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Ready Player One: Roman (German Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Ernest Cline , Hannes Riffel
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Book Description

Wer online stirbt, ist wirklich tot!

Im Jahr 2044 hat die reale Welt für Wade Watts nicht mehr viel zu bieten. Daher flieht er - wie die meisten Menschen - in das virtuelle Utopia von OASIS. Hier kann man leben, spielen und sich verlieben, ohne von der bedrückenden Realität abgelenkt zu werden. Da entdeckt Wade in einem Online-Game den ersten Hinweis auf einen unsagbar wertvollen Schatz, den der verstorbene Schöpfer von OASIS in seiner Cyber-Welt versteckt hat. Plötzlich ist Wade eine Berühmtheit, aber er gerät auch in das Visier eines Killerkommandos - in OASIS und in der Realität. Wade weiß, dass er diese mörderische Hetzjagd nur überleben kann, wenn er das Spiel bis zu seinem ungewissen Ende spielt!

Product Details

  • File Size: 703 KB
  • Print Length: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Penhaligon Verlag (March 26, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: German
  • ASIN: B00739PBFU
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #306,507 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mindblowing! April 24, 2013
Ready Player One has been on my "to-read" list for awhile. Why did I wait so long to read this book? I'm totally convinced that Ernest Cline wrote Ready Player One for me specifically because it had everything I love in a book. Basically Ready Player One was the perfect book for me.

You can't call yourself nerdy unless you've read Ready Player One because this book is a nerd's heaven. I loved all of the video game, and 80's movie references that Cline included in this book. Even though I wasn't alive during the 80's, I still really appreciated the pop culture references included in this book. This book brought back so many fond memories from my childhood.

Cline created such a vivid and spectacular world that I could easily picture. Though this book was sci-fi, I feel like the events in this book could happen. The world has made so many advances, it would surprise me if something like OASIS was invented. I would love to use the OASIS in moderation, I fear that I would become addicted to the OASIS. It probably would be better if OASIS was never invented because people would lose sense of reality.

Ready Player One is an extremely entertaining and fun book. I know that this book has been optioned to become a movie and that is terrific news. Warner Brothers better not mess this movie up, seriously this movie needs to be true to the book. It's definitely going to be hard to squeeze all of the plot elements into a movie but I have faith that the movie will turn out spectacular.

Ready Player One is by far one of the best dystopian books I've ever. This book was unlike anything I've ever read before. I can't wait to read Armada, the movie rights have been already sold to Universal Pictures. I can't recommend Ready Player One enough!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect! May 30, 2012
By Janet G
Loved It!This book is a must read for anyone who was alive, awake and aware in the 1980's. My 36 year old daughter read it first - she couldn't put it down! Then I read it. I'm 60. I couldn't put it down. This book will stand up with classics like "Ender's Game" and "Stranger In A Strange Land" Wade is 'Everyman' in that he is an overweight, out of shape, poor trailer trash kid. Most of us are. I re-read it the minute I finished it. It features the music, movies, TV shows and culture of the 80's. It has 'Karate Kid' moments where you want to jump up and down shouting "Yes! Go Wade!" and moments where you think "Oh no Wade! You'll never get out of this alive!" This will be a re-read once a year for me like 'Shards of Honor' 'Barrayar' and others of that caliber. Do yourself a favor - READ THIS BOOK!
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Novels I've Read In Years December 11, 2012
While video games are my chosen hobby there are times when I somehow (between being a dad, a gamer, full time employee, and a writer) find a way to sit down with a good book. Unlike video games, reading is one of the greatest escapes and the graphics are powered by imagination where the budget is limitless and the possibilities boundless. Recently I got a chance to read Ready Player One by Ernest Cline and I was pleasantly surprised. Usually I read nothing outside of fantasy or a good Star Wars book (which is fantasy in space), but I received Ready Player One as a gift and am pleased to say the book is a genre busting success that delves deeply into nostalgia while also being witty and original.

The book is set in the year 2044 and the world is in bad shape. Overpopulation, war, poverty and human laziness (all rampant in our society now) has made our planet a grim place to live. Wade Watts, our protagonist, escapes his fate like most of the world by being jacked into the OASIS: a digital world where just about anything goes. Within the OASIS children go to school, parents work, and the worlds are based on everything from Bladerunner to Harry Potter. A sprawling utopia where you can fight, fall in love, or kill time; It's the ultimate escape and the ultimate video game.

It's creator, James Halliday, upon his death communicated to every player a video that told them of a magnificent prize set somewhere within the OASIS that if found would bestow upon the lucky person a fortune as well as control of the OASIS and all the companies that create and keep it. Halliday was obsessed with the 80's and clues could be hidden in anything from a game of Pac-Man to his favorite movie.
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