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Xenocide (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 7 mars 2006

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Sorry to say it but this was a most disappointing read after the first two books. Ender's Game was a classic and the follow up was not bad, but this third effort really is poor. The story drags on and on though endless psycho analysis of a psychotic family - in fact a whole book full of psychotic characters, who endlessly fester and froth in their selfishness and idiotic tantrums. And finally, after wading through all this waffle, the reader is cheated of a real ending - I suppose it's to sell the next book. Well I wont be buying it.
Éven Ender becomes a weak sop, with only a bit part to play at the end, when he accidently brings his brother Peter back for a second life - the only time things start to get interesting, but then he leaves and the story ends! Very little action. Very poor. Not recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 solid read, very compelling, thought provoking 8 juin 2016
Par Anthony R. Perez - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I very much enjoyed the first 2 books in the series, but I think this one is the best so far. I found Speaker For the Dead's investigation of strange alien biologies and broken human families interesting, but it did not leave me actively wondering about its contents the way Xenocide has. There are some very fascinating exchanges about the role of reproduction in gender politics, about religion and mobs, and about the nature of life and the universe itself that I have been pondering for weeks.

High mindedness aside, the narrative itself is very compelling, and I found it difficult to set down. If I had one qualm, it would be that the chapters seemed a bit long, and there weren't good stopping points mid-chapter.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Character development is IMMENSE, and the ideas are worth reading. 9 octobre 2016
Par G. R. Blanco - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book (the whole series, actually) is philosophical. If you like to read about the nature of reality, our relationship with God and what it means to be human, this is your series.
The twists and turns will keep you reading. The pace is kind of slow, and that might be discouraging, but there's no other way to discuss some of the things this book goes over.
The character development is IMMENSE.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 big dissapointment 17 juillet 2016
Par Cliente de Amazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I loved speaker for the dead. Xenocide is garbage; the story is cheap, the conversations are unnecessarily long, dull, and very boring. I finished it just because I don't like not to finish a book I started, but this one was a waste of time.

The first half of the book is so so, on the second half when they discover how to travel faster than light the book becomes a piece of crap.​
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Xenocide review (SPOILER ALERT) 22 juillet 2016
Par RJS - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Very good book, at first when I had read the plot twists of young Val and Peter being recreated from enders mind, I wasn't sure if I liked it. It was definitely A very bold move on Orson Scott card's part, I definitely can't wait to see where he takes the story! I read this on a very long flight and it passed the time very well! I recommend reading this book!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Only a genius could write this book 27 septembre 2000
Par Vickie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Anyone reading this review needs to first understand that I am NOT a science fiction fan. The reason I first read Ender's Game was because I decided to see for myself what all the hoopla over the book was about. Although I thought the book was okay, I couldn't understand the people who said that they've read it over and over many times, and that it had profoundly affected their lives.
However, I have to say that that's exactly the way I feel about Xenocide now! The further I got into the book, the more in awe of Orson Scott Card's talent I became. I was absolutely blown away by the depth and compassion of this book, and feel that it's one of the very best books I've ever read in my 47 years -- and I read a lot of books!
I remember thinking after I read Lord of the Rings for the first time, how Tolkien had to be a genuis in order to be able to write that series. And that's the way I feel about Card now, only more so. It's not just the intricacy of the plot that I'm referring to -- it's the way he gets inside of his character's minds and hearts. I found myself thinking over and over throughout the book, "How could he have possibly written this? What kind of a person must he be in order to have done this?" Card has my highest respect, both as an author, and as a human being who truly understands other human beings.
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