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Ender series[ edit ] Starting with Ender's Gamefive novels also known as the "Ender Quintet" have been released that tell the story of Ender.
Card first wrote Ender's Game as a novelette, but went back and expanded it into a novel so that he could use Ender in another novel, Speaker for the Dead. That novel takes place three thousand and two years after Ender's Game, although, due to relativistic space travel, Ender himself Mary robinette kowal using his full name Andrew is only 36, making him only 25 years older than he was at the end of the Formic Wars.
While the first novel concerned itself with armies and space warfare, the novels in the Speaker trilogy Speaker for the Dead and its two sequels Xenocide and Children of the Mind are more philosophical in nature.
They deal with the difficult relationship between the humans and the "Piggies" or " Pequeninos "and Andrew's Ender's attempts to stop another xenocide from happening.
A War of Gifts: An Ender Story was released in October It involves Ender's journey to the first colony and thus serves as a replacement for the last chapter of Ender's Game and as a sequel to the remainder of the novelas well as his meeting a character from the parallel Shadow saga effectively wrapping up a remaining plotline in the parallel series.
Shadow saga[ edit ] Starting with Ender's Shadowfive more novels have been released that tell the story of the people whom Ender left behind — this has been dubbed the Shadow saga also known as the "Shadow Quintet". Ender's Shadow is a parallel novel to Ender's Game, telling many of the same events from the perspective of Beana mostly peripheral character in Ender's Game, while the first three sequels, Shadow of the HegemonShadow Puppets and Shadow of the Giant tell the story of the struggle for world dominance after the Bugger War.
A sequel novel to Shadow of the Giant named Shadows in Flight further introduces three of Bean's children, those who also have Anton's key turned.
Shadows Alivea future sequel, takes place after both Children of the Mind and Shadows in Flight, tying up the two series, and explaining some unanswered questions. Chronologically, this series comes before all other books in the Ender's Game series.
Earth Unaware was released on July 17, The Second Formic War[ edit ] On November 4,Johnston confirmed  work on a second trilogy of novels covering the Second Formic War, with the manuscript for the first book due in It's for a young adult audience. It's what happens to Battle School after the International Fleet loses its purpose of war.
We get to see that as the school administrators repurpose the school, the Battle Room is still there, but it's a whole different kind of education.
According to Card, there is no strictly preferred order of reading them, except that Xenocide should be read right before Children of the Mind.To inspire and enrich for life. Located in Kitchener ON, Canada.
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