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Trivia-on-Book: Ready Player One: by Ernest Cline Author Ernest Cline takes his readers on an adventurous and entertaining ride to the not-so-distant future. He touches the right chords by injecting the 1980's into the plot with a fast-paced and engrossing storyline that forces the reader to toy with the idea of a virtual world's clash with the real. John Scalzi, the ren Trivia-on-Book: Ready Player One: by Ernest Cline Author Ernest Cline takes his readers on an adventurous and entertaining ride to the not-so-distant future. He touches the right chords by injecting the 1980's into the plot with a fast-paced and engrossing storyline that forces the reader to toy with the idea of a virtual world's clash with the real. John Scalzi, the renowned sci-fi writer, referred to Ready Player One as “nerdgasm”. You may have read the book, but not have liked it. You may have liked the book, but not be a fan. You may call yourself a fan, but few truly are. Are you? Trivia-on-Books is a quiz-formatted trivia on the book for readers, students, and fans alike. Whether you're looking for new materials to the book or would like to take the challenge yourself and share it with your friends and family for a time of fun, Trivia-on-Books provides a unique approach that is both insightful and educational! Features You'll Find Inside: • 30 Multiple choice questions on the book, plots, characters and author • Insightful commentary to answer every question • Complementary quiz material for yourself or your reading group • Results provided with scores to determine "status" Promising quality and value, grab your copy of Trivia-on-Books!


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Trivia-on-Book: Ready Player One: by Ernest Cline Author Ernest Cline takes his readers on an adventurous and entertaining ride to the not-so-distant future. He touches the right chords by injecting the 1980's into the plot with a fast-paced and engrossing storyline that forces the reader to toy with the idea of a virtual world's clash with the real. John Scalzi, the ren Trivia-on-Book: Ready Player One: by Ernest Cline Author Ernest Cline takes his readers on an adventurous and entertaining ride to the not-so-distant future. He touches the right chords by injecting the 1980's into the plot with a fast-paced and engrossing storyline that forces the reader to toy with the idea of a virtual world's clash with the real. John Scalzi, the renowned sci-fi writer, referred to Ready Player One as “nerdgasm”. You may have read the book, but not have liked it. You may have liked the book, but not be a fan. You may call yourself a fan, but few truly are. Are you? Trivia-on-Books is a quiz-formatted trivia on the book for readers, students, and fans alike. Whether you're looking for new materials to the book or would like to take the challenge yourself and share it with your friends and family for a time of fun, Trivia-on-Books provides a unique approach that is both insightful and educational! Features You'll Find Inside: • 30 Multiple choice questions on the book, plots, characters and author • Insightful commentary to answer every question • Complementary quiz material for yourself or your reading group • Results provided with scores to determine "status" Promising quality and value, grab your copy of Trivia-on-Books!

52 review for Ernest Cline's Ready Player One - For Fans (Trivia-On-Books)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Asha Mohun

    'Ready player One' is a science fiction/fantasy, funny thriller by Ernest Cline...his first novel. In this novel, author celebrates online culture, his obsession towards teenage life of 1980s, his love life, celebrities, pop culture of 1980s and so on. He tries to bridge the generation gap between the years 1980s and the present. Story: The story takes place in a future world from 2039 onwards... A depressed young boy, named Wade Owen Watts, often wants to be in a virtual world than real (like ot 'Ready player One' is a science fiction/fantasy, funny thriller by Ernest Cline...his first novel. In this novel, author celebrates online culture, his obsession towards teenage life of 1980s, his love life, celebrities, pop culture of 1980s and so on. He tries to bridge the generation gap between the years 1980s and the present. Story: The story takes place in a future world from 2039 onwards... A depressed young boy, named Wade Owen Watts, often wants to be in a virtual world than real (like others) to escape the terrible life affected by overpopulation, unemployment, energy shortages and other issues. He used to log on to a 'virtual reality multiplayer video game' called 'The Oasis', where any one can become what they want in a virtual reality. One day in 2039 this VR game 'Oasis' founder billionaire James Halliday (he calls himself as Anorak) dies suffering from cancer, without s heir. His will... a video called “Anorak’s Invitation” is released after his death. In this video, Halliday challenges all Oasis players to hunt his treasure called 'Easter Egg' within 'The Oasis', finding 3 keys and unlock 3 gates, by solving 1980s related riddles, puzzles, clues, scattered throughout his creation... a game within the game! The first person who solves all these various riddles, finds 3 keys and hunts Halliday's easter egg will inherit his entire estate/fortune. On hearing this contest, Wade Watts gets into action...started searching for clues in the Oasis. After 5 years of playing as his avatar Parzival (his Oasis name), Watts finds the first key, the Copper Key, inside the Tomb of Horrors. There he meets Art3mis, a young blogger/warrior latter his love interest...heroine of this novel. (Her real world name is Samantha Evelyn Cook). Wade Watts bonds with Art3mis and three other avatars/gunters/egg hunters. They become known as the High Five. (Characters are called avatars in oasis game world and they don't know each other). With the excitement of finding the 1st key, Wade Watts starts a race for the easter egg. This results in his struggles/adventures with his corporate rivals, who plan to kill him, for the information he has. His rivals will go to any lengths to get the money... both in the real world and in the virtual world Oasis... which leads to the change in Watt's life forever. Warner Brothers got the rights of filming this novel. The movie is to be directed and produced by Steven Spielberg, screen play by the author himself and will be released on 30th March 2018.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Helena Laosa

