Listeners will feel surrounded by Card’s sophisticated, high-stakes universe. With a stately musical score and video-game sound effects, this “re-imagined” production sticks close to the novel while offering listeners an entertaining new way to enjoy one of science fiction’s best loved stories.


Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game is a world-wide best seller, but now fans of the book are invited to experience the story in a whole new way. Adapted by the author himself, Ender’s Game Alive is a thrilling retelling in the fashion of an audioplay.

Ender, a six year old boy, is hand picked to attend a school that will turn young geniuses into brilliant commanders and soldiers who will win the war against an alien race. Ender is years ahead of his future classmates and has potential to be the military leader that wins the war.

In this school, students learn through simulated zero-gravity battles, and Ender quickly proves his abilities, having been given command over a group of other young cadets that quickly defeat older and more experienced squads.

But as Ender progresses, he will find that these battles aren’t as simulated as they seem to be.

Frequently we get asked:  in what order should I listen to the audiobooks?  Click here for a history of the audiobooks and a chronological story-line listening guide to the Ender Universe audiobooks.


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