I am using the moniker "Bean" and I feel safe until Ender gets removed for his choice of name. I feel safe hiding in "Ender's Shadow" I may be the old man of the group. I will turn 49 this year and I did not read "Ender's Game" until 2008. I then quickly devoured the entire series, I have read ALL the published, novels, short stories, and prequels in the Enderverse. I can't wait to read "Shadow in Flight" I have also read all the Game of Thrones books, I see others here on the forum have too. Those are great. One thing in common between, G.o.T. and EnderVerse books are the way that the Point of View shifts between characters. Orson Scott Card does it masterfully, and George R.R. Martin does it frequently. The concept of retelling the entire events of "Ender's Game" from the point of view of a 'minor' character was bold and made me a fan for life.
There is a game people like to play called desert Island. You imagine that you are stuck on a desert island and have the bare necessities for life, food, shelter, etc. You get to have ONE book on the island what book would you take? Five years ago, my answer would have been Piers Anthony's "Macroscope" My answer today is a cheat. I say I would like to bring a large book titled "The complete Ender Saga" That would keep me going for the next 50 years for reading material. ( and I am a very fast reader )