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Ready Player One

Written by: Ernest Cline
Narrated by: Wil Wheaton
Length: 15 hrs and 40 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)

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Imagine a dystopian future where citizens are forced to live in a virtual reality just to escape the unsettling state of the present. Narrated by actor Will Wheaton, this thrilling story is a fast-paced adventure that pits thousands of desperate members of humanity against each other in the ultimate race for the winning prize.

It's the year 2044, and the real world has become an ugly place. We're out of oil. We've wrecked the climate. Famine, poverty, and disease are widespread. Like most of humanity, Wade Watts escapes this depressing reality by spending his waking hours jacked into the OASIS, a sprawling virtual utopia where you can be anything you want to be, where you can live and play and fall in love on any of ten thousand planets. And, like most of humanity, Wade is obsessed by the ultimate lottery ticket that lies concealed within this alternate reality: OASIS founder James Halliday, who died with no heir, has promised that control of the OASIS - and his massive fortune - will go to the person who can solve the riddles he has left scattered throughout his creation.

For years, millions have struggled fruitlessly to attain this prize, knowing only that the riddles are based in the culture of the late 20th century. And then Wade stumbles onto the key to the first puzzle. Suddenly he finds himself pitted against thousands of competitors in a desperate race to claim the ultimate prize, a chase that soon takes on terrifying real-world dimensions - and that will leave both Wade and his world profoundly changed.

Narrator Wil Wheaton is an American actor and writer best known for his role as Wesley Crusher in the TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation, and for playing Gordie Lachance in the film Stand By Me. More recently, he has appeared in several episodes of the TV series The Big Bang Theory as himself.

©2011 Ernest Cline (P)2012 Random House Audiobooks

Earth’s future is bleak in the gripping sci-fi fantasy audiobook Ready Player One, written by the brilliant Ernest Cline and narrated by American actor Wil Wheaton. Set in the near future, most of the human race have locked themselves into a virtual reality to escape the planet that the past generations had destroyed. Within this virtual existence lies the answer to infinite riches and Wade Watts spends every second on the treasure hunt. It is a frenzied race with countless players, all infected with desperation. The danger is intense and will affect them all. Available now from Audible.

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Long but mostly captivating

This was the longest audio book I have listened to by far. Will's voice is bearable enough to ensure I do not feel disconnected for too long.

The premise is very interesting. The characters are well etched out. The twists and turns are dramatic enough to keep one hooked on.

But it's too long. Primarily because of the overdose reference of 80s pop culture and video games' lingo. Easily a third of the story could be cut down.

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Fun and engaging. Worth it for a light read.

The story is a young adult adventure and reminiscent of the movies we'd watch as kids. Anyone who's grown up with 80s and 90s nostalgia and pop culture will love it.

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Going outside is highly overrated

I'll start with the cons. First off, I hate that they put the poster of the movie adaptation on the cover. I'm one of those OCD guys who like even their digital collection to look pristine and classy, which this cover is decidedly not. Moreover, the movie was silly. It didn't do justice to the source material. But I'm not here to talk about that.

Secondly, I believe casting Wil Wheaton to narrate the story was a bad idea. The book is set in 2041; but was released in 2011 and references things from even earlier. Wheaton, a Star Trek veteran, is one of many casual references in the book. Thing is, he's mentioned ONCE. Barely matters to the plot. And still they cast Wheaton to narrate the audiobook based on that tenuous connection, presumably. This is a problem because the story is narrated by a teenager. So the voice of a 40-year old man telling this story just feels... off. People who'll be teenage celebrities in 2041 haven't been born yet, so I understand their choices from a celebrity pool were limited, but I still think avoiding the celebrity trap and casting a teen actor would've been a better choice.

Wheaton does give a first-rate performance, don't get me wrong, Credit where credit is due... writing ornate prose isn't Cline's strong suit, and Wheaton does sell some of the clunky dialog with his delivery alone.

Now that we've gotten that out of the way, this book is a joyride! The plot is barebones... our protagonist has to win an easter egg hunt in a futuristic VR video game: the Oasis. If he wins, there's great prizes waiting. If he loses, Evil Corp will get their hands on those prizes and use it for, you know, evil. The hook of the story is the many, many 80s pop-culture references that populate the world of Oasis. There have been stories banking on nostalgia before, but none that weave the nostalgia so integrally and so successfully to the plot.

Speaking of the plot, it's remarkably tight, (unlike the movie I might add). The worldbuilding is well-done and immersive in itself; but the real fun is when the action begins. Even with the conventional structure, the story has quite a few surprises up its sleeve. The only plot hole that bothered me is that how in the world did an 18-year old boy get the time to consume and become an expert on all the movies, shows, anime series, bands and most of all video games that he mentions. There's simply not enough time! I'm willing to let it go, though.

