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  • Ready Player Two

  • De : Ernest Cline
  • Lu par : Wil Wheaton
  • Durée : 13 h et 46 min
  • 4,3 out of 5 stars (13 notations)

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    Brought to you by Penguin.

    An unexpected quest. Two worlds at stake. Are you ready?

    Days after winning OASIS Founder James Halliday's contest, Wade Watts makes a discovery that changes everything.

    Hidden within Halliday's vaults, waiting for his heir to find, lies a technological advancement that will once again change the world and make the OASIS a thousand times more wondrous - and addictive - than even Wade dreamed possible.

    With it comes a new riddle and a new quest - a last Easter egg from Halliday, hinting at a mysterious prize.

    And an unexpected, impossibly powerful and dangerous new rival awaits, one who'll kill millions to get what he wants.

    Wade's life and the future of the OASIS are again at stake, but this time the fate of humanity also hangs in the balance.

    Lovingly nostalgic and wildly original as only Ernest Cline could conceive it, Ready Player Two takes us on another imaginative, fun, action-packed adventure through his beloved virtual universe and jolts us thrillingly into the future once again.

    ©2020 Ernest Cline (P)2020 Penguin Audio

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    Mieux que ce que les critiques laissaient penser

    Avant d’écouter ce livre, je suis allé lire quelques critiques sur internet et elles étaient très très négatives. J’ai failli ne pas l’acheter…
    Après avoir écouté, je vois d’où viennent certaines des critiques, mais j’ai vraiment apprécié ce bouquin. Je trouve qu’il y a une vrai histoire et un vrai propos et que ça n’est pas un livre pour se faire du fric… Après, il y a des longueurs si on n’aime pas trop Prince ou le Silmarilion, un peu moins de jeux vidéos et le personnage principal évolue vers une personnalité pour laquelle on peut avoir moins d’empathie, mais dans l’ensemble je trouve que ce deuxième tome est intéressant et qu’il prolonge et complexifie le premier d’une manière inattendue.

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    • David
    • 30/11/2020

    Ready Player One was lightening in a bottle

    This follow up to Ready Player One felt generic. It both felt like it was affected by the movie version of RP1 but also felt like the story had been thought about before the movie had been in production.

    Ready Player Two didn’t go where I thought it would go, but I also didn’t like how generic the story felt. It felt like they could directly adapt this in a movie version but that isn’t a good thing. If you boiled the book down to its events, it could have been one third shorter.

    The characters didn’t feel like they were the same characters from RP1. The choices they made didn’t feel like the choice of those from the first book. Art3mis was contradictory and Parzival was a down right A hole, and the swearing is this book was not warranted. I don’t mind swearing but the amount of it felt forced.

    The performance saved the book for me from turning it off.

    I didn’t like Cline’s second book Armada because it felt like this. You’ve heard this story played over countless times. You could chalk it up to Ready Player Two doing what is does with pop culture but The thing I loved about RP1 was that it was a unique story told with pop culture as a nice side plate.

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    • dedb4dawn!
    • 22/12/2020

    Stilted

    The first book was a wonderful nostalgia trip. This felt just plain wooden and forced.

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    • Joel Cohen
    • 08/03/2021

    A disappointed fan

    I'm a real fan of Ready Player One. I read (actually read) it twice. I was waiting for this sequel. Unfortunately I was disappointed.
    The book is slow and feels at times like reading a list of actors and characters on old films or games. I found myself struggling not to abandon it. If you intend to read it, skip my next text and judge it yourselves.
    At the beginning nothing happens for a number of chapters. Then, when it starts to get into the main thing in the story, it is sragged by countless mentions of games and characters that were simply too much (way more than the first book). It felt like just dumping info and facts about films and games which did not help or relate to the story at all. The only time where the book gets interesting and starts to actually tell a story, with less irrelevant references, is in the last couple of chapters.
    I didn't return/changed it only because I actually finished it.
    Sorry Ernest.

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    • Andy
    • 11/02/2021

    nonsense

    reads like a teenagers fanfic. constant ham fisted social commentary by characters who are written as horrible insufferable people. i appreciate what the author was going for, but it didn't hit the mark as a story or as a sequel.

