Read this at the request of my daughter, and very glad I did. Wonderful narrative that evokes a spectrum of emotion and really makes you think. Four stars instead of five only because I thought it ended a little too abruptly - felt a bit unfinished.
If there were such a thing as comfort food that's good for you, that would be the closest analogy to reading a Lencioni business fable. Goes down smooth and leaves you satisfied. Just like all his books, the narrative is engaging and packed with great lessons. I would rank this book right up there with "Death by Meeting" and "Silos" as my favorite Lencioni titles, although every one of his books is a quality work.
If you grew up in the late 70s or early 80s and owned an Atari game console, or played Dungeons & Dragons, you will love this book. If you meet all of those criteria, this will be one of your favorite books of all time. Plot is not at all predictable, character development is robust, and action is nonstop. I couldn't put it down, and finished the book wanting more. There are lots of good novels, and a few truly great ones. Ready Player One is the latter.
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