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Shadow Of The Hegemon: Book 2 of The Shadow Saga de [Card, Orson Scott]
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Longitud: 441 páginas Word Wise: Activado Tipografía mejorada: Activado
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"The characterizations are first class, and the fast-paced action features one hair-raising episode after another...."Shadow of the Hegemon "is so nicely integrated into the rest of the Ender canon that readers will be completely enthralled."--"Booklist"

"Shadow of the Hegemon is an ideal book with which to start your science fiction year."--"Rocky Mountain News"


The characterizations are first class, and the fast-paced action features one hair-raising episode after another...."Shadow of the Hegemon "is so nicely integrated into the rest of the Ender canon that readers will be completely enthralled. "Booklist"

Shadow of the Hegemon is an ideal book with which to start your science fiction year. "Rocky Mountain News""

"The characterizations are first class, and the fast-paced action features one hair-raising episode after another....Shadow of the Hegemon is so nicely integrated into the rest of the Ender canon that readers will be completely enthralled." --Booklist

"Shadow of the Hegemon is an ideal book with which to start your science fiction year." --Rocky Mountain News

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Orson Scott Card's award-winning Ender series is a genuine classic of science fiction. With ENDER'S SHADOW, the first book in the Shadow Saga, he took the series into fascinating new territory. For Ender Wiggin was not the only young recruit to be trained at Battle School.Ender Wiggin and his fellow pupils at Battle School have defeated the alien forces in an extraordinary military operation. Ender's destiny among the stars awaits him, but for his young army it is time to return to earth. One by one, however, they are disappearing. Earth faces a new danger, only this time the enemy is much closer to home.

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
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  • Longitud de impresión: 441
  • Editor: Orbit (22 de septiembre de 2011)
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Earth in Post-Formic War 17 de noviembre de 2016
Por S. Lee - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo Compra verificada
Following the aftermath of the the Formic Wars, ‘Ender’s Jeesh’ are welcomed home as venerated heroes of earth, yet it is their fame and expertise that lures an insidious manifestation of evil: Achilles (pronounced Ah-SHEEL). With a faulty, deified self-perception, Achilles emboldens nations to ethnocentric wars to fabricate the most auspicious circumstances for his hungry usurpation as ‘Ruler of the World.’ Inebriated with the desire for power, Achilles hijacks the most brilliant military minds (Ender’s Jeesh), but strikes one for death: Julian Delphiki–better known as ‘Bean.’ However, Bean’s impeccable record of narrowly escaping death remains unmitigated. And as arrogant as he may be, for most obvious reasons, Bean self-mandates himself as the only force capable of stopping Achilles, saving the world from a manic ruler, and rescuing Petra–a friend he refuses to have killed.

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good but not up to Orsen Scott Card's usually wonderfully high standards 27 de febrero de 2016
Por Barbara Allan - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo Compra verificada
I love the Ender series and adore the first book in this series Ender's Shadow. This book was good enough to read to the end, but not up to Orson Scott Card's usually wonderfully high standard of excellence. Many sequences seemed redundant and the whole book seemed more like an elaborate third draft, but not quite final release quality. What I love about much of Mr. Card's writing is that in the process of writing it, he discovers something very different that needs to be told than he originally knew and this often leads to major revisions. In the afterward of this book, he describes how one of his test readers helped him with one of these revision points. I am left with the strong feeling, however, that this book is mostly how Mr. Card originally conceived it, and it did not benefit from the types of major ephiphany in Mr. Card's writing process that has taken so many of this other books from good into sublime greatness.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A good read 19 de julio de 2017
Por charles p. foley sr. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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In its own right, it is a really good book. It's a bit of a let down from the other Ender stories though. The drive or pull to read that next word isn't there like in the previous books of the series. Still, I would say read the story it adds history to the legend of the Ender crew.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A World so possible, you might think we are heading to it. 30 de diciembre de 2014
Por David Daldegan Balduino - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Great book. Though almost dull in some rare moments, this great novel certainly made up for it with the incredible plot that manages to mix geopolitics with enough Scifi to make it feel like a true clash of future technology and ancient human impulses that still plague this fictional world. The dialogue is alos well written, so much so that you can tell a character from another just by the way they talk, something that not many authors seem capable of these days. But even with all that, I believe that it was the moral standings of this book and what it wanted to say, that truly sold it for me. The moral at the end is definetly something to think about as our own real world eerily marches in that direction.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas He does it again 26 de febrero de 2013
Por Nahagopian - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The Shadow Series is such a satisfying companion to those who have read through Ender's story (and those who haven't), and seeing the evolution of Peter as he seeks to unite the earth under one banner begins in Shadow of the Hegemon. The war is over and the Battle School children all return home but it isn't long before they find that what little chance they might have at a normal life is already gone. The tipping loyalties of kids who have fought an alien threat together plays a tight balancing game with their desire to prove earth bound nationality, culminating with an unexpected betrayal from a Battle School student. I can't say enough about the story Card weaves and this novel kicks everything off.
For those who have read the Ender Quartet, don't be surprised when you find the writing style different. The higher philosophical nature and slower story pace have been replaced with a style more reminiscent of the original Ender's Game book. That's not to say that there isn't deeper meaning, but the writing is definitely far more accessible.
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