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The Sequel To The Book ‘Ready Player One’ Is Coming Just In Time For The Holidays

Where are my bookies at? Just announced, there is some awesome news from the literary world.

We have waited nine long years, but we are FINALLY getting a sequel to Ready Player One. Not the movie — the book!

The sequel has been finished, and it will drop into stores on November 24th — just in time for the holidays!

Woot woot. I know what is going in my husband’s stocking. He LOVED the original Ready Player One. He said it was as readable as the Twilight series, or The Hunger Games Saga. It was a total page turner.

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Only at #SDCC. Limited quantity.

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No details about the plot have been leaked, but that’s not going to keep the hoards of people waiting for its arrival.

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Love is for the brave. #ReadyPlayerOne

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You may have seen the Ready Player One movie that was release in 2018. People are saying that it was good, but the book is sooooo much better — which tends to be the way of things, right?

Ernest Cline, the author of Ready Player One, says he started writing Ready Player Two as they were making the movie for the first book.

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A Hidden Key: A Leap Not Taken. #ReadyPlayerOne

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Cline went on to explain that he had always planned on writing more books on the series, even before the movie’s success.

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So, get EXCITED. We are about to have a new book series on our hands! Ready Player Two, we are ready for you.

If you want to pre-order the book, it is available right on the Amazon website. You can get it for your Kindle at a price of 15 bucks, or you can pre-order the hardcover for $29. I always love the feel of a real book in my hands, but that’s just me.

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While we are on the subject of books, librarians have a PSA for the general public. Do Not Microwave Your Library Books.

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