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The novel Enders Game is the first in a series of stories involving Andrew Ender Wiggin by Orson Scott Card At the young impressionable age of six Ender is taken from the only world he has ever known to Battle School Later on at Command School on the planet Eros the teachers prepare him for the final battle with the buggers He is taught that the buggers are his enemy and he has to destroy them in order to save humanity Throughout the series Ender is an intriguing character who as a child is a genius is wholeheartedly devoted to his sister but acts violent in situations when threatened Ender is a bright young boy despite the fact that he is a third and was requisitioned by the government to be born Because of his advanced knowledge he is often bored with school On the day Ender got his monitor taken out he kept looking for something and was preoccupied The teacher would know of course that he wasnt paying attention but she wouldnt bother him He always knew the answer even when she thought he wasnt paying attention Enders 5 He quit looking for whatever it was he couldnt remember and began to play with his computer It gave him something to do while the teacher droned on about arithmetic Arithmetic Valentine had taught him arithmetic when he was three Enders 5 After school he goes home and to Peters surprise he notices that Enders monitor has been taken out Peter is outraged because Ender got to keep the little sucker till hes six years old and he angrily says to Valentine When did you lose yours You were three I lost mine before I was five Enders 10 To have your monitor in for that long must account for something which in this case is brains When Ender goes off to Battle School he is challenged
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