Best Read [Ernest Cline Wil Wheaton] ↠ Ready Player One || [Cookbooks Book] PDF ↠

  • Title: Ready Player One
  • Author: Ernest Cline Wil Wheaton
  • ISBN: 9780307913159
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Audiobook

  • At once wildly original and stuffed with irresistible nostalgia, READY PLAYER ONE is a spectacularly genre busting, ambitious, and charming debut part quest novel, part love story, and part virtual space opera set in a universe where spell slinging mages battle giant Japanese robots, entire planets are inspired by Blade Runner, and flying DeLoreans achieve light speed.It sAt once wildly original and stuffed with irresistible nostalgia, READY PLAYER ONE is a spectacularly genre busting, ambitious, and charming debut part quest novel, part love story, and part virtual space opera set in a universe where spell slinging mages battle giant Japanese robots, entire planets are inspired by Blade Runner, and flying DeLoreans achieve light speed.It s the year 2044, and the real world is an ugly place Like most of humanity, Wade Watts escapes his grim surroundings by spending his waking hours jacked into the OASIS, a sprawling virtual utopia that lets you be anything you want to be, a place where you can live and play and fall in love on any of ten thousand planets And like most of humanity, Wade dreams of being the one to discover the ultimate lottery ticket that lies concealed within this virtual world For somewhere inside this giant networked playground, OASIS creator James Halliday has hidden a series of fiendish puzzles that will yield massive fortune and remarkable power to whoever can unlock them For years, millions have struggled fruitlessly to attain this prize, knowing only that Halliday s riddles are based in the pop culture he loved that of the late twentieth century And for years, millions have found in this quest another means of escape, retreating into happy, obsessive study of Halliday s icons Like many of his contemporaries, Wade is as comfortable debating the finer points of John Hughes s oeuvre, playing Pac Man, or reciting Devo lyrics as he is scrounging power to run his OASIS rig.And then Wade stumbles upon the first puzzle.Suddenly the whole world is watching, and thousands of competitors join the hunt among them certain powerful players who are willing to commit very real murder to beat Wade to this prize Now the only way for Wade to survive and preserve everything he knows is to win But to do so, he may have to leave behind his oh so perfect virtual existence and face up to life and love in the real world he s always been so desperate to escape A world at stake.A quest for the ultimate prize.Are you ready
    Ernest Cline Wil Wheaton
    ERNEST CLINE is a novelist, screenwriter, father, and full time geek His first novel, Ready Player One, was a New York Times and USA Today bestseller, appeared on numerous best of the year lists, and is set to be adapted into a motion picture by Warner Bros and director Steven Spielberg His second novel, ARMADA, debuted at 4 on the NYT Bestseller list and is being made into a film by Universal Pictures Ernie lives in Austin, Texas, with his family, a time traveling DeLorean, and a large collection of classic video games.


    I originally gave this book 3 stars as harmless lightweight fun, but my opinion of it declined as time went by. Then after reading Armada I fully realized what a talentless one-trick hack that Cline really is so I changed this rating. Plus, his outraged hardcore fans kept coming on here and telling me that I missed the point since I didn't give it 5 stars so I might as well give them something to really be mad about. If you're one of those Cline fans who wants to whine about it in the comments I [...]

    William Cline
    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 described by pointing out its resemblance to something from a film or television show—a particularly annoying form of "telling, rather than showing" giv [...]

    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.

    Melissa McShane
    So 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:interestinginterestinginterestingINFODUMPinteresti-BIGGER INFODUMPd 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 b [...]

    Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies
    This book is a geek fantasy. A nerd utopia. Speaking as a formerly addicted World of Warcraft player (among others), I loved it.I 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 fangirl/fanboy 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). Erne [...]

    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 until I’d finished it. I think I am just a few years shy of this books [...]

    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 felt like it been written specifically for me. (The love interest is described as being like Jordan, from Real Geniusc'mon!)But.All of the Star Wars, Ferris Bueller, and Highlander references in the world can't hide that this story is at best, empty, and at worst, u [...]

    Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    NERDGASM!!!!!!! Video games, movies and music from the 80's!My teenage years were spent during the 80's. I look through the pictures that were taken at that time and realize we could have been called a cheesy generation. This book saves us. This book makes us cool.I actually wanted to revisit those times after reading this book. It's not deep literature but it is pure fun. I smiled and cheered so many times reading Wade's story, even though you know how the book is going to end it is still a pop [...]

