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My book is Ender in Exile. There are 8 types of characters to a book. Main/Major, Minor, Static/Flat, Dynamic/Round, Protagonist, Antagonist, Nemesis, and Sidekick. The definition of a main character is the character of the story that is central to the story. Everything revolves around them. The main/major character in my book is Ender. A minor character is almost a major character, but the minor character isn’t focused on as much by the story. They may develop their own back story and show up a lot, but they are not the main character. A Minor character in my book is Valentine.

A static character is a character that stays the same throughout the entire book. They don’t change ever. A Dynamic character that changes throughout the book. This can be any character in the book. A protagonist is basically just a main character who needs to do something in the book, but the antagonist is the one who gets in the protagonist’s way.

A nemesis is different from an antagonist, because and antagonist is defeatable, but the a nemesis is undefeatable. however, a nemesis doesn’t always have to be a person or character. a nemesis can be failure, a disease, anything that is a block in the protagonist’s progression and is undefeatable. Sidekicks are usually a static character and help out the main character. They are usually also dependable to be loyal.


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The definition of setting is the time, place, mood, and climate. In the book Ender in Exile, The time is late fall at the beginning of the school year on earth. (No information as to where on earth) The mood is sad & confused and the climate is cold.

I know the time the book takes place in is fall because The character, Valentine Wiggins, has just started the next school year. She is writing essays and doing homework and complaining about her teachers because she is so much smarter than them.

Most of the characters are on earth. The mother, father, brother, and sister are on earth. Ender is in space. He just came back from saving the world and is saying goodbye to his comrades. His family cannot decide whether Ender should come home or stay in space.

The reason being, If he comes home and starts going to school, he could never have a normal life with everyone asking him how and why he saved the earth from aliens who tried to invade. However, if his parents let him stay out in space, They would probably never see him again.

Declaring my book

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The title of my book is  Ender in Exile. I chose this book because my friends were suggesting it to me and it looked cool, so I checked it out. My friends told me about the book a little bit and it sounded awesome. I found it in the Library in our school.

My book’s author’s name is Orson Scott Card. Here’s his website. He is 66 years old and is a professor of English in South Virginia University. He is also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Card has 5 children (2 deceased) and a wife named Kristine Allen Card. His kids were all named after authors he and his wife admired. He likes the Sci-fi show Firefly and he usually writes in the Science Fiction genre.

His book, Ender in Exile was copyrighted in 2008 and this means it could be written differently than books written today, so iit could be more interesting

A similar book to this is the book Antarctic Gene. I’d say the book Ender in Exile is an 8th grade reading level. My book has 369 pages. (377 counting the afterward)

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My Favorite Book

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This book is my favorite is my favorite book because It is filled with adventure and packed with awesome characters. This book is 528 pages long and is a science fiction and fantasy book. People who love a good adventure story would love this book.

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