Ender's Game request

Jon Noble jon_p_noble at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 18 14:52:22 EST 2003


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> My memory says that the surprise twist at the end is
> that what they 
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That is my memory of it too, many years since I read
it though. Actually the copy I read was leant to me by
my , then, teenaged sister as something she enjoyed.

Jon

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> >Okay, in the course of a discussion on my Other
> List I got into a teensy
> >argument with somebody who claimed that the twist
> at the end of _Ender's
> >Game_ was poorly written and obviously not
> surprising.  I said it was.  It
> >turned out that he had a different idea about what
> the reader was supposed
> >to be surprised by.  So I want to do a quickie poll
> of those of you who have
> >read _Ender's Game_:  What is the surprise climax
> of the novel?
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> >I don't know how well-known the ending is, but
> please leave spoiler space
> >just in case.
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Melissa Proffitt
> >


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