Review of Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The portrayal of Japanese people in Ready Player One is severely clichéd. Everyone is bowing constantly and saying, 'You have honour.' That aspect of the book could have been improved.
That said, the story itself is engaging, and the characters are likeable. The plot was well worked out and had enough twists and turns to keep me on the edge of my seat, wanting to know what happens next. That's not an easy thing to achieve. The book is well thought out, and has an interesting story line. There were some interesting concepts introduced, and the virtual world called OASIS was detailed and credible. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Ready Player One. It is an accomplished first novel and worthy of a five star rating.
I would recommend this book to anyone who grew up in the eighties and has a history of geekiness. Amazon
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