Card expanded this story, and in 1985, he published the full-on book version, which added all the stuff about Ender’s family. Rather than say, “Eh, we’ve read this already (and by the same guy, no less),” people still really liked Ender’s Game. It even won two more awards: the Nebula Award (1985) and the Hugo Award (1986). (Those are probably the two biggest awards in the science fiction community. Impress your geek friends with those names.)


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