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This was the book that turned me off of Orson Scott Card as a whole.
As a progressive lesbian socialist I've known for a long time that OSC considers me evil and... Read more
Empire and Hidden Empire: I think these books are nothing but the author's political and religious views with a thin veneer of fiction slapped over them. Very disappointing. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Joan K. Lyle
Decent story line but too much lecturing. Would have been better to cut out the long winded point of view on left vs rightPublished 2 months ago by Rico
I was expecting science fiction from Orson Scott Card. Never having read any of his books before this one, I was curious about him, but since he was very well published I assumed... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary Platt
It's Card's best political novel since Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher ColumbusPastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Josiah Kirby White
No character development. Too much politics and not enough detail of what was actually going on.Published 9 months ago by Susan Tannehill
Is it irony?
I read many of the reviews, mostly the negative ones. Ultimately I chose to give this book a chance, and was handsomely rewarded for that decision! Read more