TL;DR - Despite its shortcomings in the prose and character department, the story is fun and breezy enough to be worth your while. And if an overdose of pop-culture references don't bother you, it's downright delightful. It takes a while to get used to Wil Wheaton voicing a teen, but his performance is a good one. The best part about this audiobook is that the pacing never gets slow enough to bore you and yet it doesn't demand a level of concentration so high that you can't multitask. It's exactly what an audiobook should be. Heartily recommended.

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Amazing

Took me to a new world. The voice and the story was just fabulous. Loved it.

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Immersive story line but drags a bit

The romance part is cheesy on otherwise an addictive listen. Hero seems to be invisible and everything just seems to fall in place at the right time always.

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Mesmerized by the awesomeness of OASIS!

Will Wheaton did his job and poured out all events and characters in such a fashion that you will feel like living next to them in Oasis.
Great book and so detailed that you'll relive your childhood and of course the Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One movie. Movie helped a lot to imagine stuffs and relive each moments with astounding details. Kudos to Ernest to such an amazing sci-fiction.

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Wow... Just Incredible

The book is really awesome and the narration by Will Wheaton is just mind blowing..

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Great story, brilliant performance

Like many other people, this was my first book on audible. And it didn't disappoint.
The story was great, though at a few places the descriptions of certain things/situations seemed to be stretched out for longer than was required.
However, the general storyline kept me hooked till the end.
Special mention to the brilliant performance by Wil Wheaton. As the story progresses, I slowly started "hearing" all the different characters, even though it was performed by just one person.

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Great first book !!!

Initially I was a bit sceptical about an audiobook. It took me a while to get used to audiobook. However, once I got used to it , I was hooked. It became a habit to listen to the book while jogging everyday. It was a brilliant performance by Wheaton. The story itself was brilliant put. It even has a great love story. My first audiobook I will remember for the rest of my life.

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  • Gabriele
  • 08-09-12

Where's the sequel?!

This was an incredible book, with both the writing and performance being top-class. I have never read a book much like this, yet I was deeply thrown into the story and really felt for the characters and the world around them.

I would recommend this book to those of you have ever had any interest in computing, retro gaming and retro film. It really is a 80s pop-culture book with an incredible setting and back story.

To be honest, I was upset when the book ended. The only question that came to my mind was: Where is the sequel?!

Hopefully one might be made soon... I know Ernest Cline hasn't ruled it out yet!

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  • W1M0
  • 14-10-17

Fun Concepts, Odd Character Responses

I reached a point where I got irritated with the main character (not the performance).

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  • Marius Vorster
  • 21-09-18

Game adventure of note

The story takes you on journey of self discovery, strained friendships and bravery through a epic game quest. The gamers underdogs against a corporate machine that will cheat and stack all cards in their favour for the ultimate prize.

A good read, the well researched 80s facts brought back some memories and the flow was well maintained. If you like retro gaiming and RPGs and your up for an adventure then this book is for you.

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  • James
  • 02-05-15

Recommended from The Martian - didn't disappoint

I don't think I would have chosen this book had it not been a recommendation from someone after I had read Andy Weir's 'The Martian'. While the setting is very different the heart of the story is similar with the main character struggling to solve problems.
Wil Wheaton gave a fantastic performance and while at the start I associated his voice as his own I quickly became to hear it as the characters'.

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  • Amanda Ward
  • 09-04-18

Mediocre Book

The story was a bit boring, and all of the references felt forced... Characters weren't believable. Narrator was okay.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-11-19

Immersive

It was hard not to listen the whole book in one go. Very fluent and entertaining story. Would be cool if the Oasis was real (minus the whole bad future world thingy).

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-11-19

It's way better than the movie!!

Loved it all the way, it's way different than the movie but in the best way possible.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-10-19

Best audiobook yet

Hands down, this is by far the best audiobook I have ever heard.. . .

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  • GlennC
  • 17-10-19

Wonderful

And so different to the film which I also enjoyed very much.

Great narration by Wil Wheaton.

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  • Michael Renzon
  • 15-10-19

Absolutely amazing

The plot is outstanding and the narration is equivalent to it. A gripping story that I couldn’t stop stop listening to. The amount of effort and care put into this story is obscene, with the research being plentiful, the story is enhanced to an entirely new level. The characters revel in their personalities and determination. A truly inspiring story and would definitely recommend.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-04-18

This Book Changed My Life 💙 New Hobbies Found 💜

I never read books.
Always thought ....

" pffft, Naaaaaaa. . This is for nerds " ... BORING! ..etc.

So just brought one of those alexa devices, set it up added some skills played some music and all the other stuff when you get something new etc..

Came across this audible app and how you get a free audible book on sign up, something free always sounds good so went for it, thought nothing off it just did it for the sake of it.. after sign up the first book I see is Ready Player One, so just thought yeah that will do as I planned to see the movie soon which a the time movies beat books any day was my way of thinking THEN!!

