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ENDER'S SHADOW

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Manfully resisting the temptation to rewrite his successful 1985 child-warrior saga, Ender's Game, Card instead offers a parallel yarn, told from the point of view of Ender Wiggin's lieutenant, Bean. As a two-year-old starving on the streets of Rotterdam, supergenius Bean survives by civilizing the merciless street gangs and bullies around him, but he can—t prevent his greatest enemy, Achilles ... Read full review

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Excellent
The ending made me feels warm inside

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The best
I can really relate with bean. Much more so than Ender. Ender was always the victim. Bean? Bean made something of himself. Bean pushed his limits and never complained. This is an amazing
story, told by an amazing author. Gotta love reading on a nexus 7, galaxy s ll, or even in chrome. Thank you google, for letting me experience this story once again. 

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Good read
Love this book

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this is one of the best books i have ever read. no it is the best book. i keep reading all the other books, and none of them are as good as this, not even the other Shadows.

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this book one of the best books i have red

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An amazing companion to enders game, it provides a new personality to one of the best stories of today

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I'll admit I'm a bit biased as I was a huge fan of the Ender Series. This series relives much of the tale, but from a completely different view point (of Bean) and I think it makes for a much more compelling tale.

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I loved this book.

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This is a really really good book

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