Ready Player One Book Review

Ready Player One was the debut and smash hit novel from Ernest Cline, Its filled with lots of 80โ€™s Trivia and Retro Gaming references. Itโ€™s a retro gamers dream. Clineโ€™s debut novel was also translated into a movie format that was then directed by non-other than Steven Spielberg, I mean if Spielberg thinks itโ€™s good enough to turn into a movie it must be pretty good right.

I decided to read Ready Player One after watching the movie, but luckily enough by the time I did get around to reading it had forgotten what happened in the movie so I was really able to read without comparing the two. As part of this review, I do also want to touch on certain aspects of the book vs. the movie, comparing what differences they have and perhaps even tell you which one I preferred storyline wise.

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2020 Reading Challenge – My Bookshelf Tour | Video Content

In today’s post I’ll be sharing with you my ‘Bookshelf Tour’. As you might know I’ve been posting about my 2020 Reading Challenge recently and I thought it would be fun to share some additional book or reading related content as well. I’ve been loving watching other people’s bookshelf tours as well as other book or reading related content recently, so I thought I would share my ‘Bookshelf Tour’ with you.

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2020 Reading Challenge First Quarter Update

As you might know I started of this year setting myself a reading challenge, the challenge was to shop my bookshelf (sort of) and read as many books on my shelf as possible (in one year).I have already set a list for myself of the books that I would like to read, a lot of them being ones that I have been wanting to read but havenโ€™t got quite gotten there, yet; as well as a couple that may need to be purchased but the main idea is to read what I already have before purchasing more.

In this update post I will be sharing with you the books that I have read in the first quarter of the year and what my thoughts are one them.

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