Ender's Game Ultimate Collection (2012)
Ender's Game Ultimate Collection (2012)
4.2 of 5 Votes: 4
0785163379 (ISBN13: 9780785163374)
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Ender Wiggin is the third child in his family. Ender is now selected by international military forces to save the world from destruction. Peter hates his brother Ender. The same is true of Ender's schoolmates, Ender is know like a bully but not for a long time he protects himself from other kids in his school. Valentine every time tries to protect Ender from Peter. Peter defends Ender only when Colonel Graff of the International Fleet comes to take Ender away to Battle School. Ender then leaves behind Valentine his sister, who loves him a lot, in order that Ender helps save the world from the buggers. Battle School is located on a ship very far from earth. On the flight there Ender demonstrates his ability to brilliantly visualize gravitational effects. Ender lives with the new recruits, called the Launchies. He makes a few friends. Inside the battle room, Ender figures out how to control gravity, along with another recruit named Alai. Ender and Alai become friends, and this helps Ender fit in with the rest of the group. Ender manages to get farther in one of the computer games, called the mind game, than anyone ever had before him, and although he does not know, the military commanders take notice.I would recommend this book called “Ender’s Game” to middle school boys and 5th grade that like reading about action books. First, I would recommend it to them because it is interesting and shows many parts were action takes place. Second, they will teach a lesson that we don’t have to stay a bully and defend our selves like Ender did. As one can see, “ Enders Game” is considered a very exiting because of its lessons and excitement in the story. Not as good as the book, but still good. I'm kind of curious to know what someone who's never read the book or seen the movie thinks of this. There are parts of this that don't get much explanation that are clearer in the book, but it certainly hits all the high points. The artwork is decent, though it does get a little grainy in spots. Not sure if that's the printing or the original artwork, but I suspect the latter. I'm guessing this was done digitally and the pixelation comes from zooming in for a closeup without smoothing things out. Maybe. I'm no artist so what do I know? Anyway, this is a decent, if unspectacular, adaptation of an excellent book.
This was a good visual for Ender's Game. It helped me get some pictures about what was going on.
It was amazing, just that there are some language....I would not recommend it.
I'm not sure I could've followed this had I not already read the novel.
Great story, very emotional. All the twists kept me very interested
It followed the correct time line!!!
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