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Om Quicklet on Ender's Game by Orson Scott
Quicklets: Learn more. Read less. About Orson Scott Card Orson Scott Card was born on the 24th of August, 1951. As the author of Ender's Game and its sequel, Speaker for the Dead, he is the only author to win two of science fiction's most prestigious awards (The Hugo award and the The Nebula award) in consecutive years (1985 and 1986). He is most well known for his science fiction and fantasy writing (in addition to his books in the Enderverse he has also authored a series of fantasy novels, The Tales of Alvin Maker, and a few religiously based fiction novels, The Women of Genesis series), but has also authored comic books, screenplays and scripts for computer games. Card is a practicing member of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. About Ender's GameEnder's Game was initially published as a short story in 1977 in Analog magazine, but was re-released in 1991 and is currently available in print in 28 different languages around the world. In addition to its print format,Ender's Game is also available in audio and comic book formats and it is expected that Ender's Game will be released as a film in 2013. Ender's Game has won both the Nebula Award and the Hugo Award (the two most prestigious awards in science fiction), and despite being a fiction book, Ender's Game is also on the suggested reading list for the U.S. Marine Corps.