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I'll never finish the series and have put the books into my 'Yard Sale' box of books I never want to read again.
There are a bunch of useless characters and useless events, this book could easily be condensed to around 200 pages and be much better than it is now.
An incredible cast of characters, a great plot, plenty of crazy twists and turns, and dialect that brings it all to life.
This is my favorite series from Orson Scott Card. I love the book Ender's Game the most of all of this books, but this entire series is impressive. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dawn
This second book of the series tells the story of what comes next. Nafai and his brothers must go back to their old city and bring back wives for their upcoming journey. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mel-o-rama
While I'm still not as caught up in this novel as I was in so many the others by OSC, it's still a unique and intriguing storyline, so on I go to the next volume.Published 5 months ago by ShopSis
Nafai and his family have been prepared by the Oversoul to make the long journey back to earth, but first they need to clear up a few things in Basilica. Read morePublished 7 months ago by E. S. Charpentier
Card is one of my favorite story tellers. This is a slow one, although fascinating premise, it doesn't flow like most of his other work.Published 12 months ago by JBS
Card's novels and series encompass a wide variety of settings, times, and characters. But there is a constant thread of the good/pure/creative vs the evil/misguided/destructive... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kyle Wallace
Just fantastic I intend to buy all of his works as I find him a good comparison to Issac AsimovPublished 15 months ago by Grant Robinson
Mankind fled the Earth after finally destroying it with their weapons of mass destruction. The few humans left after the holocaust, vowed never to let their species develop the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Steven Brandt @ Audiobook-Heaven
Not that I want to wax philosophical or anything like unto it. Yet, I can't escape the feeling that Card has brought living scriptures of a religious nature into a world of... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Geoff Pace