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The ending wasn't satisfying, it sort of left you hanging, like there was no conclusion...
I think this could have been a very good book if Card had taken the time to develop the plot and the other characters.
I like his writings for their readability, and my life story bears many resemblances to his.
Stupid ratings system for books i already own just so I can get recommendations for books. And it has to be soooo many words before it will let you post. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gregory H Wilson
If you're a fan of Card's, and you haven't read this yet, do it. It smacks a bit of some of his other books, but it's original enough to be quite enjoyable. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Liquid_Peppermint
I just love Card's character development. He's placed some really interesting characters into another intriguing science fiction scenario and it makes for a great read.Published 21 months ago by Mandi
I love all of these Orson Scott Card Books all of his books are a great read. thank you very much!Published 21 months ago by Timothy E. Winsley
This book was fascinating, exciting, and contemplative all at the same time. The main character, Patience, is determined and smart; I liked seeing her mind think and her body fight... Read morePublished 22 months ago by HanakoGal
I've been reading his books for 10years and they are all great. Pastwatch is my favorite. I would recommend him to anyone.Published 22 months ago by babs
This was a very good book. It was written in the typical Orson Scott Card manner, engaging from the first few pages to the last. Read morePublished on October 4, 2012 by Tim Miller
I am an (almost) life-long reader of science fiction. My comments here are about the audio book; perhaps the book would work better in written form (but I doubt it). Read morePublished on August 11, 2012 by Corwin
Patience is the rightful Heptarch (ruler) of Imakulata. She is the seventh of the seventh of the seventh of rulers, and has been prophesied that she will either destroy or save all... Read morePublished on November 12, 2010 by Jona Cannon