    Jeffrey Keeten
    "I'm not crazy about reality, but it's still the only place to get a decent meal." Groucho MarxThe middle school I attended was a 1930s WPA project that by the 1970s was a lethal cocktail of toxic mold from the water leaks and cancer causing asbestos. I'm hoping, since several decades have passed, that all the nasty microbes I inhaled while conjugating verbs and wrestling with algebra have long since been frog marched out of my body. I was a rural kid and had to wait for the bus to come pick me [...]

    Ready Player One is a Fiction/YA/Dystopian hybrid that takes place in the year 2044 where our world is suffering from global energy crisis and everyone needs a means to escape from this harsh truth. This is where OASIS, a genius MMORPG utopia created by James Halliday arrived as the solution to their need for escapism. I’d be lying to myself if I said this book isn’t something that’s written for me. The whole concept and tributes featured in this book are exactly my thoughts and hobbies of [...]

    Catriona (LittleBookOwl)
    I just kinda wanna cry right now. I'll have a proper review at some point, but I gotta let myself recoverDEO REVIEW: youtube/watch?v=9hxa4

    Marie Lu
    This reached into the gamer part of my heart and gave it a big piece of red velvet cake. :)

    let me get the gripes out of the way first, because despite overall being a fun, escapist book, there are things that rankle.i have a crush on the 80's (not an obsession, mind you, but a crush. when i was little i managed to simultaneously want to make out with both jon cryer and molly ringwald and to this day depeche mode's album black celebration soothes many sorrows a book that revolves around 80's pop culture sounded like my kind of thing, even if a lot of the references are video game relat [...]

    Don't hate meease.But I'm pretty sure I didn't like this one as much as most of my friends. I'm guessing the 80's were super rad n' all to a lot of people, but I don't remember them being all that amazing.Granted, I was only 10 in 1985, but stillI passed my middle school years during this tubular time period. Ick.Most of what I recall involved a mushroom cloud of hairspray (centered around bangs), lots of plastic bracelets, and tons of really loud colors.Not that there's anything wrong with that [...]

    Rick (from Another Book Blog)
    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 more. It maintains a 4.3 average score on (a significant accomplishment given its 20,000+ reviews), and you'd be hard pressed to find a negative review in any major publication.In no way can I make any sense of this. Please believe what I am about to write, as it is not even close to hyp [...]

    I found myself smiling frequently while reading this. Willy Wonka meets The Matrix in the near future online game age. I almost typed video age and that would date me back in the 1980s, but that would be OK too. Like James Halliday, I was a teenager in the late eighties and so Ready Player One by Ernest Cline has a special place for me. I played Dungeons and Dragons (I was even dungeon master for a Tomb of Horrors campaign) I played coin operated video games, I obviously dig science fiction and [...]

    Dan Schwent
    In the dystopian future of 2044, the world is going down the crapper and many people spend most of their free time playing OASIS, an online virtual reality game, sifting through every minute detail of the creator's life, for whomever unravels a series of riddles James Halliday left behind inherits it all. Will teenager Wade Watts be the one?As I've said in the past, every once in a while a reader will unearth a book that feels as if it was written especially for them. For me, Ready Player One is [...]

    THIS. WAS. SO. FREAKING. COOL.emmareadstoomuch.wordpressOkay. Okay okay okay. So. This book, I would say, is the following mix: video games + ’80s culture + sci-fi + semi-dystopia + general nerdiness. Excluding the latter, I am not interested in any of those things.BUT DAMN IF I DIDN’T LOVE THIS BOOK.Okay. I’m sorry. I’m trying to calm myself down enough to write a review.Was this book perfect? No. Sometimes it was dumb, or confusing, or slow, or overly complex, or not complex enough. Bu [...]

    James Trevino
    So you know that time when you read a really good book and then, for some reason, you wait forever to make a review, so the little things that would've made your review 'spicy' are gone from memory?It's one of those times!And you know that time when you are writing a review and you are almost done and you accidentally delete it? It's also one of those times! Yep!Now, for short, if you don't feel like reading the rest of the review (trust me, you have better things to do with your time), I LOVED [...]

