A Quartet Of Seasonal Magnificence

When Daniel Abraham wrote his debut novel, A Shadow In Summer, it was well received by those who bothered to notice. It was understood by critics, peers, and readers that Abraham was a new force of creativity in a genre growing dark with cliché. But it was quickly buried by other’s popularity.

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Ender’s Game: A Review

Like the Hobbit, it was difficult to separate the movie experience from my loyalty to the book. After seeing the trailer of Ender’s Game, I was tentatively excited. It had potential. It looked pretty good. I thought I might like it. On the other hand, I wasn’t convinced it could live up to the book. And it didn’t…

But almost.

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