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Ender's Game Complete Series Books. The Ender’s Game Book is a military science fiction that depicts a life of a boy- genius named Ender who is trained to become a general and defend the earth from the next wave of an alien attack. Trained to be a soldier for such a young age, he battles personal difficulties like fear and is forced to think maturely being locked down and isolated. Orson Scott Card, the author of this Ender’s Game has made a great novel both for sci- fi and non sci- fi fans. You can get the whole series of the Ender’s Game Books in pdf format for the following titles : Ender’s Game, Children of the Mind, Ender’s Shadow, Shadow of the Giant, Shadow of the Hegemon, Shadow Puppets, Speaker of the Dead, and Xenocide. All of the Ender’s Game PDF Book Series are available for download at http: //www.

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Readers’ Review. Whenever I talk about this book, it’s hard not to make it sound like I am a science fiction junkie. I love and defend sci- fi, but I am not limited to the genre. Neither, I think, is this magnificent book.

To label it simply a sci- fi classic would be like labeling “Moby Dick” a great book about boats. All great books, regardless of the genre, say something truly profound about the human condition.“Ender’s Game” not only manages to have a strong message, but it is also a joy to read. The plot is enthralling, the characters are complex and realistic, and the descriptions of the battleroom fill your head with fantastic images that make you wish your school had been like this, without the burden of saving humanity. The subplot involving Valentine and Peter is superb and cannot fail to inflame every reader’s megalomaniacal side. Though the book is about children, it never condescends and gives kids the credit for the intelligent creatures they are (a big plus for teenage readers). The characters are exceptionally bright, but they are still identified as five- to twelve- year olds, not as mini- adults. It’s no wonder that so many gifted young readers have made the statement, “I am Ender.” I hope “Ender’s Game” is able to make the rare crossover from lowly sci- fi to recognized, so- called “legitimate” literature.– Anonymous Reader.

What’s really unique about this story is that Ender is forced to grow up so quickly by the “adults.” The teachers of the school and high government officials all have one thought in their minds. Sock Monkey Stuff For Adults. And that is to eliminate the alien threat at all costs.

Even if it means sacrificing the health and sanity of a child. Ender is subjected to so much isolation and abuse throughout the story, that I felt really bad for him. He has to learn to think like an adult through the eyes of a child. His biggest fear is becoming like his brother Peter (who, in Ender’s eyes, is a cold blooded killer — keep in mind that we’re talking about the thoughts of a child who hasn’t even reached puberty) is slowly becoming a self- fulfilling prophecy as he matures. The ending of this story is just amazing. I will not give it away! I recommended this book to a 1.

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Now I’m thinking twice about my recommendation. Although this book’s main characters are children and centers around the premise that child geniuses will save the world, there are a lot of adult themes and references to ancient history that probably only an adult would appreciate.

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I believe references to the Warsaw Pact, the League of Nations, Locke and Demosthenes will confuse the younger readers. Also the themes of murder, deception, isolation, rules of engagement in battle might be viewed as inappropriate by parents for their kids. With this in mind, I urge the reader to consider the maturity of the intended audience before recommending this book even though this is a terrific story.– Alvin Tanhehco. I’m sure when it happened. Maybe it started as far back as when Jules Verne and H. G. Wells first began reflecting our society through the mirror of alien worlds, but at some point in the last century a surprising trend became evident: The most brilliant minds in the literary universe were writing science fiction.

No book emphasizes this point more then Orson Scott Card’s “Ender’s Game”, one of the most chokingly powerful books I have ever read (and as a librarian, I’ve read quite a few).“Ender” is comparatively underread, though, because its story of one boy’s redemption in the face of unspeakable crimes is disguised as a rollicking space- story. So if you are one of those people who as a rule stick to just one genre (or as a buddy of mine told me the other day: “I’ll read anything but science fiction”) please, PLEASE don’t let that stop you from reading this incredible book. And if you do give it a chance, please don’t read anything further about the plot; the full impact of Scott’s genius is best felt with no prior preperation (that’s why I haven’t given a plot summerary). When he finally pulls all the threads of the story together, you’ll feel like you’ve just slammed into a brick wall.– Codemaster Talon.

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The Ultimate List of Rock Star Romance Books. Summer Employment For Adults. Here it is!! I’m hoping to make this THE biggest rock star book list ever (whether they be big time famous stars, or the hottest up and comer), they are here!

November 2. 9th 2. Thanks for the help, Lucy. Lou & Kim!!! You both are my rock stars!!).

Everything I (we) could find, everything that has been recommended, (not just the ones that I’ve read, but I have marked the ones I’ve read & reviewed). Since so many of us LOVE rock star romance books, I thought I’d gather them all into one list, and let you guys have at ‘em. Pretty much, this is my Amazon “Wish List” that I’ve built over the last couple of years. One request. If you read something AH- MAAAZING from the list, please email me and let me know (or leave a comment), so I can move it up my own TBR list, read it and review it! This is a work in constant progress. Know of one that’s not on this list? Let me know, and I will add it.