Man how I was so wrong, I went on to have the book play while I was preparing to sleep, thinking yeah this will make me doze right off ... 6 hours later I was now sat up with a drink and snacks excited to find out what happens next ! totally amazed !

so for the regular bookworms this book may not do much justice I guess, but for me it will be the first book I have read/listened from start to finish and what has now made me want to read or listen to more and more from here on out.. I have a new hobby and it is thanks to this amazing book. .. please guys give it a try .. especially non book readers... it may change your perspective on thins 😃😃😃

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  • Robyn
  • 21-03-16

Surprisingly enjoyable!

On paper, I was not supposed to like this book. It's about a teenager who spends his entire life in an online virtual reality world playing a quest (reminds me of my weekly challenge to get my kids off their i-stuff and outside for a bit!) BUT - this story is actually all about paying homage to the 80s, plus a bit of rom-com for good measure!

Absolutely loved it!! Once I started, I couldn't put it down. If you're into your 40's/50's and enjoy a bit of '80s nostalgia, then this one's not to be missed!

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  • Simon
  • 25-02-18

Radio, Video, Boogie in a Suitcase!

Oh what a ride this was! For sure it helps that I am precisely the target consumer for this having had my teenage years across the 80s. And yes I loved the video games of the time and of course have long lived in thrall to a certain Canadian Holy Trinity who feature so prominently.

Even so, having questioned the wider appeal of some other LitRPG-style books this one blows away any such doubts. While there are stats and game rules in this that's not at all the key feature. It's a wonderful space opera of a game within a story. The nostalgia of 80s pop culture, video games, music and all the rest of it is a massive bonus for me and those with interests in the decade but the story more than stands on its own considerable feet.

Cline imbues his dysfunctional geeks with warm character, gives them personality and even a certain twisted nobility as they battle corporate evils in an online quest that boils over with real-world implications. Towards the end I was willing them to succeed and genuinely enthralled with this curiously geeky adventure.

Of course to be the real deal an audiobook needs a good narrator and for this book Wheaton strikes precisely the right tone and hits all the right notes.

Yeah, yeah, I know this isn't going to win any Booker prizes but it's pure entertainment on a stick!

Five Stars all the way.

GAME OVER

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  • Mark G
  • 09-04-14

Ready Reader One

This is something of a gamer geek novel - so I preface all my views with the caveat that like Neal Stevenson's REAMDE it may appeal to those, like me, of a certain sub-culture. The story-line itself is not so remarkable, civilization in deep decline in the next few decades yada yada. What makes this story interesting is the alternative that the majority of the population turn to in order to escape and a challenge that arises therein.
It is fast paced story that never seemed to drag. It has a great 1980's sub-plot if you have fond memories of early games, TV, books, film and computers. I found the characters and their gamer-style issues with RL (real-life) accurate and engaging. I found myself looking forward to the drive to work in the mornings (when I get to listen to my audiobooks) which doesn't often happen to me!
The narration by Wil Wheaton (of ST:TNG fame and avid gamer) is excellent, a really good choice and nice kind of twist as you will find out if you choose to listen.
All in all I consider this one of my best ever spontaneous buys on Audible after being a member for many years - highly recommended.

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  • Martin
  • 22-09-16

Listened in 2 days.....

Best book I have listened to this year. I am not sure why the description did not really draw me to this book before but so glad I eventually gave in to curiosity. I am a big fan of online gaming, star trek, sci fi fantasy etc etc... so I am probably a bit nerdy I guess and I think it most definitely helps with this book. I enjoyed so much in this one, the 80's nostalgia mixed with the dystopian future just worked so well. Having Will Wheaton narrate this book was fantastic and made me smile a lot in certain places that it was him narrating, I am pretty sure he smiled himself at certain parts too whilst narrating. Aside from the fun part of him being narrator for obvious reasons he is actually a superb narrator and did such a good job with this, I would not hesitate to listen to him narrate anything. Love this story and everything about it.

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  • Hannah
  • 28-07-14

Are you ready to begin?

What made the experience of listening to Ready Player One the most enjoyable?

First and foremost, Wil Wheaton is a first-class narrator - he has absolutely the most perfect voice for audiobooks (not too bassy, not too nasally) and doesn't do too badly with accents either (unlike some other narrators which have caused me to return books!). Secondly, the world of Ready Player One is - as noted in the novel - everything any reader or gamer has ever dreamed of: essentially a 'holodeck' experience. It is the book's exploration of the pros and cons of this system that draws you in - in Star Trek we see people using the holodecks for recreation, essentially living out episodes in an ongoing drama; but as Ready Player One points out....why would you ever leave?

What other book might you compare Ready Player One to, and why?

