Ender's Game stands out to me due to its appeal to many different ages of potential readers. Orson Scott Card manages to capture the voices and mindsets of children and teenagers perfectly. His characters are easy to relate to, and the troubles of Ender become the concerns of the reader very quickly. Explosive action and taut suspense culminate in a groundbreaking plot twist as Ender, Card's hero and pivot point, fights for the survival of Earth and humanity.
The Hugo and Nebula Award-winning classic--the revised, definitive edition, from the bestselling author of Xenocide. The alien Buggers threaten humanity with extinction, and Earth's ultimate savior may be one small boy. Andrew "Ender" Wiggins thinks he is only playing computer games, but he is really commanding Earth's last great fleet.