    WOOT, WOOT and UBER WOOT all you MMORPGers, this book is the perfect calm down, happy face diversion next time you find yourself offline and frustrated because:** you’re stuck medding back in a safe zone after nearly being ganked by some douchey griefers who jumped your camp site when the mob you were going to farm spawned so they could kill steal it and abscond with your loot; or maybe ** some group of questing ubers turned asshat and refused to let your alt join them so you could PL by leech [...]

    There's this conceit that keeps popping up in sci-fi dystopia novels that it is only a matter of time before we will all be glued to our virtual reality goggles 24 hours a day as elaborate MMPORPGs slowly take over the world.I think this is stupid. No matter how increasingly ubiquitous computers become, I just don't foresee Second Life replacing the first one (FarmVille may have replaced actual farming, but that conversation involves a lecture on government subsidies that I just don't have time [...]

    To see my full review please visit my blog @ readrantrockandroll/2017/This was my first buddy read with the one and only *Craig* and what a pleasure this was. I’d like to thank Craig for reading this one with me. Craig always makes me smile and this was fun!I’m not even sure where to start with my review. I was highly anticipating this book for some time after seeing so many 5 star reviews and awesome comments, but the book was just a “like” and I wasn’t overly impressed like I thought [...]

    April (Aprilius Maximus)

    OH HOHOHOHOHO THIS BOOK WAS GOOOOOOODIt was so different from anything else I've ever read and it put my knowledge of 80s movies, Dungeons and Dragons, and Monty Python to good use! Honestly, read this. Just do it.

    WOW !!! (Pun intended, if you what I meant ;) )Charlie and the Chocolate Factory meets The Big Bang Theory meets TRON (raised to the nth power(TRON, I mean)).The most clear appealing to read this novel is obviously the insane quantity of geek references, mostly to 80's era (and some of 70's too), so maybe people who aren't geek (don't worry, nobody is perfect) may be feel alienated and/or not interested to read this book. I can't deny the advantage of being a geek, specially raised in the now cl [...]

    Alex Farrand
    Ready Player One is about a futuristic, catastrophic earth, and the only bit of happiness that the human species can have is to escape. Fly off to a different planet that has a life source? No, but elude reality. Escape into a virtual video game called OASIS. After the OASIS creator dies, life on OASIS changes everyone. The last will and testament of James Halliday, the creator, is to have a contest of the ages to gain his power and fortune. The main character Wade Watts devotes his life to win [...]

    "And then one night, like a complete idiot, I told her how I felt."THANK YOU my friend Coment, for giving me book -in the pool- no less! .I enjoyed the unique romance: "I love this song!" [ME TOO."Time After Time", by Cyndi Lauper].Art3mis shouted.Her eyes darted toward the dance floor. I looked at her uncertainly. "What's wrong?" she said with mock sympathy. "Can't a boy dance?" "She abruptly locked into the beat, bobbing her head, gyrating her hips. Then she pushed off from the floor with both [...]

    Mohammed Arabey
    رواية مختلفة، مثيرة سريعة، جذبتني كما لم تفعل رواية خيال علمي أخرينقلتني لديستوبيا مستقبلية، بها الكثير من الواقع المؤسف الحزين بحق الذي نعيشهوهربت منها الي يوتوبيا إفتراضية، عالم الكتروني محاكي للواقعفيسبوك ثلاثي الأبعاد"قل لي هل سمعت عن الهيكيكوموري؟؟ المتقوقعون؟"في ل [...]

    Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads
    Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsI've heard, you've probably heard, HELL, most people who read some variation of SFF have heard that READY PLAYER ONE is freaking amazing b/c it's swarming with '80s pop culture/nerd references.And it is. Absolutely.But even though I've had the book for years, I only recently got around to picking it up (and only b/c impromptu roadtripping with Husband, and sacrifices must be made when trying to find a book we'll both have a shot at liking), b/c as much fondness as I have [...]

    Hugh Howey
    I had the feeling while reading this book that it was written expressly for me. This is my childhood captured. And since it was an insular and introverted childhood, it felt unique. It wasn't connected with Facebook. I had no idea that I was legion. And so I imagine many other readers felt the same sensation of having a book speak directly to their most private memories and moments. And what could be more cherished than that? It was like having a videogame written for you. Or being able to be ca [...]

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