[Ebook] ↠ Visitors (Pathfinder, #3) Author Orson Scott Card – Writerscompany.co.uk

Visitors (Pathfinder, #3) From The Internationally Bestselling Author Of Ender S Game Comes The Riveting Finale To The Story Of Rigg, A Teenager Who Possesses A Secret Talent 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 Depth And 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 Test In Order To Save His World And End The War Once And For All.


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10 thoughts on “Visitors (Pathfinder, #3)

  1. says:

    PG 13 for some language, some graphic images, and some sexual references.I m not smart enough to a have read this book.b rate this book 5 stars.c understand this book.However, I liked it Problems arose, problems were solved, questions were asked and answered, and lots


  2. says:

    This is definitely not Card s best work There wasretelling of the story from the previous two books than I care for I read the previous books and do not want to go over it again, I want new story.As in the previous book, the dialogue between the characters got old They spend


  3. says:

    I wish I could go back in time and keep myself from reading this series It really needed editing 3 4 of the book was pointless filler and endless monotonous conversation where everyone had the same voice Even the conclusion felt lacking By the end I didn t care if the destroyers su


  4. says:

    I was attending Orson Scott Card s Writing Workshop this year when I heard him mentioning how difficult it was for him to wrap up writing this book Seems that he had this inspiring idea to write a new series, one that he truly thought was one of his best, and then had only one, big proble


  5. says:

    Meh I finished this book because I felt like I had to finish up the series My conclusion after reading this and several other of Card s recent books is that he is wonderful at inventing compelling worlds, but terrible at finishing stories All of the series of his I ve read Alvin Maker, Ender s G


  6. says:

    Good, but I didn t enjoy it as much as the first two books in the series.


  7. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Pathfinder series by Orson Scott Card Following a story through a well contrived set of time traveling rules or lack thereof , while juggling the moral responsibility and accountability for such an ability remained interesting throughout all three books The series started with discove


  8. says:

    Sigh.First things first go back and reread the 2nd book before you read this one The plot is extremely intricate and complex but not really in a good way and if there is longer than a month gap between the books you ll forget too much Actual Review So much potential, wasted All the cool threads, concepts, and storyl


  9. says:

    This is the worst book Card has ever written Worse than Empire That may be slightly unfair to this book, which is merely the culmination of the worst series he s ever written While I didn t love book 1, there were a lot of possibilities Book 2 seemed to be steering into terrible danger of there were a lot of red flags, but


  10. says:

    This book was quite the letdown for me, but mainly because I had such high hopes for it The ending of Ruins was so engaging and then Card decided to write 600 pages ofstuff As Card is known to do, the plot in Visitors often took the sidekick role to the exploration of ancient civilizations or irrelevant side stories However, the


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