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    Posted: October/02/2008 at 12:50am
I've been looking forward to this read. It's my first Card book and even though I've only made it to page 11, it's amazing!
Kids can be so cruel. I can't wait to read more of Ender.
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It's my first Card book also and I left off yesterday at page 11, LOL! I really didn't expect the first couple chapters to come off so dark, especially so quickly.

It looks like a great read!
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Awesome! The best has yet to come. Oh boy are you all in for some very interesting surprises. This book is one of those few books that are pure literature, where every single sentence contributes to the whole (character development, theme, plot).
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Well, I'm looking forward to evaluating what has generated all the HYPE!
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You'll like it Gene, it really transcends the genre like most of Koontz's books and that Orwell book about that year.

Patti- Thought I'd let you know that I loved Olympos by Simmons. Read it over the past 1.5 months. It took too long to get to the answers, but was a nice ride anyways.
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