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Hello, everyone. Roll call time! This book is bad. WHAT IF THIS IS NEVER FUN FOR EVEN ONE MOMENT? WHAT THEN? Just kidding. Be warned, angry men.
But anyway, back to the garbage fire. A SEQUEL. Of fictional technology. It made me want to scoop my brain out with a melon baller.
Already regretting how gross that mental image is, but I simply must speak my truth. When we skip past the worldbuilding, we FINALLY!!! Not better.
Once we get to the actual plot, it constantly interrupts itself to info-dump, give more nonsense explanations, and build up romantic relationships NO ONE CARES ABOUT!!!
The entire reason the first book is fun is because it is almost all action. This is Because the quest itself is somehow never the focal point?
Even the clues and riddles and tasks the story does focus on seem to be the most boring ones. Or people who actually read that section would feel that way, I imagine.
I skimmed the hell out of it. Our main character, Wade, is super selfish and a dumbass and it sucks to read about.
To put it, you know, bluntly. In the first book he can be hard to like, but I liked him, because he was dedicated and single-minded and determined and had a development arc I found compelling.
Also he was doing interesting things. In this, he has all of the stamina, backbone, and critical thinking skills of a Build-a-Bear trademark.
And not one of the ones you can put a voicebox in. To me, it sounds good. Wade has two friends who, unsurprisingly, seem pretty uninterested in being his friend.
Who would be? I said God damn, Shoto! Enough said, no? I love a girl who is a full-on snooze. CATCH ME OUT HERE BEING: FURIOUS. WHAT IS HAPPENING.
WHY IS THIS BOOK BEING BROUGHT INTO EXISTENCE. WHO ASKED. GIVE IT A SECOND BOOK. JUST TELL ME. I'M NOT MAD. I JUST WANNA TALK. BUT I'M NOT GOING TO BE HAPPY ABOUT IT.
View all comments. Christy Best. Feb 04, PM. Rachael Juliette Bra-fucking-O. This review was better written than the book. Overall this book is fun but so disappointing it hurts.
Wade Watts has become unrecognizable, the countless subplots make it hard to really feel invested in the story at large and the ending was just RP1 4ever.
View all 38 comments. Abbey Phelps Viren wrote: "It doesn't look like you really gave it a chance. First maybe 80 pages it's a bit rough.
Cline focuses way too much on how Wade has beco Viren wrote: "It doesn't look like you really gave it a chance.
Cline focuses way too much on how Wade has become Jaded after 3yrs but he loops back to that and it's the gr I have never yelled at a book until this one.
Jul 09, Chelsea Humphrey marked it as dnf-lost-interest. View all 43 comments. Time to rant. I got a huge kick out of its predecessor, Ready Player One , even if it often read like the reiteration of Wikipedia pages of the s trivia.
Yes, it was a trivia-laden wish fulfillment, but it appealed to our human instinct of rooting for an GAME. Yes, it was a trivia-laden wish fulfillment, but it appealed to our human instinct of rooting for an underdog against soulless evil.
And since it led to a successful although seriously dumbed down movie and probably loads of cash for the creator of this world, we all knew the sequel was to come, and by Hollywood rules anyone could have predicted the most likely title.
Of course it would be Ready Player TWO. The entire OASIS is like one giant graveyard, haunted by the undead pop-culture icons of a bygone era.
One is to develop the world and the characters further, take risks, push boundaries. The other is to try to please the fans by sticking to the same exact formula that netted you success.
He turned to me. That one. Whether it makes sense or not, the point is to tediously recreate yet another quest for magical objects based on the poorly rhymed riddles made from beyond the grave by an oddball OASIS creator James Halliday and grounded in obscure s trivia , with the same band of characters as before and the quest to get the girl.
Even if all that seemingly was already achieved by the end of the first book. No problem. A few plot contrivances will still get us the quest with all the above, with riding into the sunset with the girl included.
And hero worship, for the wish fulfillment pleasure. In this one, however, we get Wade 2. Then I sued the band for defamation and bankrupted each of its members.
Which, of course, only made the public hate me even more. If someone talked shit about me, I found them and killed their avatar.
