From the internationally bestselling author of Ender’s Game comes the riveting finale to the story of Rigg, a teenager who possesses a secret talent that allows him to see the paths of people’s pasts.
In Pathfinder, Rigg joined forces with another teen with special talents on a quest to find Rigg’s sister and discover the true depth and significance of their powers. Then Rigg’s story continued in Ruins as he was tasked to decipher the paths of the past before the arrival of a destructive force with deadly intentions. Now, in Visitors, Rigg’s journey comes to an epic and explosive conclusion as everything that has been building up finally comes to pass, and Rigg is forced to put his powers to the test in order to save his world and end the war once and for all.
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Satisfying Conclusion to the Acclaimed Series
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Not near the standard set by prior books.
Only if a friend had also read the first two in the series. As a standalone production, this book has little substance and reads like an ongoing sequence of improbable scenarios with their equally improbable explanations built right in. Sadly, Visitors does not engage the mind in as many ways as the first two books in this series.
It was exactly what I expected. This is not too common with the usually-profound nature of the underlying stories Card has been writing. "Visitors" seemed more like an exercise in ending a series with as little imagination as possible. Too many concepts and ideas were conveniently dispatched and, instead of engaging my imagination, simply spoon-fed.
A scene in which two characters "die" so-to-speak. This is the only part I can think of that left me considering paradox, detail, and kept me engaged.
If I could have, yes. I was excited for it based on the other two books but raced through it once realizing it was not as significant.
The fact that the two readers do not pronounce names correctly does not feel right. I do not understand how this made it to final product as it is.