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I read chapters of this book while holding my breath between pages!
Card could have done something interesting with characters, settings, and even his lame plot about 80s computers, but the end result is shockingly. . . unshocking.
Imagine that person everyone seems to know, the chatterbox: charming perhaps but a thought cannot enter her head without making its way out past the lips.
This book is a very well-written, descriptive tale of a small family struggling to adjust to a new town and all the problems that come along the way. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jenna
This book is so amazing, seriously the best book I've read in a long time. There are some very interesting themes; my favorites include the martial and parenting relationship of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kendra
I never saw it coming. I would sure read again just for that moment of OMG the son is actually... Want to no the ending you'll have to read and you wont be disappointed.Published 6 months ago by Mercedes Santos
Should be read before Piepel - because after Piepel - which is echoed by Etan Patz - very hard to digest anything else unamplified
More so than Ender's Game, this is the... Read more
It took a long time to get through this and a long time to finally get to the whole point of the book. This could easily been half as long as it was. Read morePublished 8 months ago by DW
An amazing, unique, powerful story. So, many side stories that kept it so interesting, yet I could never figure out where it was going. I definitely recommend this book.Published 8 months ago by CF
I am feeling truly devastated as I just finished reading Orson Scott Card's Lost Boys: A Novel.
It has been decades since I have been so emotionally invested in fictional... Read more