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The Beginning of My Trek Through Science Fiction

I was never a big sci-fi guy. My hobbies have always gravitated towards sports and music, but also computers and technology. Which is why it’s so strange that science fiction never played a prominent role in my childhood or adolescence. 518 more words


Here's the thing about the Ender's Game series

Last year I read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and I was like, “This is fun!” Also last year I watched Ender’s Game on Netflix (Bless Netflix) and I was like, “This is awesome and I’m hooked and I want to read this book!” So this year I decided to read more Sci Fi. 921 more words


When I


“In the moment when I truly understand my enemy,

understand him well enough to defeat him,

then in that very moment I also love him. 43 more words


Ender's Game

Here’s a book that actually got a movie (and is often touted as a sci-fi classic), but still doesn’t have a very strong fandom. There are many reasons why adult geeks are less than likely to proclaim themselves avid fans of Orson Scott Card’s most famous novel,  622 more words

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Review of: Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card

Reviewed by: Caleb

Who will defend the Earth?  In Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card, Buggers, a buglike alien species, have almost eradicated the human species twice.   272 more words


When Children Play at War: A Review of Ender's Game


As the Dragonlance Novels pushed me into the vast worlds of fantasy, it was Ender’s Game that really introduced me to the wonders that Science Fiction could hold. 735 more words


Child Soldiers

This is an issue that I have done a lot of research on, in part because I address it in my novel (the one I hope to get published in a year or two), but also because I have long been a advocate for children’s rights. 1,419 more words

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