I'm gonna be real. This is a fucking terrible book. The main character is a total Mary Sue, and the fact that he can beat a multinational company with the power of 80s trivia is absurd. The evil corporation doesn't have access to fucking 80s movies? Even evil CEOs are capable of watching Mad Max.
... And yet, I still really enjoyed this book. Something about the absurdity of this VR 80s MMO adventure was super fun to read, even if it was basically the equivalent of a harlequin romance novel with X-Wings and D&D modules.
What did you guys think of it?
I thought the only movie of the book'd come in 2018???
It's not literature, but it was a fun book. I liked it. Probably going to see the movie with some friends.
I'm guessing you're referring to her mass story rating list in one day.
Not really difficult to do with a lot of those stories since they're on the shorter side. You can usually go through a lot of those type of stories like that.
Am I real? What is reality?
I'm just trying to get enough points to enter the contest.
This is probably the worst way to introduce myself, but I personally really liked Ready Player One. Poor idea, great execution, if that makes any sense. The ending, however, was about as abrupt and poetic as a seven-year-old's original One Direction fanfiction.