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Ender's Game (Ender's Saga, #1)

Once Again, Earth is under attack. An alien species is poised for a front assault. The survival of humanity depends on a military genius who can defeat the aliens.

But who?

Ender Wiggin. Brilliant. Ruthless. Cunning. A tactical and strategic master. And a child.

Recruited for military training by the world government, Ender’s childhood ends the moment he enters his new home:


But who?

Ender Wiggin. Brilliant. Ruthless. Cunning. A tactical and strategic master. And a child.

Recruited for military training by the world government, Ender’s childhood ends the moment he enters his new home: Battle School. Among the elite recruits Ender proves himself to be a genius among geniuses. In simulated war games he excels. But is the pressure and loneliness taking its toll on Ender? Simulations are one thing. How will Ender perform in real combat conditions? After all, Battle School is just a game.

Right?


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    Ruchita

    Oct 01, 2011

    rated it
    did not like it

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    review of another edition

    Shelves:
    fiction,
    sci-fi

    [I have a new website where I review awesome books & more! http://unlearner.com]

    I wanted to like Ender’s Game. I really did. It’s a wonder that even after more than halfway into the book, I still clung on to the foolishly optimistic notion that the book would somehow redeem itself. That it would end up justifying the tedious, repetitive, drearily dull chapters I trundled through over the course of several days (which is unusual, since I’m generally a fast reader).

    It pains me to say it, as a

    I wanted to like Ender’s Game. I really did. It’s a wonder that even after more than halfway into the book, I still clung on to the foolishly optimistic notion that the book would somehow redeem itself. That it would end up justifying the tedious, repetitive, drearily dull chapters I trundled through over the course of several days (which is unusual, since I’m generally a fast reader).

    It pains me to say it, as a hardcore fangirl of science fiction, that one of sci-fi’s most beloved and highly regarded novels did not do it for me. Actually, that is understating it. While I’m at it, I’ll just duck and blurt it out: I loathed Ender’s Game.

    Deep breaths. Let that sink in. Let the hate flow through you. Good, strike me down…I am unarmed.

    Okay. Now let’s get to it.

    Was it because the expectations I had in my mind were unreasonably high and thus were responsible for ruining the book for me? No way. I make no bones about the fact that Ender’s Game, regardless of the respect and popularity it commands in sci-fi circles, is an inherently bad novel.

    Why, though, you might ask. Why such vitriol for the book? Here you are, then.

    1) Bad plotting: It didn’t take me long to realise that after I was past Ender’s arrival at the Battle School, every – literally every chapter thereon until his return to Earth – was more or less the same thing. Battle games, beating the shit out of kids, battle games, switching back and forth to Armies, battle games. It was so repetitive that I was exhausted at the end of every.single.chapter. Page after page after page of six year old, seven year old, eight year old Ender and his buddies zooming about in ships trying to freeze one another’s socks off. Wheeee!

    2) Lack of characterisation: There are no personalities. There are no motivations. You never learn anything about the characters except that they are the good guys or the bad guys. Ender is brilliant at everything. He NEVER loses. Not once. Bernard, Stilson and Co. are the bad guys. They’re evil baddies cause dey r jealuz of ender’s brilliance omg!!! That’s it. No background, no depth, no internal conflicts. No motivation. Words cannot express how two-dimensional and woefully lacking in personality the characters are.

    3) Demosthenes and Locke. What the heck was that all about? I appreciate Card’s prescience about the ‘Nets’ and blogging before it was around, but come on, this is pushing it a bit too far. How, I beg you, how are we supposed to take the idea that a pair of kids end up taking the world by posting in online forums and blogging?

    As if we people of the internet didn’t have enough delusions of grandeur already. 😉

    4) Now, this really gets my goat:I had to wait for the last 20 pages to get information that was of any worth to the story at all. I’m talking about Mazer’s Rackham explaning (view spoiler) to Ender. As for the ‘twist ending’: I honestly, and I mean, honestly did not find that riveting. It was predictable and, worse, did not justify all that I had to read to make my way to the end.

    5)Also: It was hard to feel for Ender. I say this as a high-school nerd in my own day, as the reviled and hated and made-fun-of socially awkward kid who wanted to be good at whatever they did. But that doesn’t make me any more sympathetic to Ender. Honestly, I fail to see what’s so great about Ender anyway. I am so infuriated at Card for this. Apart from Ender’s claim to intelligence (which is never completely explained, by the way) there is nothing, NOTHING, that is worth justifying him as the protagonist of one of scifi’s supposedly best books ever. Yes, he loves his sister Valentine. Yes, he doesn’t want to hurt people. Yes, he goes ahead and does it anyway. Again and again. (view spoiler)

    I am rarely so caustic about the books I read, but this time I feel I am justified in doing so. I had such hopes for this book. Not impossibly high or anything. At the very least, I had expected to like it, you know? I remember, as I worked my way past chapters 4,5,7,10,14…I expected it to get better. I expected myself to be mistaken at the initial dissatisfaction, then incredulity, then mild annoyance and then a string of sad sighs and resignation to dislike. Alas, I wasn’t mistaken. I felt betrayed. I thought this book was right up there with those ‘kindred ones’, you know? The sort of books you can come back to again and again. Instead, what I got was a bad plotline, progressively unrealistic plot developments, and a cast of flat, lifeless, unpleasant characters to boot. Ender’s Game, how I wish I had loved you. Why did you forsake me thus.
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