Xenocide (Ender, Book 3) (Ender Wiggin Saga)

Xenocide - Orson Scott Card It is, for sure, a masterpiece. There are many things you can say against this book, and may you can say to support this book, but you can hardly deny its power.

Through the many things that happened since the first volume, I got to love Ender more and more. He is, I think, the perfect character for a series. His development was smooth and still complex, easy to follow but hard to understand. His thoughts and his judgments are perfectly done, and his actions are flawlessly described.

Also, I really like Jane. How they present her in the first place, and what she ends up doing and most of all being is so cool! Human or not human, she's also a good character.

I really have to read this book again sometime, but now I'm more focused on getting the next book in the series!