Note: These are sorted by alphabetical order (author’s last name). They are not sorted by rating, or preference or review rank or anything like that, since I haven’t read the majority of them… (oh and a couple might be “country stars” but they’re famous, and sexy and you know… that’s fun too!)Let’s rock this! Rockstar by Lexi Adair < — (my review)The Songwriter by Brooke Adams < — short.

Dangerously Close (Adrenaline Highs) by Dee J. Adams. Rock Star by Lara Adams. Blindsided (With the Band) by Sayer Adams < — (my review)Orpheus Ascending by Kathleen S. Allen. Lost in Your Time by Elle Amberley. THE ROCK STAR’S SECRET WIFE by Rebecca Ambrosegive & receive: an erotic romance novella by Alisa Anderson. Once Upon a Secret (Five Star Romance) by Catherine Andorka.

Thunder Struck Hero – What’s the voice of a dead rock star doing inside Max’s head? Babs Annsetti. The Ballad Untold by Mandy Anstine. Moving Neutral by Katy Atlas. Moving In Reverse (Moving Neutral, Book Two) < —Book 2 JUST RELEASED!! Homeward Bound by Kat Attalla. Sheet Music by Tibby Armstrong. Primal Song (Cajun Heat, Book One) by Danica Avet.

Strings Attached by Mandy Baggot. Wanted: One Groom by Pat Ballard. The Song Remains by Karla Bearse. Front Man by Adora Bell. Black Wolf: Lakota Man by Magnolia Belle. SPOTLIGHT by Carole Bellacera.

See You At The Show by Michelle Betham. My Misery Muse by Brie Betzold. The Kiss Off by Sarah Billington. Rock ‘n’ Rolled (A Romantic Short Story) (Angel Romance) by Angela Black < — super short. Forever 2. 7: A Novelette (The 2. Club Series) by Danielle Blanchard < — super short. What the Librarian Did (Harlequin Super Romance) by Karina Bliss.

Love My Way by Karen Booth. Kiss and Tell by Loretta Brabant. Dream In Color by Sarah J.

Bradley. To Love A Rock Star – Book 1 by Nicole Braxx < — super short. Coming Home (Jackson Falls Series) by Laurie Breton.

Broken Strings (Broken Strings Trilogy) by Jo Briggs –> expected release February 2. Gravity (Broken Strings Trilogy) —> by Jo Briggs –> expected release April 2. Sacrifice  (Broken Strings Trilogy) —> by Jo Briggs –> expected release October 2. Under His Skin by Sidney Bristol.

The Rocker That Holds Me (The Rocker…) by Terri Anne Browning. The Rocker That Savors Me (The Rocker…) by Terri Anne Browning. The Rocker That Needs Me (The Rocker…) by Terri Anne Browning.

Falling Star (Earth Scents) by Olivia Brynn < — (my review)The Road to L. A. by Gina Buchanan. Fighting Faith by Brandie Buckwine < — short.

Sound Bites: A Rock & Roll Love Story by Rachel K Burke  < —(my review)My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea Cameron < —- frequently recommended… (college bad- boy guitar player)Love Song by S. L. Carpenter. Ruby Tuesday (Wild Irish, Book Two) by Mari Carr.

Mind Rider by Jane Carver. Devil’s Heart by Jax Cassidy.

Untitled by Jackie Chanel. Icy Temptation by Marisa Chenery. The Hand of Fate (Jukebox Heroes Book One) by LB Clarke. Call Out (Jukebox Heroes – Book Two) by LB Clarke. Everything You Are (Jukebox Heroes – Book Three) by LB Clarke. Crooked Fang by Carrie Clevenger. Falling Hard (Warring Angels) by J.

K. Coi. Convincing Quinn (Rock Hard, Book One) by Chloe Cole. Breaking Beau (Rock Hard, Book Two) by Chloe Cole. Taming Tai (Rock Hard, Book Three) by Chloe Cole. Rock Star Groupie by Rosanna Cole. Love This Pain by Presley Collins. The Rock Star’s Sheriff (Parson Corners) by Patti Ann Colt.

Sunfire (Pure Wildfire, Book One) by Lynne Connolly. Icefire (Pure Wildfire, Book Two) by Lynne Connolly. Moonfire (Pure Wildfire, Book Three) by Lynne Connolly. Thunderfire (Pure Wildfire, Book Four) by Lynne Connolly. Rock Charisma by Joan P. Cooley < — (my review)Fury by Tammy Coons & Michelle Pace.

Love’s Rhythm by Lexxie Couper < —- frequently recommended… I must read this! Piece of Me by Cadence Coursey. Secret Bodyguard by Lori Crawford. Punk Rox Warrior (Siren Publishing Classic) by Rachel Cron.

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