Houston, Kuwait, Oil, listen, be good, get happy!
sold performance for Wil as usual
Original concept entirely for the typical sifi arena, though it similar in fundamentals to the Sword Art online Japaneses anime is some ways. lot of fun though
The overall story of Ready Player One was really exciting, and fulfilling, but Wil Wheaton's performance was heartfelt, and easy to listen to. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel.
This in one of the best books I've "read" in a long time. The story is very captivating and keeps the readers interest the entire time. I would recommend this book to anyone that would listen. Plus it's narrated by Wil freaking Wheaton.
The story itself was interesting, but it becomes rather repetitive. I am all for obsessive pop-culture consumption, but this goes a bit too far for my interests. This story is the typical hero's journey laced with constant reference to 1980's video games, music, movies, and tech.
I liked the playoff between the 1980's iconic pop culture themes and the real life dissipation setting.
Haven't listened to any other Will Wheaton performances, but will look for some now!
It will be interesting to see what Spielberg does with this on film.
I love this book. It's one of those books that when you start to listen, you won't stop until it's done. You will be listening to it in your car, while cooking, while exercising, just any chance you get.
A great suspense story of digital adventures that has something for everyone. Even though I didn't grow up with a lot of what the games the book references it's definitely I a book I would recommend