Visitors by Orson Scott Card

Book Review : Visitors

By Orson Scott Card

  • Publication Date: 2014-11-04
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
4 Score: 4 (From 73 Ratings)

Book Review

From Orson Scott Card, the internationally bestselling author of Ender’s Game, comes the riveting finale to the story of Rigg, a teenager who possesses a special power 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 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 ultimate test in order to save his world and end the war once and for all.

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User Reviews

  • Good book

    5
    By Nomadic90
    Loved the series :)
  • He did it again! Just ended it, not finished

    1
    By Richard Blackwell
    This was a great series of books and this book was very good too. However where he had the opportunity to create a great climactic finish he just ends it with one sentence where it could have been a chapter. 0SC spends a great yarn but he needs to hire himself a ghost to write the last chapter of all of the last couple years of books. Read this series of books and enjoy it but be prepared to be left hanging at the end.
  • Choppy disappointing end...

    2
    By Mwbark
    I love OSC's writing for its suble character development, vision, and melodic narrative progression....usually. I was completely entranced by the first two books. This conclusion divided its time equally between logic chopping ramblings about time travel rules and tying all the remaining strings together so that the story could be over. It just felt like OSC had lost interest.

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