The answer is "No". My personal interpretation is, Ender and Valentine are close to each other like normal siblings. Since the beginning of the movie, we were. Find quotes about and by Peter and Valentine Wiggin in Ender's Game to help as we know from the first quote in this section, Ender and Peter's relationship. I think the relationship between Ender and Valentine (sister) was so sweet! Ender and Valentine Wiggin, siblings, Enders game
All of them three are geniuses, and they compete only with each other because they are more clever than "professors in universities" according to Graff. I thought they would either develop deeper love out of hatred and bond of blood or just go separately and keep a distance with one another. Instead, they kept a distance among each other willingly or unwillingly while they occasionally think of each other. Ender had always hated Peter and they had no communication after he was sent out.
I feel that his resentment with Peter had become a link which connected them closer. He tried to fight against the idea that he was a killer like Peter and ended up becoming the speaker for his dying brother. Ender might or might not understand what Peter was really like or whether he was like Peter. After the final war, he cared less and could "accept" Peter. To some extent, it is called being mature as one finally learns that he cannot and does not have to understand or agree with everything in the world, and what he can do is to let it go.
Let it be and let it pass.
I believe this is the reason that Ender finally became the speaker for Peter when Peter was dying. With Valentine, Ender had more complicated feelings. He used to seek comfort from her when he was very little and still thought of her when he was isolated at first.
But when he received the letter which Valentine was asked to write in order to comfort him, he disliked her as if she was a tool used by others while he nevertheless felt being loved and touched by her.
Relationship among Ender, Valentine and Peter（Ender's Game）书评
It was a kind of feeling that they were bond to each other since he was born but they could not admit their love, or at least Ender could't. He was too proud to admit it or to let it be possessed by Peter. In the end he didn't want to lose it as he went to build the colony with Valentine and explored the worlds with her. Her anger at the Fleet translated over to her writings as Demosthenes, which she took up with renewed vigor. Valentine was later asked by Graff to see Ender during his brief visit to Earth between his time at Battle School and promotion to Command School.
She unwittingly convinced Ender to return to space and defeat the Formicscausing her to resent Graff and the International Fleet even more for tricking her into doing their bidding.
The great powers of the world, including her own brother Peter, would try to make Ender their puppet. Valentine convinced Peter that Ender should not return, and the two of them wrote essays as Locke and Demosthenes to prevent their younger brother from ever stepping foot on Earth again.
However, Valentine had decided to retire from Demosthenes at the age of fifteen, and join Ender in exile as a colonist heading out to the former Formic worlds. She left Earth and headed to Command School, where the new colonists were gathering to leave to their respective planets. Ender and Valentine were selected to voyage to the first colony world of Shakespearewhere Ender would be governor. She worried about his obsession with the Formics, as well as his seeming disinterest in becoming the governor of Shakespeare.
She sought the advice of her parents, something she'd rarely done before, and was named their favorite child for doing so. She worked closely with an officer on the ship named Jarrko Kitunenwho frequently flirted with her. Valentine also got involved in a reading of the play The Tempest with several other passengers including Ender, Dorabella and Alessandra Toscano.
His evidence for such subversion was a massive ansible message from Earth. Peter had sent Valentine an encrypted message that detailed the events on their homeworld since IFcoltrans1's departure.
Once Valentine convinced Morgan that the message was not subversive and had asked Peter not to send such a large message to the ship again, the play was back on. Valentine realized through the encounter with Admiral Morgan that he was trying to usurp Ender's influence on the ship and on the planet that awaited them. This one, a history of Battle School, relied on interviews over ansible with Ender's colleagues and other Battle School graduates.
It was heralded as a great success, despite Ender's minimal involvement. Valentine noticed that he avoided discussing his experiences in the war, but was still obsessed with the Formics. Valentine had also realized that Ender was unintentionally leading Alessandra Toscano on, who had feelings for him. Once the ship arrived at Shakespeare, Valentine and the rest of the new colonists integrated themselves with the original settlers. She and Ender stayed there for two years, with Ender governing the colony and she writing a history of the Formic Wars.
At one point, Ender wrote a book about the life of the Formic Hive Queens and about the Formic Wars from their point of view.ｉｎ ｍｙ ａｒｍｓ [ender & valentine]
Valentine correctly guessed that Ender had discovered a Hive Queen on Shakespeare, but promised never to talk about it again. Ender published his book, titled The Hive Queenand Valentine included a copy of it at the end of her last volume of the Formic Wars. He asked for Ender to write a similar eulogy for his life, later titled The Hegemon. Ender opted to stay in stasis for the voyage aboard Captain Hong's ship, but Valentine decided to stay awake for the fourteen-month trip to finish her book.
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The boy believed he was the son of Achilles de Flandres due to his delusional motherand wanted to kill Andrew. Valentine tried to stop Andrew from confronting Randall, but was unsuccessful. Though Ender survived the fight and was able to turn Randall away from following in his "father's" footsteps, Valentine was angry with him for encountering the troubled boy. Randall changed his name to Arkanian Delphiki, in honor of his two biological parents.
They embarked on a voyage to another planet with Captain Hong, and Valentine continued writing her books, making Andrew promise not to get himself in danger of being killed again. Upon her arrival, Valentine learned that her book about the failed Helvetica colony was a smash hit, and she was rich from the royalties. Valentine received many fan letters on behalf of her pseudonym Demosthenes, and appreciated that people didn't realize that it was she, a young woman, to whom they were writing.
Valentine and Andrew left Sorelledolce to travel to Rov after Andrew sorted out his taxes with the help of Jane. She sought to write a biography on him, and so she and Andrew traveled to the planet. While en route, Argon was killed and the proconsul of the planet, Dabeet Ochoacalled for a Speaker for the Dead to help calm down the agitated inhabitants of the planet.
After arriving, Valentine and Andrew investigated Argon's death and his relation to the pseudo-sentient Llop. There, Andrew and Valentine were both given assignments as teachers at a local college. Because she answered her students' questions with answers and not more questions as Andrew did, Valentine was the more popular teacher.
She became pregnant with their first child, a girl later named Syftewhen Andrew told her that he was leaving for a not-so-distant planet called Lusitania. His departure was hard on Valentine as she'd spent nearly her whole life with him.
Around this time, Valentine wrote the Letter to the Framlings, establishing the Hierarchy of Foreignness used to term humans and other living creatures. The student, Pliktbecame a friend to Valentine, and tutored Syfte and their other children as they grew up. Twenty years later, it was revealed that Lusitania was going to be destroyed by the same weapon Andrew had used against the Formics three millennia earlier, the Molecular Disruption Device. Reviving her identity as Demosthenes, she exposed the plan, turning public opinion against Starways Congress.
Valentine named the atrocity the Second Xenocidedue to the fact that it would destroy the sentient Pequeninosthe natives of Lusitania. She wrote many essays as Demosthenes, trying to keep Starways Congress in check and hoping to prevent the destruction of Lusitania.
She took the opportunity to be physically close to Jakt on the journey as a reward for the sacrifices he had to make to accompany her on the mission. Miro felt that they should consider the option that Lusitania ought to be destroyed as the only means of protecting the Hundred Worlds from the Descoladaa deadly virus that has taken hold in every lifeform on Lusitania.
Valentine disagreed, planning to do all she could to prevent the destruction of the planet.