So Shadow of the Giant came out yesterday. I didn't know this until about a month ago. I'm excited for it since I'm a Card nut. I doubt I'll be able to read it for a while, unfortunately, due to the ever increasing amount of schoolwork I seem to get. Anyone else get his/her copy yet?
Have you heard about this? What do you think?
Here's a write-up from the Marvel site:
MARVEL TAPS SCI-FI LEGEND ORSON SCOTT CARD TO PEN "ULTIMATE IRON MAN," THE NEWEST ADDITION TO MARVEL'S BEST-SELLING ULTIMATE UNIVERSE
New Series to Recreate the Fabled Iron Man Character; Book One to...
I've found the following info on published works for this author. Please do feel free to add any additional information about future publications or anything I may have missed :D
Hot Sleep (1979)
The Worthing Chronicle (1983)
The Worthing Saga (1990)...
The Internet Review of Science Fiction (www.irosf.com) is shaping up to be an interesting critical journal. However, some articles puzzle me. Specifically, the latest issue contains an article by one Dotar Sojat called 'The Fuzzy Courage at the Heart of A Geek' which essentially dismisses...
I mentioned in another thread about the Ender Wiggins series being continually revisited - but I'm curious - what about OSC's other works?
How about the "Tales of Alvin Maker" series? The "Homecoming" series? How about some of his standalone novels?
I didn't enjoy Ender's Game, but I was glad I read it (you'll know why if you've read it :) ).
However, there are a number of "sequels" to the novel.
From what I hear of the other novels, though, they continue certain arcs and threadlines raised in the original story.
My predicament is a...
Novelization of "The Abyss"
Did anyone ever read this?
It was one of those books that I re-read time and again. Rather than being written after or duing production of the movie it was related to, like most novelizations, Orson Scott Card was heavily involved in the script development.
US Army to make Ender's Game a reality.
Slashdot reported that the US Army is to release two Army simulation games as a recruitment tool, and makes the comparison to the Hugo and Nebula award-winning SF novel 'Ender's Game' by Scott Orson Card. The story centers on children who are trained by...
Ender's Game--The Movie
Well, folks, it looks like we might be finally getting an Ender movie. Yippee!
I guess OSC's pretty pleased with the script and the production folks and it might be out as soon a 2005 (sounds awfully far away, doesn't it:( )
If I understand correctly, they will be...
What do you think?
I just started reading OSC's work recently but I'm already very impressed with his writing and need someone to talk about his books with. Has anybody else read any? There has got to be somebody.
I've read a few of his shorts and I started the Enders series. I especially...