Ready Player One
by Ernest Cline
(Review by Sam Aged 11)
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline is a science fiction novel set in a run down version of earth where the only place you can go to escape reality is online world called The Oasis. Wade Watts is a hunter for the Greatest Easter Egg in the history of gaming, power over The Oasis. Corporate giant Innovative Online Industry (I.O.I) want to turn The Oasis into a corporate playground for rich individuals, but to do that they need the egg. Wade and five other Oasis users band together to stop I.O.I from taking over the Oasis but; three keys, three gates and six puzzles between them and the egg. Whose side are you on?
My favourite character is Wade because he is a smart and motivated boy who has researched every thing 80’s, and I like motivation in people because it shows strength. I really like this book because it has a great story line and plot as well as great characters. I enjoyed this book so much!
Recommended for ages 15 to 80 as this book has coarse language. But mature 11 to 12 year olds who with permission from their parents may read this book. The greatest Sci-Fi book full of 80s references and characters to bring nostalgia to parents and grandparents alike. 100000000000 out of 10