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The Evolution of Ender’s Game The Ender’s Game eBook Cover by Sam Weber A Sneak Peek at Laddertop Enderverse Sweepstakes More Stories...

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More Stories Reviews are in for the Ender’s Game movie! Find out what reviewers at the Washington Post, the New York Times, the New York Post,, the Chicago Sun-Times, and the Houston Chronicle thought. Plus, check out this great Ender’s Game timeline, catching you up on the timeline of Ender’s world. Director Gavin Hood talks to io9 about the conceptual difficulties of transforming Ender’s Game from book to movie. The stars of Ender’s Game are stepping out too: check out interviews with Harrison Ford on David Letterman and Sir Ben Kingsley on Craig Ferguson. And finally, in a bit of non-Ender related news, Tor Books is proud to announce that we have acquired two new Mistborn novels from Brandon Sanderson!
The Evolution of Ender’s Game
by Cassandra Ammerman, Digital Marketing

This year, Orson Scott Card’s famous novel Ender’s Game celebrated its 28th birthday. And this month, twenty-eight years after it was first shared with the world, the novel that Card himself once called “unfilmable” finally opened on movie screens across the country.

This newsletter is entirely focused on Ender’s Game – its past and its present. One way to do that is to look at how the jacket copy has changed, from the first edition to the most recent, published just last month.

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The Ender’s Game eBook Cover by Sam Weber
by Irene Gallo, Art Director

The ebook edition of Ender’s Game, Orson Scott Card’s classic science fiction novel, releases today with a new cover by Sam Weber.

There is a strange magic about that allows it to give us more work while making us feel like it’s Christmas. We were barely settled into the Wheel of Time ebook cover project when publisher, Fritz Foy, asked, “What’s next?” The answer was easy.

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A Sneak Peek at Laddertop

Orson Scott Card doesn’t just write in the Enderverse — he’s a man with many, many projects and series over the years. One of his newest is Laddertop, a graphic novel series he’s writing with his daughter, Emily Card, and illustrated by Honoel A. Ibardolaza.

We wanted to share with you a sneak peek at some of the pages of the upcoming Laddertop: Books 1 – 2, publishing on November 5, 2013.

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Enderverse Sweepstakes

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