The Enders Game Review: Why You Need to Read This Book

“Ender’s Game” is a book by Orson Scott Card. It’s set in Earth’s future, where humans have been to war with aliens before and expect them to attack again. To prepare for this, they’ve gathered children from all over the world and trained them as soldiers at Battle School in space. Ender Wiggin is one of these children; at the school he excels in simulated war games but makes enemies with other students who don’t like him because he doesn’t want to be like them or follow their rules or expectations.

Ender’s Game is a book by Orson Scott Card.

Ender’s Game is a sci-fi book by Orson Scott Card. It was published in 1985, and it has a total of 320 pages. The author’s name is Orson Scott Card, who also wrote Ender’s Shadow, Speaker for the Dead and Xenocide (which are all part of the Ender series). The story revolves around Ender Wiggin who lives on Battle School where he trains to fight against aliens known as buggers.

It’s worth noting that this novel is considered dark satire because it deals with themes such as anti-war sentimentality or the use of violence against children during wartime conditions which can lead them down paths where they might become violent towards others later on in life if not trained properly early enough so they don’t get into trouble like most do today due to lackadaisical parenting methods these days!

The story is set in Earth’s future.

The story is set in Earth’s future. This means that you will be reading about technology that is not too far away from today’s, but it also means that the technology depicted in Ender’s Game is not so advanced as to make it hard to relate to or understand.

The book takes place at an unspecified point in time after humans have destroyed most of Earth’s population through war and disease (the Bug War), leaving only a few hundred thousand survivors who live behind massive walls called “BugGardens”. The main character Ender Wiggin is chosen by his teachers to go on a mission known as School Room Battle Simulation; however, this simulation turns out to be real when Ender discovers that he has been selected for Battle School where he must train for battle against aliens called Formics who have come back from another dimension known as “The Hive” where they’ve lived since before humans existed on Earth!

Humans have been to war with aliens before.

Humans have been to war with aliens before. It’s a common occurrence in science fiction and fantasy, but it’s rarely spoken about openly. There are many stories where humans fight against or with aliens; however, most of these books focus on how humanity reacts after the war is over. The Enders Game does not follow this path; instead, it shows us how humanity prepares for another encounter with an alien race after winning a costly victory in the first war against these beings.

The story follows Ender Wiggin (played by Asa Butterfield), who was trained as an Ender Child when he was five years old—an elite military group that only exists because they were created specifically to fight such battles as those described above (and now). His older brother Bean died during one such battle while Ender survived thanks to his ability to use whatever means necessary so long as they lead him closer towards defeating whichever enemy stands before him at any given time—whether that be another human being or something even more powerful than them all together!

They expect the aliens to attack again.

The aliens are coming.

The Enders Game is about the war to save humanity from the alien invasion that has already begun, and it’s up to Ender Wiggin—a boy genius who has been trained by his brother to become the commander of Earth’s armies—to lead them in this fight. But there’s more going on than just military strategy: Ender learns what it means to be human, makes friends (and enemies) along the way…and grapples with issues like courage and compassion as he struggles with his own weaknesses as a person struggling against an alien race whose goal is nothing less than total domination of our planet.

The world’s military has decided they need to train a great leader.

The military wants to train a great leader, and they want to do it in space. They’re looking for children who will grow up with the knowledge and skills needed to lead the world into a new era of peace and prosperity.

They want these children at Battle School, where they can be taught by simulations of real battles from history.

To do this, they are gathering children and training them as soldiers.

As you can see, Ender’s Game is about a boy named Ender Wiggin who is being trained to be a soldier. He trains with other children in order to fight against the buggers (aliens). The book also talks about how he was chosen by an alien race called Formics to lead them into battle and destroy them.

Ender Wiggin is one of these children.

Ender Wiggin is one of these children. He is a boy genius and he was chosen to be the commander of the human forces in the war against the aliens. He’s only six years old, but he’s already proven himself as one of Earth’s greatest leaders.

In Ender’s Game we follow Ender through his training at Battle School—a place where children are taught how to fight battles with advanced technology and how to lead armies against an enemy who wants nothing more than their destruction. The story centers around Ender being trained by Colonel Graff (played by Harvey Fierstein) who teaches him about strategy before sending him off on his first mission aboard an orbiting space station known as “Ender’s World.”

Ender is chosen for advanced training at Battle School in space.

Ender is chosen for advanced training at Battle School in space. Battle School is a military school that trains children from all over the world to fight against an alien race called Formics. It’s located in space and has strict rules, including no talking on the bus or taking notes during classes. Students are also not allowed to wear their uniforms outside of class because they might be seen as representing their home countries by people who don’t know anything about them (this includes Ender’s brother).

The environment at Battle School is very competitive because there are many students who want to win it all—and if you don’t succeed, then everyone else will laugh at your failure!

At the school, Ender excels in simulated war games but makes enemies with other students.

Ender’s Game is a science fiction novel written by Orson Scott Card, who also wrote the Hugo Award-winning novel Speaker for the Dead. The story follows Ender Wiggin, an unusual boy who lives on a planet called Earth. His name means “ender” in this world; he has powers that make him one of the most important leaders in human history.

Ender wins many battles against alien races but makes enemies with other students at his school who do not agree with how he treats others. The book takes place over three days as Ender learns about war and what it means for him to lead humanity into battle against aliens from outer space who want to destroy all life on earth!

“Ender’s Game” is a great book for science fiction fans and should be read by everyone

“Ender’s Game” is a great book for science fiction fans and should be read by everyone. The story is engaging and the characters are well written, with action, adventure and suspense that keeps you turning pages until you reach the end.

It’s also full of moral lessons that are applicable to everyday life – not just in school or at work but also as a parent or child/childhood friend of someone who has been through something similar to what Ender experiences in this novel.


“Ender’s Game” is a great book for science fiction fans and should be read by everyone. It’s not just about Ender Wiggin; it’s also about what happens to his enemies when they are sent on missions into enemy territory. This book will keep you riveted until the end, whether you’re an adult or child.



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