I justified violating her right to privacy as an OASIS user the way I always did—by telling myself it was necessary.
I was curious about who L0hengrin was in the real world. And I had the ability to find out. So I did. There were ten wide-angle surveillance cameras mounted on the exterior of each ONI headset, which allowed the wearer to keep an eye on their body and its surroundings from inside the OASIS.
Meaning I had the ability to spy on people in their homes. But these were exceptional circumstances, I assured myself. Exist inside their skin. Live short, heavily curated fragments of far more glamorous lives.
And who could blame them? The ridiculous quest itself is now artificially compressed to 12 hours, so there is no time to think and logically work out the clues the quest in the last book, in case you forgot, takes about a year to complete.
With the time crunch Wade always very conveniently has a sidekick or two who not only instantly figure out the clue and the very first clue he actually buys, Sixers-like, for a billion dollars from an adoring fan but also apparently have already excelled at relevant quests at some point off-page and therefore are able to just walk Wade right through them, screaming directions at him and preemptively grabbing all the quest items and artifacts that they already know will be needed.
Wade is really unnecessary here and contributes almost nothing. Which is why, I assume, they were written the way they were. For an easier adaptation to eventual future screenplay.
And the petulant childish gagillionnaire gets to live ever after in bliss view spoiler [no, seriously, spoiler - if you care view spoiler [literally ever after, through digital immortality that he so conveniently gets to use — although, of course, it had been developed for his use by Halliday hide spoiler ] hide spoiler ].
Seriously, I got quite bored reading two whole pages of a literal arcade game walkthrough. It seems like a poorly-done fanfic of the first book, really.
Released for the Sega Master System in Japan in , and in the United States in And maybe it will. To sum up: What a fragging boring mess.
But it will make an entertaining movie with all kinds of cool flashy special effects. We already peddle the Opiate of the Masses.
And now you want to up the dosage? Nataliya Dan wrote: "Felt the same way! I just couldn't root for Wade as a asshole trillionaire.
He was awful. Dan wrote: "Felt the same way! Fabian L. Very glad I was able to borrow the audio book from my library. Not worth my tax dollars either.
View all 44 comments. Jul 08, Maxwell rated it it was ok. Where do I start with my review of Ready Player Two? When I first read Ready Player One almost 7 years ago, I was a big fan.
It was fun, fresh, exciting and unlike anything I'd read before. It's a truly enthralling adventure story with loads of references to 80's pop culture and other 'nerd' stuff that, though I may not have had a vast knowledge of, I enjoyed.
Ready Player Two follows pretty much the same arc to a tee. There's truly nothing new in this book, and if anything it soured my memor Where do I start with my review of Ready Player Two?
There's truly nothing new in this book, and if anything it soured my memory of RP1 for one major reason: Wade. Wade is just not an interesting character.
There are infinitely more fascinating characters in this story—Samantha, Aech, and Kira, for example—that would've been better protagonists.
Cline tries to 'redeem' Wade for his narrow-minded, video gamer mentality in this book by doing some major retcon. It feels like he's trying to address criticism the first book, and Wade, may have received in the last 9 years since it came out.
Now don't get me wrong, I am all for characters learning, growing and changing their opinions. But the way Cline doles this out on the page doesn't feel authentic.
It feels like an author making moves to appease audiences or position characters in a certain way for the sake of the story, not because that's how those characters would actually exist.
And at the end of the day it's still boring ole Wade projecting onto other characters or being their mouthpiece, rather than actually letting those characters tell their own story.
Aside from all that, the plot is exactly what you expect. It's another challenge that Wade, and his trusty sidekicks, have to solve because the stakes are conveniently very high.
A lot of stuff in this book is convenient. There are so many dei ex machina and somehow they all serve to aid Wade and almost never harm him.
Unlike real video games, the learning curves Wade faces seem to be constantly eclipsed by their encyclopedic knowledge of Ultimately, my memory of RP1 is still that it's an original story that presents the reader with something fun and new to get lost in for a few hours.
RP2, sadly, re-hashes all of that with worse characterization, and the redundancy of the plot makes this a far less exciting read.