    Cuando varias personas te recomiendan leerte un libro sabes que no vas a encontrarte algo malo y ese es el caso con "Ready Player One". Desde principio a fin me ha mantenido enganchada, siempre con el "venga, un capítulo más" antes de soltarlo porque había que dormir. Lectura ágil, rápida, con muy buen ritmo, unos personajes interesantes y, habiendo nacido en los 80, un plus con todas esas referencias (aunque alguna se me escapara, claro) y otro porque siendo videojugadora, toda la estructura de Cuando varias personas te recomiendan leerte un libro sabes que no vas a encontrarte algo malo y ese es el caso con "Ready Player One". Desde principio a fin me ha mantenido enganchada, siempre con el "venga, un capítulo más" antes de soltarlo porque había que dormir. Lectura ágil, rápida, con muy buen ritmo, unos personajes interesantes y, habiendo nacido en los 80, un plus con todas esas referencias (aunque alguna se me escapara, claro) y otro porque siendo videojugadora, toda la estructura del libro y el juego dentro de él me han encantado. Si no le doy la quinta estrella es por la pequeña sensación de deus ex machina en algún momento de la historia, pero sin duda, un libro que yo también recomendaré.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shelley Fitzgerald

    derivative drive

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jana Denardo

    It made this 80s gamer girl happy

  5. 5 out of 5

    Benedict Wong

    Thrilling, fast-paced page turner. A must read for every video game nerd!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    A good old-fashioned sci-fi story. Very enjoyable. Now I should pick up the next book in the series!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tim Kisling

    The book Ready Player One is the best book I have ever read. I give this book five stars. Ernest Cline did an amazing job at making the main character (Wade) easy to connect to. Like Wade I have I hide out, away from the sorrows and griefs in life. The descriptions in the book and the attention to detail are fantastic. “I walked to the edge of the pile, and after a quick glance around to make sure a wasn’t being watched ar followed I turned sideways to squeeze through a gap between two crushed c The book Ready Player One is the best book I have ever read. I give this book five stars. Ernest Cline did an amazing job at making the main character (Wade) easy to connect to. Like Wade I have I hide out, away from the sorrows and griefs in life. The descriptions in the book and the attention to detail are fantastic. “I walked to the edge of the pile, and after a quick glance around to make sure a wasn’t being watched ar followed I turned sideways to squeeze through a gap between two crushed cars. From there I ducked, clambered, and sidestepped my way farther and farther into the ramshackle mountain of twisted metal”.-page 24. This book details every kid’s fantasy, a rags to riches story taking place almost entirely within a virtual video game world. Wade is a clever, enterprising, focused young man, obsessed with winning, whose diligence pays off in the end. Who wouldn’t want to be Wade? I highly recommend this book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy Ivey

    I really do not read much science fiction. Actually, I only read science fiction when I am forced to read it (usually at the suggestion of my friend, Belinda)! One of the many wonderful perks of being part of a book club (or three book clubs!) is that you read books that you may never have read otherwise. This is one of those books. This book is futuristic. This book is about 80s trivia. This book is about video games. And I highly recommend it...even if you do not like futuristic stories or 80s I really do not read much science fiction. Actually, I only read science fiction when I am forced to read it (usually at the suggestion of my friend, Belinda)! One of the many wonderful perks of being part of a book club (or three book clubs!) is that you read books that you may never have read otherwise. This is one of those books. This book is futuristic. This book is about 80s trivia. This book is about video games. And I highly recommend it...even if you do not like futuristic stories or 80s trivia or video games!! You will love this story! The writing is excellent, and the story is intriguing. I absolutely loved it. Thanks, Belinda!!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    You need to be pretty keen on 80's culture to get the most out of this book - I am, so no problem, but I was still amazed by how much difference there was between US 80's and UK/Scotland 80's. Kept my interest all the way through, and despite some tricky moments it was ultimately a satisfying and enjoyable read! You need to be pretty keen on 80's culture to get the most out of this book - I am, so no problem, but I was still amazed by how much difference there was between US 80's and UK/Scotland 80's. Kept my interest all the way through, and despite some tricky moments it was ultimately a satisfying and enjoyable read!

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    roblox fan (search salmonsamuel )

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