In which order should I read the books? I want to know where to start and which ones to read later. Thank you!
What's on your mind?
Those asking "Well, with so many book-to-TV series adaptations in development by Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Hulu etc., why not one for Enders Game?", I suggest reading through this November 2013 article on Variety.
Key is that after the Ender's Game movie flopped at both the U.S. and international box office, Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer said during a conference call with analysts that an Ender’s Game TV spinoff was under consideration at that time. No word from the studio on that decision, but it's clear that a TV series approach is needed. Many people have already known that the Ender's Game movie was pretty rushed, and a botched opportunity. That Ender's Game TV spinoff was what is probably going to be the reboot of the entire franchise.
So the short answer is that ever since there was discussion of the advantages of television as a suitable medium for book-to-screen adaptations, there has been some mention of an Ender's Game reboot on TV, with naturalistic science fiction. The possible TV reboot will be the first since the 2003 re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica if all things done right.
Hello, Enderverse fans!
I've been working on something I think you'll all find very intriguing: converting articles from this wiki into annotations on [annotations.xyfir.com/sets/42457 xyAnnotations], which can be integrated directly into ebooks and viewed in just about any ebook reader. It's really neat being able to just tap on a name or phrase or location within a book and have the wiki articles already loaded and available to view right there.
I made a [youtu.be/6wGK88UQ6-g short video] demonstrating it in action, and if you'd like to give it a try, I'd recommend starting [annotations.xyfir.com/sets/42457/read here]. I've also been working on creating annotations from other wikis for these and other popular books. You can see some of the annotations on my [annotations.xyfir.com/users/1 xyAnnotations profile].
As you can see, I've got a large part of the main articles transferred over, thanks to the [github.com/Xyfir/annotate/tree/master/cli automated tool] I built. However, because it ''is'' automated, there are some things that aren't quite right and I'd love to get some help improving the converted annotations. I need to do things like remove annotations that will never be highlighted within books, remove sections that are not relevant in the annotation format, fix searches so that more aliases are highlighted within books, and much more. Additionally, I also need help adding books, their covers, and their metadata to the xyAnnotations books database.
I'm a moderator on all of the related books and annotation sets on xyAnnotations so I can accept your changes or even make you a moderator as well if you're willing, able, and trustworthy. It'd be great to have some of the trusted members here moderating the related books and sets of annotations on xyAnnotations. There are a lot of books and series and authors I'm working on annotating so it's hard for me to properly manage all of these annotations and books without any help.
So if any of the fans or scholars here are interested in helping out, just let me know and I can point you in the right direction. If you're just looking to get these annotations into your ebooks and are having trouble, feel free to ask and I'll do my best to help. Just a note, Reddit is my main forum, so if I'm not responding quick enough here feel free to send me a message on [reddit.com/user/MrXyfir Reddit].
Is there a more active Enders Game forum than this one?
Wikia's staff has been kind enough to enable the brand-new Discussions feature for our community, as per my request. This will replace our existing forums, and it looks like it will be much more customizable and accessible!
For more information on what Discussions is, check out Wikia's help page for it at this link.