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Children of the Mind Free read Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free æ ❁ [EPUB] ✹ Children of the Mind By Orson Scott Card ➚ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk เมื่อหายนะรุมเร้ารอบด้าน มีเพียงความตายเป็??ามสูญเสียครั้งยิ่งใหญ่ ผลลัพธ์รังแต่จะก่อหายนะล้างพันธุ์ และหยิบยื่นความตายมาสู่ทุกผู้บนลูซิตาเนียครั้งนี้ปาฏิหาริย์แห่งจิตใจวีรบุรุษจะกระชากวิญญาณจากเงื้อมมือมฤตยูติดหัวรบได้หรือไม่ ติดตามได้ใน จิตาวตา?. I wanted to love this I really did after all I love Miro who is given a lot page space and I was excited to see what Peter would bring to the table But after Xenocide it was pretty weak Now to make a few comments ehem rantsa Why is it that the only truly negative bits in the series come from the women You know the only truly unforgivable unredeemable unreasonable and supremely infuriating bits Let me summarize what these bits were UARA ing Jao and Novinha Welcome to the Hate Club UARA I've never read a nastier b than uara She should've been sacrificed to her beloved descolada No one should have to put up with the kind of crap behavior attitude and total disregard of authority and sense that uara consistently subjected everyone to She is the only absolutely unredeemable character in the books Screw the daddy issues She was a horribly flawed character without any saving grace Not a one I uite successfully hated her ING JAO represents the kind of brainwashed religious fanatic that is ultimately pardonable and pitiable because they truly believe they are doing the right thing But man what a waste of a highly educated and once perfectly rational mind This is the unreasonable bit note ing Jao appears in Xenocide NOVINHA So Ender finally commits himself to a woman and he has to choose a massively scarred emotionally wrecked paranoid vitriolic control freak who it was revealed never really gave him her unconditional love and devotion view spoiler He wanted kids so badly yet she was not interested in disrupting her career Selfish hag After all he went through and all he did for humanity and for her family to rob him of that irreplaceable experience hide spoiler

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เมื่อหายนะรุมเร้ารอบด้าน มีเพียงความตายเป็นหลักชัยสุดทา เมื่อเสาหลักแห่งจิตใจสั่นคลอน เหล่าทายาทจำต้องสานต่อภารกิจ เมื่อไม่เหลือเวลาโศกเศร้า แยกขั้ว หรือเลือกปฏิบัติ ความอยู่รอดของทุกเผ่าพันธุ์จึงจำต้องแลก. Wraps up the series neatly enough until you stop to think about how ridiculous the entire premise is or how annoying it is that everything seems to fit so nicely togetherI suppose I have to recant the part of my Xenocide review where I called the birth of Peter and Young Val unnecessary That was obviously a crucial episode for what Card had in store for the series conclusion But I still won't take back the opinion that it's annoyingPositives After starting slowly the plot did pick up around halfway through and was sufficiently interesting to keep me turning pages; there was a scene where the mothertrees started to fruit which was beautiful by far the most emotional part of the book for me; there was much creativity in the solution to the Jane problemNegatives Overall the book was simply annoying We were subjected again to far too many pages of the completely useless and unbelievable uara the inner turmoil of Miro this time as he's deciding between Val and Jane the completely incredible romance between Peter and Wang Mu tedious scenes between Ender and the second least sympathetic character in the series Novinha Card if you're going to make her this unlikeable you can't continue to subject the reader to her and recaps from the previous books that went on for long paragraphs and I ended up just skipping The chapter intros by iang Jao brought nothing and if anything had only the effect of reminding me of one of the most annoying characters from the previous bookThe entire concept of Peter and Young Val was inconsistent They either have free will and are their own people in which case Ender is like a God to have enough soul to split in two or they're not If the former they wouldn't need Ender anyway to continue living and if the latter there's no way they would ever be able to experience self pity There's no in betweenview spoilerAnd did it really have to end with everyone living happily ever after Sure Ender died but we were clearly not meant to care for him at all by this stage in the series Miro gets his Jane and Peter and Wang Mu get to be soulmates after the least romantic courtship ever Wang Mu will remain one of the most underdeveloped main characters ever with no answer as to what was motivating her to behave the way she did hide spoiler

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Children of the Mindด้วยชีวิตหรือเสียสละความรักตลอดทั้งชีวิต เอนเดอร์ วิกกิน อุทิศตนสมานรอยร้าวแห่งอดีตของทุกเผ่าพันธุ์ แลกกับความผาสุกทั่วทั้งมวล แต่แม้ในห้วงเวลาสุดท้ายของชีวิต ภัยร้ายจากน้ำมือมนุษย์ก็ยังประดังหน้าท้าชนบนค?. Whoo finished finally Sometimes you get sucked in a series and you just can't wait until its over because of the command over your whole attention that it has on you Andrew Wiggin is somebody who we would all like to become; understanding compassionate brilliant and charitable Yet he is a tragic character who carries the burden of humanity on his shoulders always taking on responsibility than is seemed his shareThis final novel is the fast paced engaging climax to the series Speaker for the Dead and Xenocide were mature slow and ponderous; albeit very fascinating In my opinion Xenocide could have done with a hundred less pages Yet all of them were anticlimactic; Card left much of the plot lines unresolved or those that were resolved done with diminished excitement Children of the Mind made up for it I found it satisfying and was unable to put it down He developed and expounded all that was missing from the first two yes two I don’t consider Ender’s Game part of this series its character and mood and purpose are entirely different than these three I view it as a preuel novels I’ve read complaints about Speaker or Xenocide that were resolved in this last oneHis characters drive his stories Their challenges brilliance and road on life are the heart of the story I do recommend the series They read fairly uickly are enjoyable and powerful