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‘Ready Player Two’ author Ernest Cline sees the dark side of technology (www.concordmonitor.com)

Ernest Cline’s 2011 debut novel, Ready Player One, a kind of Willy Wonka-meets-Tron adventure story, validated the digital diversions of gamers and 1980s enthusiasts alike with its arcade in-jokes and allusions to John Hughes movies.

I had some good friends who absolutely loved the first book, I bet they love the second one as well. 

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Lyndsie (@speakofqueen)
2 months ago

Such an interesting article. I will need to read the next book!

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