Speaker for the Dead1 - Photo Carousels
Pat Davis [1935 to 2022] and Deborah Hill [1956 to 2019]
 A speaker for the dead is a person, almost like a cleric, who tells the true story of one's life after death.
The speaker investigates a person's death to the fullest extent possible, to give an unflinchingly open and honest2 account of their life.
Note: Each photo carousel of a person's life area contains seven to fourteen photographs. Each carousel displays all photos in less than one minute.
The Life of Patrica Box Davis
The Life of Deborah Dean Hill
Speaker for the Dead, the second novel in Orson Scott Card's The Ender Saga, is the winner of the 1986 Nebula Award for Best Novel
and the 1987 Hugo Award for Best Novel. Link to Amazon description
 "I think it's impossible to really understand somebody, what they want, what they believe, and not love them the way they love themselves." - Ender Wiggin, Speaker for the Dead, by Orson Scott Card, 1994.
"Changing the world is good for those who want their names in books. But being happy, that is for those who write their names in the lives of others, and hold the hearts of others as the treasure most dear." - Orson Scott Card
"Science isn't done by consensus. It's done by rigorous testing." - Orson Scott Card
"Life is full of grief, to exactly the degree we allow ourselves to love other people." Orson Scott Card
"No human being, when you understand their desires, is worthless. No one's life is nothing." - Orson Scott Card
"Good people aren't good because they never cause harm to others. They're good because they treat others the best way they know how, with the understanding that they have." - Orson Scott Card
"Love is finding that the things you like best about yourself are not in you at all, but in the person who completes you." - Orson Scott Card
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