Ready Player One
A NovelBook - 2011
Virtual reality -- Fiction.
Utopias -- Fiction.
Puzzles -- Fiction.
From Library Staff
sarahbru17 Mar 19, 2018
Overall, I enjoyed getting into a videogame-based sci-fi. I love gaming, so I'm all in for an immersive virtual reality. I liked the challenges; the plot was structured very similarly to Goblet of Fire, so that was a familiar but fun trope.
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AshleyF2008 Jan 10, 2018
Ready Player One has an interesting premise and interesting history. However, those things fall apart in dense info dumps and a "Mary Sue" protagonist. Anything Wade needs to accomplish, he is an expert at, even in those moments when others are seemingly more clever and resourceful. Onl... Read More »
Also a motion picture (March 2018)
From the critics
AgeAdd Age Suitability
black_tiger_591 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 30
blue_panda_5160 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 46
white_gorilla_48 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over
LoganLib_Michael thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over
blue_hummingbird_329 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over
Coarse Language: By the 2nd page, there is already some coarse language, but not extremely bad
Coarse Language: Corse language infrequent but makes this book unsuitable for under 13 years.
SummaryAdd a Summary
This kid is very poor and very alone. Being in this virtual world allows him to escape. He grows up in this society that is falling apart and only wants to find fortune. He stumbles upon his first clue into a puzzle everyone else has given up on. It leads into the most adventurous roller coaster of a lifetime, with plenty of retro 80's to go along with it.