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Earth Afire [Format Kindle]

Orson Scott Card , Aaron Johnston
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One hundred years before Ender's Game, the aliens arrived on Earth with fire and death. This is the story of the First Formic War.

Victor Delgado beat the alien ship to Earth, but just barely. Not soon enough to convince skeptical governments that there was a threat. They didn't believe that until space stations and ships and colonies went up in sudden flame.

And when that happened, only Mazer Rackham and the Mobile Operations Police could move fast enough to meet the threat.
Fans of Ender's Game will thrill to Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston's Earth Afire.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1432 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 400 pages
  • Editeur : Tor Books (4 juin 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00ANI6YG8
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Card has gone a bit too far with his standard formula :super boy genius triumphs over stupid adults. The characterisations are weaker this time and less credible. And the story-line even less likely than usual. The few super genius adults constantly defy their orders and go off to do their own thing, one has to wonder what sort of military one would have were all the units to do the same thing! And in the middle of their successful raids to kill the aliens, they keep interrupting their actions to help civilians. All very sweet but far more lives would be saved by continuing to kick ass.... Fortunately Mr. Card is a great writer and not a military strategist. It seems the profitable Ender series is being rapidly milked for all it is worth in anticipation of the movie release. An enjoyable read and probably just the ticket for any dedicated OSC fans but I won't be buying the next book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Better then "Earth Unaware" 13 juin 2013
Par Jb - Publié sur Amazon.com
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While it isn't as great as "Ender's Game", it is a welcome addition to the Ender's universe. While it shares alot with the other Ender's Series, it is definitely different. It is also better then "Earth Unaware", as I found it held my attention more.

However, just like the previous book, "Earth Unaware", be warned, that this isn't a "Feel Good" book. It is also a "Darker" book. There is alot of sadness since it addresses the "Bugger Wars" from Ender's game. With war comes death, misery and sadness. Additionally, as mentioned by the author, this is the second of three books, and it ends with nothing really resolved. It's like part two of a three part, season ending TV episode, only we have no idea when part 3 will come out. I would have given this book a 5 star had it not left off in such a way, as I hate that. I would almost have preferred to wait until all three Books were released, and then read all three.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Excellent Book 5 juin 2013
Par jkcook - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the middle book of the prequel trilogy to Ender's Game. It is a great read, not the typical padder between books, but it keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the book. It also really develops the characters and sets things up for the final book. Now, the big question is, how long until the third book is released??
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Card is no longer the author I once loved. 27 janvier 2014
Par Gregory L. Mcfall - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't worry about the social issues surround Card. My favorite author is Dickens, and he was a terrible antisemitic. What I find important here is that the writing is simply not good. Card's choice to have another writer do most of this heavy lifting of writing the Ender prequels is evident and while I will probably be suckered into buying the next novel out of desire to know the rest of the story, I feel the need to make known my displeasure with the state of the series in hope that the next novel will be more well written.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A descent into cheap serialization 18 janvier 2014
Par Mark Carberry - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Look, I love OSC and have been snapping up all/any "Ender-related" material for 15+ years. The story elements of the pre-Ender first formic war of Earth Afire (1) are all here and this version is a reasonable continuation. There are even hints dropped here and there about themes, philosophy and other elements from the Ender saga, e.g., Mazer "wonders" if children could be better warriors than adults....

However, the big hint is expressed in the title "Earth Afire : 2". OK, the good news is the implication that further books will follow with more story about the First War. The BAD news, and it is the first time THIS trick has been used, is that EA:2 ends abruptly, right in the middle of an impending action germane to the EA:2 entire storyline. Previously, OSC resolved plot points in every book, then started anew with any sequels. This book has reverted to the cheap TV-like "Cliffhanger", except we don't get some resolution Next Week, we now have to wait Months for EA:3 (June 2014, I believe).

Yes, I am still hooked and will continue to read, but I am NOT HAPPY about the cheap tricks.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 This is not one story, but seven. 17 novembre 2013
Par Bro. Sean - Publié sur Amazon.com
I thought this was going to be a story about the Formic invasion of Earth. Instead, it is seven different stories following seven different groups of characters, while the Formic invasion takes a back seat. Every time one of the character's stories starts to get interesting the chapter ends and you move on to a different character, knowing you probably have to wait four or five chapters to find out what's going to happen with that character. It became extremely annoying really fast.

I even skipped a whole chapter because it was following the surviving women of El Cavador who are still way out in the solar system, nowhere near the Formics, and therefore irrelevant to the plot. The book would have been much more exciting if it had a consistent plot centered around the Formic invasion with a minimum of characters. The individual characters and all the little subplots are well done in themselves, but the overall effect of writing a book this way is to make it seem like a set of barely connected short stories packed between two covers rather than a unified novel. I'm surprised the publishers let Aaron Johnston get away with this. If you love the Enderverse like me, you can make it through this book, but you will probably be annoyed along the way.
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