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Ready Player One

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the silhouette demanded. The voice sounded like it belonged to a young woman. One who was itching for a fight.
When I failed to answer, a stocky female avatar stepped out of the shadows and into the chamber’s flickering torchlight. She had raven hair, styled Joan-of-Arc short, and appeared to be in her late teens or early twenties. As she got closer, I realized that I knew her. We’d never actually met, but I recognized her face from the dozens of screenshots she’d posted to her blog over the yea
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It was Art3mis.
She wore a suit of scaled gunmetal-blue armor that looked more sci-fi than fantasy. Twin blaster pistols were slung low on her hips in quickdraw holsters, and there was a long, curved elvish sword in a scabbard across her back. She wore fingerless Road Warrior–style racing gloves and a pair of classic Ray-Ban shades. Overall, she seemed to be going for a sort of mid-’80s postapocalyptic cyberpunk girl-next-door look. And it was working for me, in a big way. In a word: hot.


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Guest a year ago

Why can i relate to Wade this is a question why cant i send it help its not letting me send it please help

Guest 2 years ago

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Guest 3 years ago

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Guest 3 years ago

this book was great! i especially loved the part when wade viewed the masturbation manuscripts. it gave the readers wonderfull thoughts and they could imagine it perfectly, or at least i could LOL XD GET PRANKED BRUV!

Guest 4 years ago

It's absolutely fascinating. I loved every bit. I ended up reading 6 hours straight because I couldn't stop.

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I love this book can’t stop reading so good

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Guest 4 years ago

One of the best books I've ever read. It revived my geek spirit. Aside from being a solid gamer, I'm not really into 80's pop culture. This book gave a twist. You're in a very high tech world full of facts and trivia about 80's pop culture. Because of this book, I now appreciate how great 80's is compared to our current pop culture.

Looking forward to book 2 if the rumors were true.

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i like this book xd

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