Shadows in Flight serves as a bridge towards this final book.
The film was made several years later, and released in 2013, with Asa Butterfield in the title role and Gavin Hood directing.
In 1976, in the midst of a paid role performing in the church's musical celebrating America's Bicentennial, he secured employment as an assistant editor at the Ensign, and moved to Salt Lake City.
It was while working at Ensign that Card published his first piece of fiction.
This series explores the lives of the principal women mentioned in the first book of the Bible and includes Sarah (2000), Rebekah (2002), and Rachel and Leah (2004).
In the fall of 2005, Card launched Orson Scott Card's Inter Galactic Medicine Show.