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As always, Orson Scott Card takes you into the story and makes it real!
The story left me feeling like "what the crap is going on?!" several times, but it never really got me involved in the characters.
The story held my attention from beginning to end, with enough twists and turns to keep me from knowing the full story.
Unusual. Since I really enjoyed Ender's Game, I thought this might be a similar type Good read. It was more like a fairy tale and a very simple read.Published 26 days ago by Cynthia Souza
Great urban spin on some classic literary figures. I'll never think of that one Shakespeare play the same way again,Published 6 months ago by Joshua A. Risher
I read this book before reading any of the reviews. Big mistake. I assumed this was simply a magical tale and didn't need any prior knowledge before reading it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joyce
Another unique and entertaining story. I am hooked on Orson Scott Card. Now I just have to decide which book to read next!?!Published 12 months ago by CF
that really want you can do is that a new phone so you have to get it from my house is that a yes you do it on Facebook is the only thing I really want me there was no I didn't get... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
As usual, Card delivers an unbelievable story in a believable way. I love the way he gets in the heads of the characters bringing them to life. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jo A.
As always, Orson Scott Card takes you into the story and makes it real! This is one of those places that you never want to leave.Published 18 months ago by AliceB
Card is such an ambitious writer - he doesn't shy away from challenges that others might more wisely decline. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Trevor Kettlewell