More showing, less telling. I feel like there's a really rich world inside the head of the author but the writing seemed like a sketch of that world rather than a full expression of it.
Oh dang I knew I knew that voice.
Wils rendition of Ernest Clines amazing story is one on the best audiobooks I've ever had the pleasure of listening too. The story amazing and reading superb.
Thanks Wil Wheaton and Ernest Cline wow.
I'll listen to this one again and I rarely ever do or say that.
-Pretty sure I'm a fairy
GenX- this one is for every games playing misfit. I love WW reading this, his delivery has a hint of snark and perfectly reflects how many uber gamers speak. it is a soothing and familiar tale you will listen to over and over.
I was initially wary about this book and storyline. After finishing it I have no idea why. It's immensely descriptive, inspiring, and specific. If you like fantasty/sci-fi and/or are a nerd, geek, whatever kind of vernacular you prefer, you MUST READ/LISTEN TO THIS.
Only could have been better if there was sound effects. So amazingly good that I'm depressed cause it's over and I can't listen as I walk to work and to school and to the gym. Really to everywhere!! So good!!!
This book had me completely enthralled with in the first 10 pages. Or maybe 10 minutes. Either way I loved it all the way through. My only concern was the lack of character definition from the narrator. There wasn't a tenant in flexion or true drama in the reading. Not the best performance but a wonderful book.
Really enjoyed listening to this story. I loved the references to the 80s but what made this so fun was the total uniqueness of the story. What a great imagination to come up with this story.