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I am not sure if I wanted the story to continue or if I was just disappointed that it had come to an abrupt end.
These questions are overshadowed by the bigger exploration of the nature of good and evil as reflected by human actions to preserve or destroy innocent lives.
One-dimensional characters, horrific pacing, lack of action, and an absurd amount of preaching make this a book to avoid.
I have been reading Orson Scott Card since the mid-80's and have read over 30 of his books. I really think that the Empire series has been a letdown from his previous work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Crispien
Orson Scott Card is my all-time favorite writer. He usually does sci-fi, but this political suspense novel is great. His insight into the human nature is always right on.Published 5 months ago by Christopher Masters
"Hidden Empire" is not, perhaps, Card's best work, but it is none the less a great read for that. The "left vs. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Afalstein
I've read many Card books for years, and I really liked Empire, so I was happy to find there was a sequel. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Eilman
Great book by a great author. i hope he continues on this particular franchise... as well as finishes a couple others :PPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is a good enough story. I, personally, was disappointed in how it ended. I really just expected something different.Published 7 months ago by Diana Millsap
One very prominent theme in this book is self-sacrifice. An African boy, Chimna, who catches a disease from some monkeys, and is the first carrier of a... Read more
On very OSC book I have on my kindle (about 10-15) all of them I have loved but just about every book has the same review, "It was Orson Scott Cards worst book ever! Read morePublished 10 months ago by picklous
I love all of these Orson Scott Card Books all of his books are a great read. thank you very much!Published 11 months ago by Timothy E. Winsley