I don't know what to expect with this, but it came highly recommended. The story was great, I loved the nerdy references, and Wheaton did a great job with the delivery. Getting Armada because I liked this so much.
Say something about yourself!
Absolutely. I started recommending it before I ended it. Great story line. LOVE the 80s references.
Parzival. Who doesn't love a hero?
It took me a little bit to get used to Wil's voice, but in the end it was a great listen and Wil did a good job acting out the various parts.
Will Wheaton was awesome. I laughed when I heard him say his own name in the book. I reveled in all the old references and games of the era. It very much made me relive some of the best moments of my youth. I definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to know how much work that went into the games in the 80s.
This book finally met my standards, I've read hundreds, if not thousands of books, and of those, only about 20 or so were worth 5 stars. Without giving anything away, this book is about a world that has given up on reality, and spend most of their waking hours in "the Oasis" a virtual world.
Not the "sword art online" type of virtual world, just normal (ish) virtual reality.
The creator of this world dies, and in his will, reveals a hint that he has an Easter egg in his game, if someone finds it, they get his fortune, and ownership of the oasis.
Long story short? Read the book.