Monday, October 31, 2016

Ender's Shadow

Many thanks to the blog commenter who suggested I read Ender's was fantastic. It takes place at the same time as Ender's Game, but through the eyes of another character: Bean.

The story covers a lot of themes including inequality, politics, and morality, but more importantly it's just a good story. I particularly enjoyed the beginning, which depicted a dystopian situation resulting from a society that has no safety net.

You don't have to have read Ender's Game to understand this book, but I still recommend starting there if you're new to the series.

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