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    • Ye Thiha Tun
    • 31/01/2021

    Missing the charm and nostalgia from the 1st book

    Some of the conflicts felt a bit forced and pacing is quite bad. I managed to go through and enjoy RP1 fairly smoothly, even during the re-reads. I struggled to finish this one. I've finally finished it and I don't plan to revisiting again.

    *spoilers*
    I rather it follows a new group's adventure, Low-five. It is Ready Player "Two".

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    • Tim
    • 01/04/2021

    Not as good as Player One, better than Amarda

    gets bogged down in the middle. A lot of the quests turn into pop culture listicals. Lots of content serving no story purpose but proving Cline's research skills. But a big improvement on Armada.

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    • Cameron
    • 26/01/2021

    Okay start, questionable villain, mediocre middle and brilliant ending!

    The beginning was a bit depressing and stretched out, leaving the main quests squeezed. The villain was a bit questionable. The quests were pretty cool, just like listening to some video game quests that were very vivid. Will Wheaton is my hero with the voice of an angel. The ending was fantastic.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 30/11/2020

    In this day and age of including everyone

    I was really excited when i heard there was going to be a ready player 2. So I preordered it and listened to it immediately when it was delivered. I have to say I enjoyed most of the book. Some parts though seemed really forced. The thing that threw me off a lot was the feeling that the story was trying to please everyone or include everyone to the point that it was jarring. It was missing the many iconic geek culture and pop culture throwbacks like the first book, which i loved and listened to many many times. I am a child of the 80s so i loved the many references in ready player two. But I guess the bar was set really high in the first book. Once again Will Wheaton did an excellent job. Please give this book a read if you liked the first one, as it ties up many loose ends. Overall I recommend getting this book if you need a ready player one fix.

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    • Nahuel Rodriguez
    • 29/11/2020

    Can't wait for the Snyder Cut

    I really liked most of it, but some parts of the quest were really long, and some others felt too short. The "let's talk about every minority ever" felt a little forced , and it didn't work very well, lot's of offended haters around the globe. Next time, make it about the original minority this book was about, the gamers and geeks. Can't wait for the Low Five spin-off, or the Arcadia one.

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    • JustGotWicked
    • 25/11/2020

    Great listen. A good sequel.

    The plot is laid on pretty thick early on, so it becomes quite easy to piece together exactly what is going to happen.
    The charm of the first book is somewhat missing from this one. It still has a charm or its own. The writing seems fairly stripped back and rather straight forward, but it is still a very entertaining listen/ read.
    if you are a fan of the first novel you should still love this one also.

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    • Thomas P.
    • 04/12/2020

    Eigentlich nochmal Teil 1 in neuen Worten

    Wenn einem nichts mehr einfällt, erzählt man einfach nochmal dasselbe in neuen Worten. Nur, dass das zweite Mal einfach nicht mehr so verfängt. Der erste Teil hat mich ziemlich geflasht, aber hier musste ich mich wirklich durchkämpfen. Der Plot ist dasselbe und man lauscht ewig langen Monologen über Filme und Bücher der 80er Jahre. Und es wird teilweise einfach nur deren Handlung wiedergegeben. Ich fand es überhaupt nicht mitreißend und kann es nicht weiterempfehlen. Die Lesung von Will Wheaton war sehr gut. Nix auszusetzen daran.

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    • Philip
    • 18/01/2021

    Schade

    Hab den ersten Teil bestimmt 5 mal gehört . Der zweite Teil kommt leider nicht dran. Die Geschichte ist eine Wiederholung des ersten Teils nur schlechter erzählt. Musste das Buch für nen paar Wochen weg legen bevor ich es zu Ende hören könnte. Super langweilig und vorhersehbar.

    Ach ja Get woke Go broke, spielt auch noch mit in die Bewertung. Im ersten Teil wurde dezent auf Probleme in der us Gesellschaft hin gewiesen. Im zweiten Teil wird man mit der Nase drauf gestoßen .

