Pressure

Pressure, pain, compassion, and ruthlessness, imagine dealing with all these things every moment of your life. In Ender’s Game, which is written by Orson Scott Card, all of these things are major themes throughout the novel. Ender, ayoung boy genius must take on the weight of the world while dealing with these things. At only the age of nine, he gets chosen by the government to go to Battle School, where he must go to fight and improve his skills to save the world. While in training, he has a hard time overcoming and dealing with many problems of his own. Such as his morals and what he thinks is right.