View all 8 comments. Oct 16, Hamad rated it it was ok Shelves: adult-books , e-books , good-covers , reads. The author tried something new with his Armada novel which was not a big hit so as most authors do he came back to expand his already established world.
I am gonna stat with the writing which I did not find anything special with. It was not bad that I wanted to DNF the book but it was bad when it came to puns, when it came to women in general and when it tried to be preachy!
I will touch more on this later in the review. Also the book suffered from telling rather than showing specially at the beginning when it was slow and we just had to take everything for granted.
The characters were a hot mess, I liked the main characters in the first book, I liked that Wade was a smart underdog who worked very hard to achieve his dreams.
In this book Wade is an A-hole! He is abusing the power and wealth he has, he is mean to his friends and I felt that he was stupid when it came to solving the riddles.
I was like who is this person and where is Wade from book 1?! Also the cloak that he had was OP and we had to be continuously reminded how it can basically do everything!
The plot continues after the ending of book 1 and out of nowhere we have new riddles and an adventure to ensue. I thought it basically tried to mimic the events of book 1 and it did so except that it did it worse.
I did not feel the characters were in any danger and there was no competition like in book 1. The references honestly felt forced in this book and I did not get most of them to be honest.
The book sounded preachy and all-inclusive in a modern since of way. When he goes through the memories of Kira and is using her body, what do you think the first thing he notices?
Then the book criticizes Tolkien at some point for having white characters as the good guys and dark ones as villains.
Was it trying to make both supporters and critics happy? I just felt it was awkward! Protagonist Wade Watts, who goes by the avatar name Parzival in the expansive virtual reality, the OASIS, finds a new quest composed of Easter eggs and riddles from the deceased eccentric OASIS creator, James Halliday, also known as Anorak.
Adventure ensues as Watts re-teams up with his pals to complete the quest before the clock runs out, but this time, people's lives are on the line.
If you aren't completely familiar with a song or game or movie, you aren't penalized for it, with the plot grinding to a halt due to your missing knowledge.
And much like those elaborate-but-rushed sequels of the '80s and '90s, while some explanation for people and places is provided, the first book in the series is required reading if you want to understand what's going on at all.
The Steven Spielberg film based on the first book won't fill in the gaps either, since it's mostly the complicated world-building laid out in the book version of "Ready Player One" that goes unexplained here.
Review: Steven Spielberg's 'Ready Player One' is an '80s pop culture binge-fest. If you've read it before, the action-packed plot, the nerd-filled wit, the "pop quiz, hotshot" style that likely allowed you to overlook some of the more problematic parts will be erased here in the sequel.
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Ready Player Two Hub By Operation: Bert.Readers' enjoyment of this book will largely depend on their expectations goin 3. He also makes numerous idiotic decisions, like the one to quickly release the new OASIS immersion rig to the general population without seeming to think through the negative implications of it in the slightest. At that point, I might have squealed with joy. Apparently, the new Wade is a spoiled, very powerful gazillionaire. I think it had lots of the same feel and formula, but the cheesiness was raised by a factor of ten. A quick spoiler-free word before I begin. Sep Rick Morty, Tucker Babypuder Gegen Pickel marked it as not-released-tbr Shelves: science-fictionadult. With barely much thought. Beyond a brief summary, not much is known about Ready Player Two 's storybut it would undoubtedly contain more pop culture Easter eggs and references for fans to enjoy. WHY IS THIS BOOK BEING BROUGHT INTO EXISTENCE. Aimee I have mixed feelings, yes I enjoyed the first book, but I get the feeling Cline is kind of full of himself Jul 08, AM. And on an optimistic note, the book also shows how technology can be a great tool for creating empathy for others. I have no nostalgia nor love lost for the 20th century, and the physical struggle Pokemon Staffel 23 keep my eyes focused on the page as Das Schweigende Klassenzimmer Stream Kinox dove into the umpteenth expository paragraph outlining the intricacies of one movie or the Amazon Prime Januar was genuinely offensive to me as a reader. Everything in Ready Player Two had already been created by someone else. It's quite funny that I was able to read this in Ready Player Two day and yet emerge with the feeling of having just stared at a wall for two weeks.
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