    Ganz im Geiste von Star Trek dr who und Star Trek :(

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    • S. Buchholz
    • 30/11/2020

    Just More Of The Same

    First of all. Wil Wheaton - as always - does a great job.
    Unfortunately, the story he has to read is not up to par.
    I loved RP1 because the idea was new and quirky and exciting at the time.
    The sequel could have been an exciting story about how the High4 plus Og or plus Lohengrin face and fight the demise of the real world, using technology, ideas and lessons learned. Instead we get just another treasure hunt with far too much deus ex machina involvement to solve the riddle and make sure everybody lives happily ever after.
    RP1 was a book for adults who grew up in the 80ies and liked the clever combination of a classic anti-hero quest with 80ies sub culture cross references. RP2 is a book for kiddies who liked the RP1 movie (which to me also was a huge disappointment), but were never interested in more than popcorn munching while watching fancy pictures move.

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    • Jo Black
    • 29/11/2020

    Anspruchslose Geschichte, Darsteller ohne Rückgrad

    Die Geschichte ist bei weitem sehr anspruchslos. Der Hauptdarsteller wird noch unreifer als vorher dargestellt und er steht nicht für seine Werte sondern macht immer wieder den "Bückling" gegenüber seiner ehemaligen Freundin. Ultra SIMP Verhalten. Mal ganz davon abgesehen dass komplexe Themen wie "Gender Fluidy" in Teenagerjahen vollkommen kritiklos einseitig dargestellt werden. Kam mir eher als Propagandamaterial vor. Ich habe in der Mitte aufgehört es zu hören. Schade um das Geld.

    Der erste Teil ist um Längen besser.

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    • Chris T.
    • 05/01/2021

    Aufnahmequalität unterirdisch! Deutsche besser?

    Es war ohnehin schwer eine Fortsetzung für ein Buch zu schreiben was keiner Fortsetzung bedarf.

    Die Aufnahmequalität gibt diesem Hörbuch jedoch den Rest und ist für mich damit nicht zu empfehlen!
    Ich weiß nicht wo der Sprecher sein Mikrofon versteckt hatte. Die Qualität jedes beliebigen Podcasts ist besser als das.

    Ich hoffe auf die deutsche Fassung, auch wenn es durch die Übersetzung etwas verfälscht wird.
    immerhin ist dieses Hörbuch immernoch besser als der Film.

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    • C.K.
    • 26/11/2020

    Sadly an uninspired book

    Compared to the ready player one this book seems over the top and boring at the same time. It simply does not create the same nostalgia and love 😔

    Will as a narrator sadly is also a little bit boring compared to other great narrators Audible offers for other books.

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    • J. K.
    • 27/04/2021

    Langweilig und voraussehbar.

    Ewig wird erstmal darüber geschrieben wie toll doch alles ist, tolles Haus tolles neues Headset, gefühlt 50% vom Buch. Dann geht es los, aber so voraussehbar und langweilig. Ich habe gar keine Lust mehr das Hörbuch zu Ende zu hören. Will Wheaton als Sprecher passt irgendwie so gar nicht. Ich weiss nicht, es gibt soooo viel bessere Sprecher. Will wurde hier auch nur genommen aufgrund seines Bekanntheitsgrades.

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    • M. Altmann
    • 02/04/2022

    Nette Fortsetzung

    Eine nette Geschichte, wenn man mehr möchte. Es fehlt allerdings der Biss der erste Geschichte und das Ende ist nicht so zufriedenstellend, wie ich hoffte. Trotzdem war ich die Dauer über gut unterhalten.

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    • Dodo
    • 05/11/2021

    Unnecessary

    Just download part 1 again, nobody needed this sequel. lacking ideas and most importantly motivation, it's the usual cash grab follow up.

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    • Michael Ibsen
    • 21/09/2021

    Way behind part one

    The first three hours or so are quite boring, nothing really happens. After that it gets better, although it has a lengthy passage near the third quarter. Dozens of irrelevant details are meticulously described with painstaking accuracy. However, I managed to listen to the end and it also had exciting and sometimes even intriguing episodes.