Xenocide, by Orson Scott Card is the third book in the Ender series. This book took be a bit longer to get through. It was not as fast-paced, and had some heavier sci-fi theory mixed in. I still really enjoyed it, though. Ender is in his 60's, living on Lusitania, and Congress decides they are going to blow the planet up, because it holds a virus that can kill humans. The humans on Lusitania are alive, because they take all these supplements and eat special foods. The virus is essential to the survival of the piggies, the native species. So, the whole argument is to either kill all of the piggies to save the humans, or vice versa. Also, the buggers are there. Yeah, they've been resurrected, but they can leave whenever they want since they can build a starship in like two seconds. I was also happy when Ender's wife totally went bananas. FINALLY. I never really liked her. I think I'll read a few other books before reading the next Ender book. This book was awesome. If you thought that the first two Ender books were too "mainstream" then you may like this one a little bit better.