A report on the book enders game by orson scott card

On the new planet Ender finds an area that he realizes looks just like the mind game and he realizes that the buggers had prepared for his coming—they had looked into his mind and knew he would defeat them.

All the boys and girls at Battle School behave differently. It is also gripping and exciting, and the reader never knows what will happen next.

Ender is abruptly promoted to Salamander Army. Ender manages to get farther in one of the computer games, called the mind game, than anyone ever had before him, and although he does not know, the military commanders take notice. Thanks to this Card is the only author to win both top US prizes of Science Fiction in consecutive years.

The language is moderately strong, but also somewhat complex for younger readers. So much is unknown in the book; slowly everything is explained, as you constantly gather more information about the situation. Ender was a young genius who was a third child or third in a time when having more than two children was considered bad.

At the same time they needed him to think it was a game in order to be able to win with such great loss of life. Peter has unlimited ambition, and he is intelligent enough to try to manipulate world events. Only gradually does the reader come to understand who the narrator is.

As the story progresses the setting moves to the planet Eros which is where he will be fighting the Buggers thinking he is just in a simulation but he is really fighting the Buggers.

Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card - review

Ender is brave, determined, but whether he is kind or mean changes as he progresses through Battle School. Ender is then transferred out of Battle School to Command School. Ender changed from innocent and trusting into a hardened and semi-emotionless machine by the end of the story.

Colonel Graff comes to visit Valentine and has her write Ender a letter. If he was assigned the mission to kill someone, he might as well have done it. Table of Contents Summary Ender Wiggin, the third in a family of child geniuses, is selected by international military forces to save the world from destruction.

Dink is an excellent toon leader, and Ender does well in battles. Overall, I would recommend this book to readers because of its excitement, meaning and unpredictability. One theme that I noticed throughout the novel is how something small can represent something so big like the game that they played in Battle School was a simple game but it was everything they had so it meant so much to them.

Disguised on the information networks they soon begin to exert an influence. Graff takes Ender to Eros, the planet that holds the International Fleet command, and there Ender is introduced to Mazer Rackham, the hero of the second bugger invasion, who saved mankind.

The novel tells the story of a young boy, Ender Wiggin, who is sent to a training academy named Battle School, located in orbit above the Earth, built to train people to become soldiers that will one day battle against a vast alien race known as "Buggers".

Ender gets into a fight and he hurts four older boys who attack him. Each toon of his army acts as an independent unit, and this revolutionizes battleroom strategy. Bonzo is humiliated when Ender beats him. On the opposite side, Peter is less friendly.

At the beginning, the reader has no clue about who is narrating; at one time I suspected it being the Buggers, which can be quite chilling, as the unknown narrator knows everything about Ender. The army commander, Bonzo Madrid, does not like Ender and does not want him around. Battle School is located on a ship far from earth.

Ender and Alai become friends, and this helps Ender fit in with the rest of the group. All of these people have different personalities.

Ender begins having strange dreams about the buggers. Some are friendly, some are unfriendly. Ender practices with Petra and begins to teach his launch group what he knows.

Ender lives with the new recruits, called Launchies. Themes of the book are love, hate, prejudice Ender is socially excluded for some time in Battle Schoolstrength and courage. Ender decides to make it his mission to find a place for the buggers to live. The smallest one, Bean, is very bright and precocious, much like Ender was, and Bean proves his mettle in practice sessions.

He finds a queen pupa, left behind for him to find a place for the buggers to live again.Ender's Game (written in ) is a science fiction novel written by the American author Orson Scott Card.

The book came from the short story with the same. Enders Game by Orson Scott Card Book Report By Arman Rahimzadeh Setting Enders Game takes place in the Future. It basically has what we have right now, but since it was published inthis is how they thought the future going to be.

Ender’s Game Book Report

Essay Ender's Game Book Report Words | 4 Pages. Born To Lead In the novel Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, the main character Ender is put up against one of the toughest challenges on his life. He becomes aware of his challenge when he becomes a little older, yet before that, little did he know that he will have to save the world.

ENDER'S GAME by Orson Scott Card Chapter 1 -- Third "I've watched through his eyes, I've listened through his ears, and tell you he's the one. Or at least as close as we're going to get." "That's what you said about the brother." "The brother tested out impossible.

For other reasons. Nothing to do with his ability." "Same with the sister. Ender manages to get farther in one of the computer games, called the mind game, than anyone ever had before him, and although he does not know, the military commanders take notice. Ender is abruptly promoted to Salamander Army.

Preeminent science fiction and fantasy author, Orson Scott Card won both the Hugo and Nebula awards for best novel for Ender’s Game and Ender’s Game: Speaker for the Dead, his best known novels.

Published inEnder’s Game by Orson Scott Card is a military science fiction set in a future time.

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