I re-read Ender's Game before seeing the movie, and then went on the bender to end all benders of Ender.
Actually, it was more of a Bean binge, and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Regardless of what anybody says, I will love and respect Orson Scott Card for many years to come. Before this binge, I'd only read Ender's Game, Speaker for the Dead, and listened to a couple of other books on tape (Tales of Alvin Maker and The Lost Gate), and I was not as wholeheartedly devoted as I am now. I've realized that he has an amazing capacity to put serious, thoughtful ideas into a fun-to-read book without loosing any of the grace or punch. I adored these books - not as much as Ender's Game, but nearly.
If I recall rightly, I read:
Ender in Exile
Shadow of the Hegemon
and Shadow of the Giant
Which is a pretty respectable list, considering I did it all in about two weeks, while in school, and also with the obstacle of having to steal some of the books while other people were reading them to overcome.
Good work, Kelsey.