Ready Player Two can't keep up with the prequel

Ready Player Two can't keep up with the prequel
Ernest Cline's new book, Ready Player Two, is now on sale. However, the discontent of fans has erupted on social networks, who seem not to have fallen in love with this second chapter of the story as much as with Ready Player One.

Ready Player One, the first novel of the Earnest Cline saga, published in 2011, was the most successful science fiction novel of the past decade, owing part of its fame to the 2018 film of the same name, directed by Steven Spielberg. However, Ready Player Two, the sequel novel, left fans extremely unhappy to the point that several Twitter users made several posts mocking the author, his use of pop culture references and the narrative itself. For example a user wrote:

Pleased to report that the opening pages of Ready Player Two are beyond parody pic.twitter.com/qCUYicNXIP

- Conor Lastowka (@clastowka) November 24 , 2020


I am pleased to report that the opening pages of Ready Player Two are beyond parody

User Andy Ihnatko Podcaster added:

This opening page is what it's like to be stuck on a four hour flight next to a little kid who wants to tell you knock-knock jokes the whole time

- Andy Ihnatko (@Ihnatko) November 24, 2020



This opening page is like being stuck on a four hour flight next to a small child who wants to tell you "knock-knock, who is it?" all the time.

Another user said:

If you have ever considered your writing bad, please read this thread of Ready Player Two excerpts, feel your brain leak out your ears, and consider that maybe you are a golden god of writing actually https://t.co/yH3BFzIz5S

- Trinary 🌟 (@TrinarySuns) November 24, 2020



If you ever thought you were a bad writer, try reading these excerpts from Ready Player Two, you will feel your brain dripping from your ears, and consider that maybe, in fact, you are gods of writing.

These reactions to Ready Player Two seem to be far from the praise that Ready Player One received at its release. Earnest Cline's first novel has, in fact, received acclaim from critics and secured the top spot on the New York Times bestseller list.

Ready Player Two takes place shortly after the events of Ready Player One and follows Wade Watts, the protagonist who in the world of Oasis calls himself Parzival, as he discovers another Easter Egg hidden in the digital world created by his hero James Halliday. Parzival and his friends will embark on an adventure that will lead them to confront an enemy willing to "kill millions of users to get what he wants".

You can buy Ready Player Two at this link

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