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Card has done an excellent job of developing believable characters in a compelling story.
Not exactly bad, but it's a pretty slow read and just when it seems something interesting is about to happen the book ends with a cliff hanger.
The result is a little bit unsettling, and since this is the first of a series, the ending leaves more than just a little to be resolved.
I read his enders books. This is a different genre but still with similar twist and turns. Definitely a recommend fro me.Published 17 days ago by C. Nadgouda
I strongly recommend this book to people who 1) know nothing about the Mormon or Christian biblical texts, or 2) greatly enjoy the Christian or Mormon biblical texts. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jubal Harshaw
The first I realized right off the bat was that this book was a retelling of the "Book of Mormon." Not the entertaining (and not-so-accurate) musical, but the actual book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mel-o-rama
Didn't like it characters were shallow and the plot and storyline were dull.....will not read remaining series loved some of his other stuffPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
This author blows my mind - how can such a prolific writer still be able to get my attention and develop new possibilities? Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I only decided to read the first part of this novel because I've enjoyed so many of Orson Scott Card's other books. Read morePublished 7 months ago by CF
The shortest complete story was written by Hemingway when he stated "baby shoes for sale, never used." Delivered as stated - I buy all of my printing at nuenvelope.comPublished 8 months ago by Raymond P. Rose
Somehow, I don't remember this having such religious overtones the last time I read it.
Nafai is the youngest son of the Wetchik, living in Basilica on the planet Harmony. Read more