This book is super sexist. Petra used to be such a strong awesome character and in this one he writes her with her sole goal being to have Bean's babies. No woman lives only to have another man's babies. We might want kids, but the reasoning behind it isn't just to continue his line. It's because you want to raise kids together. And this especially annoyed me because it isn't consistent with her character, she doesn't live for any man. She lives for herself. She was a strong independent female and then Orson had to go and mess that up.
I enjoyed this book, it was at slow paced, and wasn’t immersive to me, but it was interesting. It included politics and a character was genetically altered, making this story different than most others. As part of a series, it is also interesting to see how this fits in with all the other stories.
Orson Scott Card’s Shadow Puppets (2002) – Ender Shadow Series Book 3 - continues Bean’s story. Excellent book! Doctor-at-Bass! Taylor A.
Bean series, book 3, good
The continuation of the parallel series, Ender's Shadow. The third installment of the parallel.
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