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This author was truly ahead of the times. I will buy more copies due to the hatred it is getting from left wingers hell bent on worshipping the state.Published 1 month ago by Marvolo R
It's hard to believe this piece of tripe was written by the same person who wrote "Ender's Game. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard F. Colarco
worst thing Orson has ever written. Complete hack job full of clichés and absurd story lines.Published 4 months ago by Nicholas Bachand
I enjoyed it as well as the sequel. Some of the plot is kind of out there, but overall it's interesting.Published 4 months ago by Dr Know
This was the book that turned me off of Orson Scott Card as a whole.
As a progressive lesbian socialist I've known for a long time that OSC considers me evil and... Read more
Empire and Hidden Empire: I think these books are nothing but the author's political and religious views with a thin veneer of fiction slapped over them. Very disappointing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joan K. Lyle