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10 thoughts on “Ready Player One

  1. says:

    I originally gave this book 3 stars as harmless lightweight fun but my opinion of it declined as time went by Then after rea

  2. says:

    This book is a geek fantasy A nerd utopia Speaking as a formerly addicted World of Warcraft player among others I loved itI believe you can tell the author's passion from what he's written and it is clear from this book th

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    For most of the first half of this book I was unimpressed The writing was flat and the story was unremarkable The book gets hype because of its pervasive use of 1980s popular culture particularly its references to science fiction fantasy and video games The problem was that most of these references served no purpose Something would be describ

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    ETA At the risk of getting this attention by editing it I'm no longer responding to comments made on this review It's four

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    I got to read an ARC of this and it appealed to every geeky part of me I'll probably write a blog about it later but for now a brief review Simply said? This book was fucking awesome

  6. says:

    That one star is probably misleadingI thought this was going to be a 4 5 star book for a good portion of the time I spent reading it The 80s pop culture references are so pervasive and so relevant to my life that at times the book f

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    Back in 2011 Ready Player One was perhaps the year's most well reviewed book It received glowing commendations from the likes of NPR The New York Times Wired John Scalzi Patrick Rothfuss and many many It maintains a 43 average score on Goodreadscom a significant accomplishment given its 20000 reviews and you'd be hard pressed to fin

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    WARNING UNPOPULAR OPINION BECAUSE I DIDN'T FUCKING LIKE READY PLAYER ONEanyone I saw writing a negative review

  9. says:

    ladies and gentlemen from this day this book is my life and I will obsess over it constantly

  10. says:

    This book is nostalgia porn If you grew up in the 80s enjoy video games or go crazy for popular culture you will devour this one I was supposed to be reading this with a friend but I couldn’t stop I read the beginning and thought “what’s the big deal with everyone’s obsession?” Then Ernest Cline got his meat hooks into me and I read it while I was making dinner while I was eating dinner and then afterward un

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Read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È Ernest Cline

Ed his life to studying the puzzles hidden within this world's digital confines puzzles that are based on their creator's obsession with the pop culture of decades past and that promise massive power and fortune to whoever can unlock them But wh. ETA At the risk of getting this attention by editing it I m no longer responding to comments made on this review It s four years old and while I stand by what I wrote I m not interested in discussing it either positively or negatively And I m really glad they made it into a movieSo disappointing The premise of a treasure hunt inside a gigantic immersive online environment is interesting I like the idea of the people of 2044 being fixated on 80s culture for clues to solving the puzzle The execution simply doesn t live up to the promise The writing goes like this interestinginterestinginterestingINFODUMP interesti BIGGER INFODUMPand so forth I honestly don t know who the intended audience is The author overexplains all the 80s references as if he expects readers to be too young or too disconnected from geek culture not to get them but my experience with SF fandom is that no element of fandom howev

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Ready Player One

Librarian's note An alternate cover edition can be found hereIN THE YEAR Ready Player PDF or reality is an ugly place The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he's jacked into the virtual utopia known as the OASIS Wade's devot. This book is a geek fantasy A nerd utopia Speaking as a formerly addicted World of Warcraft player among others I loved itI believe you can tell the author s passion from what he s written and it is clear from this book that Ernest Cline is a fellow gamer and geek I salute him His ardor for games is so clearly felt within this book A fellow fangirlfanboy can sniff out a fake one like a dead fish within a Bath and Body Works ok that may be a bad example but you catch my drift Ernest Cline is a real deal fanboy I salute you sirThis book is for fanboys and fangirls There are those who don t like it There are those who feel that there are needless references inserted solely for a wink and a nudge from the author to the reader To those people I say SO WHAT I welcomed those references It makes me feel good because I know what they are Is there something wrong with feeling good and getting an innocent gi

Read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È Ernest Cline

En Wade stumbles upon the first clue he finds himself beset by players willing to kill to take this ultimate prize The race is on and if Wade's going to survive he'll have to win and confront the real world he's always been so desperate to escap. WARNING UNPOPULAR OPINION BECAUSE I DIDN T FUCKING LIKE READY PLAYER ONEanyone I saw writing a negative review for this got like abused in their comments BUT Im going for it anyway unmarked spoilers ahead ft appearances from the voices of adele and beyonce sum up Ready Player One in a single word wankyreplace with that 400 page book which used 80s references to condescend people not invested in that culture was incomparably wankyokay I m going to start with the good stuff the worldbuilding around the OASIS and the setting was really good I thought that the way that OASIS was built described and functioned within this world was very well thought out and clever It was definitely something high tech enough to be interesting but also realistic enough to be plausible The setting in 2044 and the way the Earthliving standards are set up are well thought out The other tech industry was a good villa