Monday, November 29, 2010


Pathfinder by Orson Scott Card is just as magical as Ender's Game or Seventh Son. It is well up to Orson Scott Card standards. Rigg has been able to see the paths of where living creatures have passed. He thinks that he is alone, but when his father dies, he discovers that there are others with similar powers. On his quest to find his sister and collect his inheritance, he joins with Umbo, a boy with the power to slow down time. Combined, their powers have shocking effects... Meanwhile, almost 20,000 years in the past, Ram Odin, a starship pilot, pilots a craft full of colonists from earth through a dangerous space jump...This mind-boggling story about time and space travel is a feat of sci-fi worthy of Orson Scott Card. The two part narrative of Rigg and Ram, that clicks together in the end is enticing. This book leaves all Orson Scott Card fans anticipating his next book.

Mattie, 12

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