Ready Player One

Ernest Cline

( 2011 ) ISBN: 9788876383441

Much like the 80s, the book started so so, had a great middle, and a rushed movie ending. The dystopian setting with the virtual reality escape made for a great back and forth. The social and economic commentary on corporations vs hackers was a bit too obvious. If you've played an MMPORPG, the virtual reality explanations will be a bit tacky, if not you'll be amazed by what the future holds. The ending felt a bit rushed, this would have made a better series, but it's an interesting and nostalgic read.


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