Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
The concept of a novel emulating a video game is—for better or worse—a familiar one in genre literature nowadays. Books such as Neal Stepehson’s Snow Crash, William Gibson Neuromancer, and Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One have turned to computer games for inspiration the way earlier generations of sci-fi writers relied on the space race or Cold War arms …
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