I came across this post on another forum I frequent. Has this been covered here before or is it something new? New to me anyway.
quote:I think I've come up with an original observation: Where Is My Mind references Ender's Game.
I've been reading Ender's Game because it's one of those books you have to read I guess and it's alright really—despite not being able to constantly think about what a terrible person the author is—and came to this part:
"I said why does every one of you have his feet in the air and head towards the ground!"
and then the very next thing that happens? Ender teaches the soldiers a battle trick called "spinning" and instructs them all to try it.
I could be full of shit, but reading it I thought "this is definitely Where Is My Mind".
That's an interesting observation. assuming the passage is accurate.
I read Ender's Game years and years ago based on someone's recommendation. It was all right, but I wasn't taken with it the way my friend was and never read anything else from the author. I don't remember much of it at all.
As an aside, I wouldn't call Orson Scott Card a terrible person because of his religious beliefs.