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    It was a fun ride

    I finished reading "Armada" by Ernest Cline the other day. I have never read his other book "Ready Player One" before, making this my first experience of Ernest Cline. The book has a ton of pop culture references, especially gaming references. As a "gamer", I understood 90% of the references. The book in general is fun, lighthearted. It felt like watching a summer blockbuster movie. The books is also very short. If you just want to have a fun read, I recommend it.
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    Not bad at all...

    ...but for some reason I didn't enjoyed it as much as Ready Player one.. Looking forward to his third book
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    Just not enjoyable

    This book was just not good to read. It reminded me of fan fiction. The geeky wish-fulfilment that I think he was going for was very over the top, and the narrative relied on *way* too many pop-culture references, to the point that it took me out of the reading experience. Yes, I got pretty much all of them, but when you took them away, there was really little in the way of interesting narrative to go on. The real kicker for me was the main character's obsession with his dead father – it made him extremely one-note. There was really nothing else to him. Overall, pretty disappointing.
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    Loved it just like i loved ready player one!!

    This book was amazing! I loved it just as much as i loved ready player one! Cant wait for a movie adaptation!
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    Fun Read

    Maybe not quite as good as Ready Player One, but still an entertaining and enjoyable read. If you are a geeky gamer, and a lover of sci-fi, I recommend it.
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