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It doesn't Matter where you live as long as you have mu in your heart your a Stretford Ender.
For instance, science-fiction author Orson Scott Card has posted the original "Ender's Game" short story on his personal website.
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Ender's Game was the novel that put author Orson Scott Card on the sci-fi map.
Published in 1985, an expanded version of a novella of the same name published in Analog magazine in 1977, Ender's Game won both the Hugo and the Nebula awards for best novel.
The plot follows Andrew Wiggins, called Ender after his older sister's mispronunciation of his name.
Ender is sent to Battle School to learn to command space fleets in battle against the 'Buggers'.
The novel also follows the machinations of Ender's siblings, Peter and Valentine, as they work to manipulate the political process on Earth.
Both geniuses of the same caliber as Ender, but unsuited psychologically for military command, they hide their youth by engaging only in cyberspace, changing the political landscape.
Ender and his peers learn military strategy, space navigation, and engage in increasingly more challenging computer battles against the simulated Bugger fleet - these simulations are the 'games' that the children play.
As a final test, they take part, Ender commanding, in a massive simulation that they successfully complete.
Before he is even an adult, Ender has committed genocide.
Ender's subsequent life, dealing with what he considers his 'crime', are told in Speaker for the Dead, Xenocide, and Children of the Mind.
Card also retells the events of Ender's Game in Ender's Shadow, told from the point of view of 'Bean', a lesser character, not as central to the story as Ender.
A movie version of Ender's Game has been in the works for some time.
Card is perhaps best known for Ender's Game, and all its myriad sequels, prequels and offshoots.
For example, in Orson Scott Card's book, Ender's Game, the author starts the story on earth and quickly takes it into space.
He makes life on a space station believable, and uses technology brilliantly not only to train his young characters, but to move the plot forward when Ender discovers an unusual landscape in a complex training game.
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