Ready Player One by Ernest Cline PDF ePUB MOBI
Ready Player One, The bestselling cult classic—soon to be a major motion picture directed by Steven Spielberg.
In the year 2045, the truth is a monstrous place. The main time adolescent Wade Watts truly feels invigorated is the point at which he’s jacked into the virtual ideal world known as the OASIS. Swim’s dedicated his life to concentrate the riddles covered up inside this present world’s advanced limits—baffles that depend on their maker’s fixation on the popular culture of decades past and that guarantee huge influence and fortune to whoever can open them.
In any case, when Wade discovers the main piece of information, he gets himself assailed by players willing to slaughter to take this extreme prize. The race is on, and if Wade will survive, he’ll need to win—and stand up to this present reality he’s dependably been so edgy to get away.
“The science-fiction writer John Scalzi has aptly referred to READY PLAYER ONE as a “nerdgasm” [and] there can be no better one-word description of this ardent fantasy artifact about fantasy culture…But Mr. Cline is able to incorporate his favorite toys and games into a perfectly accessible narrative.”—Janet Maslin, The New York Times
“The grown-up’s ‘Harry Potter’…the mystery and fantasy in this novel weaves itself in the most delightful way, and the details that make up Mr. Cline’s world are simply astounding. READY PLAYER ONE has it all.”—Huffington Post
“Gorgeously geeky, superbly entertaining, this really is a spectacularly successful debut.”—Daily Mail (UK)
“Triggers memories and emotions embedded in the psyche of a generation…[Cline crafts] a fresh and imaginative world from our old toy box, and finds significance in there among the collectibles. A-”—Entertainment Weekly
( March 29, 1972) is an American novelist, spoken-word artist, and screenwriter. He is generally celebrated for his novels Ready Player One and Armada; he likewise co-composed the screenplay of Ready Player One’s upcoming film adaptation by Steven Spielberg.
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