A-Z Challenge Day 24:
X is for Xenocide,
by Orson Scott Card


Xenocide is the third book in the science fiction Ender's Game trilogy. The title is a clever one, as "xeno" actually refers to aliens and of course, "cide" refers to the permanent removal  of them.

(* It's noteworthy at this point to mention that the first two books in the Ender's Game series each won both the HUGO and the NEBULA Awards. The first year the Hugo Award was presented: 1953 and 1966 was the first year the Nebula Award was presented; they have both become a prestigious part of science fiction awards ever since.)

Although I've never read this book, it looks like one that sci-fi enthusiasts might want to check out.

Head on over to Wiki and check out the details. If you enjoy the book, remember to leave your reviews on Amazon and Good Reads!