Ender’s Game Audiobook is a character-driven, deeply emotional and brilliantly intellectual book is authored by Orson Scott Card. It is preceded by Cheater and followed by Speaker for the dead with a page count of 324 pages. Ender`s game was originally published on 15th January 1985 and a second time it was published on 15th July 1994 by Mass Market Paperback. The story won Hugo Award in 1986 and Nebula Award in 1985. The story features an old-fashioned sci-fi.
Ender’s Game Audiobook – Novel Review And Details:
With the advent of latest technology, the book characters, story and plot seems very old. It was written years before and does not target children but was loved by mature. Ender`s game features military fiction and earth was attacked by aliens two times and people were assured that soon Earth will be attacked 3rd time. Kids of age 6 were given training to battle in the form of games. Ender Wiggins is the main character who is compassionate and brilliant. He was manipulated to wipe out aliens from the earth by utilizing his skills to save the world.
Ender’s Game Audiobook is an emotional and gripping sci-fi story which attracts grown-ups as well as teenagers. Violence mentioned in the story is brutal because kids are killing other youngsters while the main character is famous for his ruthlessness and violence. However, the main character is also disturbed because of constant bullying which gets troubling and intense as the story progresses. Thus, a conclusion is shocking and definitely outrageous. Parents mentioned violence very disturbing, especially for kids.
Ender`s Game is adapted as movie in 2013 by Summit Entertainment.
About Author (Orson Scott Card):
Orson Scott Card is an American critic, novelist, and columnist born on 24th August 1951. His writing is loved by younger and mature readers and is popular in schools as well. He is famous for writing contemporary fantasy, science fiction, and even biblical novels. He is able to present good echo by yelling writing his heart out.