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Enders Shadow is a parallel novel to Enders Game by Orison Scott Card Orison Scott Card was born in 1951 in Richland Washington He has won the John W Campbell Award for best new writer of 1977 won the Hugo for Enders Game along with many other awards Besides being a writer he had other careers including being a Mormon missionary in Brazil computer game consultant local Democratic precinct judge and Utah state convention delegate He has written many plays and many books not all of them sci-fi The weak and puny sometimes come out on top seems to be Cards message in Enders Shadow Bean is a four year old street kid that is skinny small and near starvation Bean isnt his real name he doesnt even know his real name The other street kids call him Bean because hes tiny He saves himself from the street and ends up a key military commander of future Earth Its possible to be successful even if u are starting out in the worst possible situation Enders Shadow is a parallel novel to Enders Game This means it occurs at the same time with the same people just from another point of view In Enders Game its Ender that is the hero and Bean is a minor character as where in Enders Shadow Bean is the main character and Ender is just a secondary character It shows the same set of facts but gives a different interpretation as to why things happen the way they do Both books are consistent with each other and both books fit together correctly The story reveals how because of Beans ability to analyze situations strategically he becomes a strategic part of the war against the aliens threatening Earth Bean is the only one that figures out what is really going on that the training they have is not training but is real Bean is a very smart person
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