I have desperately been searching for something else as engaging and exciting as RPO since I finished reading! My recommendations would probably be to read other books which effectively create alternative worlds - perhaps 'The Knife of Never Letting Go' by Patrick Ness, 'Peter and Max' by Bill Willingham and 'Divergent' by Veronica Roth.

What does Wil Wheaton bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

As I mention above, Wil is an excellent reader. He has an obvious love for the subject matter and, having been an actor on Star Trek 'The Next Generation' and a teenager in the late 80s and early 90s, has a strong familiarity with many of the pop culture references. Wheaton sounds like he is having an absolute ball with this reading!

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

'What would you sacrifice to win the ultimate prize?'

Any additional comments?

Read (.....listen to). This. Book.

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  • Ross
  • 03-07-18

my favourite read of 2018 so far

anyone who grew up in the 80's onwards should love this book if not for ita story just the memories it provokes. without giving much away this is the virtual reality future we will soon be living in.

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  • Nina
  • 24-01-17

80's House of Surprises

What a gem! This book is humorous, tense and geeky. If you're a fan of computer games you will enjoy it a lot.

The story takes you into the 80's world of games, films and music. There are a countless number of references which will keep you interested and entertain till the end.

I couldn't help myself from trying to second guess what is going to happen next, but the author did a brilliant job of keeping surprises coming right up till the last pages.

The characters are likeable and put up a good fight against, well, that would be telling now, wouldn't it...

I so enjoyed it! This book is well worth a credit and there is a good potential for the story to turn great on the big screen.

Wil Wheaton gives a good performance. His steady voice fits well into the story, so you can absorb every part of its geekiness without missing out the details.

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  • Thomas Lynch
  • 23-04-18

Slow start but worth a listen for the full story.

Great narration
Good story
Takes a bit to get moving
Great listen and enjoyed thoroughly

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  • A.Brown
  • 24-03-18

Fantastic!

This book is amazing, especially if you are into gaming or 80s pop culture. There's so many awesome references and the story is gripping all the way through.

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  • Nicholas Hallam
  • 03-09-17

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Firstly, I would like to say Will Wheaton did an amazing job at narrating, he kept my attention throughout the duration of the book. You could tell he enjoyed reading Ready Player One (Especially when he was referenced in the book).

Ernest Cline seems to have a way of painting a picture in the reader/listeners mind, without lingering on the story for to long. The story was intriguing, sometimes predictable... But I didn't mind, as it had a lot of interesting references, and the predictability was still entertaining.

I would happily recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-04-18

So good!

I was hooked from the first line and it held my attention till the very end. Loved the 80’s nostalgia and gaming references. The movie was different enough to book that you could experience them separately without the details being repeated. My 11 yr old was also hooked (there were one or two slightly inappropriate references for his age but 13 and up would probably be fine). Highly recommended!

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  • GD
  • 08-05-18

Loved it. A must read for any gamer.

Loved it. Such an interesting story of what the future of gaming and society could be like. If you grew up with with Atari or Commodore 64 and still love gaming then this is your book.

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  • Rymkervic
  • 05-02-19

All the stars are deserved

Got this to read due to big star profile from readers, wasn't expecting much but this is something else - the detail is beyond belief and not in a boring way. Hats off totally to the author. Awesome

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  • glenn urquhart
  • 23-01-16

Enjoyable fan-service romp. Wil Wheaton great.

Yes it unashamedly riffs off blatant and continual nostalgia but it was just a really fun romp.
Wil's narration was great and good to hear female characters not getting the wussy, inspipid, breathy read most make narrators give them.
I got most of the references, but not all, and I'm not sure you'd get as much out of this story if you aren't somewhat familiar with the 80's or old-school videogames, but I found it utterly ridiculous fun and didnt want it to end.

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  • Mark
  • 30-11-15

Simply Brilliant.

Love, love, loved this. I think it's one of my top 5 audio books. Amazing.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-08-17

A book that can't be put down

Be prepared to put aside important things as Ready Player One takes over your time.

With a plot as sound as the content, this is one book that engages you from start to finish. Relatable to anyone from a teenager to a 40 year old, there are references that both ends of the spectrum will find appealing and will justify the investment in time spent enjoying game/movie/comic culture over your life.

Really a great read and I highly recommend it.

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  • Tracey
  • 27-05-16

Not my cup of tea

This book is well written and easy to follow (even for a computer game dumbo), it is very descriptive and explained well, I just found it boring and hard going. Again, just not for me.

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  • Jeremy
  • 01-05-18

Waste of my time.

This was recommended to me on reddit, turns out to be glorified teenage fanfiction.

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  • Ross
  • 04-06-16

story is silly and not believable at times

the main character is very annoying and it seem silly that he knows every reference to every pop culture topic. will wheaton is a great narrator it is an alright listen overall.

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