Shadow ​of the Giant (Ender's Shadow 4.) 4 csillagozás

Orson Scott Card: Shadow of the Giant Orson Scott Card: Shadow of the Giant

Bean's ​past was a battle just to survive. He first appeared on the streets of Rotterdam, a tiny child with a mind leagues beyond anyone else. He knew he could not survive through strength; he used his tactical genius to gain acceptance into a children's gang, and then to help make that gang a template for success for all the others. He civilized them, and lived to grow older. Then he was discovered by the recruiters for the Battle School.

For Earth was at war – a terrible war with an inscrutable alien enemy. A war that humanity was near to losing. But the long distances of interstellar space has given hope to the defenders of Earth – they had time to train military geniuses up from childhood, forging them into an irresistible force in the high-orbital facility called the Battle School. That story is told in two books, the beloved classic ENDER'S GAME, and its parallel, ENDER'S SHADOW.

Bean was the smallest student at the Battle School, but he became Ender Wiggins'… (tovább)

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2005

Tor Books, New York, 2006
370 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9780812571394 · ASIN: 0812571398
Tor Books, New York, 2005
368 oldal · keménytáblás · ISBN: 9780312857585

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„Again, my dear, I think we can count on Bean himself. He'll expect retaliation from Peter, and he'll already have a plan.”
„I hope his plan doesn't require appealing to Peter's conscience.”
Theresa laughed. So did John Paul. It was the saddest kind of laughter, in that empty room.


Besides, you only liked the asteroid because it was named Eros and that's as close to sex as you've ever gotten.


Bean's huge hands held her shoudlers and stroked her arms. So gentle. So kind.
Once as tiny as this little girl.
But always a giant, long before his body showed it.

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