I just finished listening to the audiobook of Ender's Game. What can I say about Ender's Game that hasn't already been said? I enjoyed it a lot. I think it says something about me that I would have LOVED being in Battle School at that age. Hell, I think I'd love being in Battle School now. I didn't like the whole thing with Peter and Valentine at first, but once they got into the whole Demosthenes and Locke thing I was sold on it.

Also, I want to name my son Andrew and call him Ender. Is that wrong?

I'm really glad I listened to the audiobook on this one because there's a part at the end where Orson Scott Card talks about how he came up with the idea and the process, and then says that the audiobook version is the way he wants people to experience Ender's Game. I was happy to have experienced it like that. It was really well done. It wasn't quite dramatized, but it had a reader's theater quality to it that was nice.

Will definitely read the comics now.
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