I’m currently reading READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline.
So far it seems to be a book about finding an Easter egg in a video game. What’s cool is the author actually wrote an Easter egg into the book itself.
However, I found my very own Easter egg that made my night:


If you read the book you’ll know why this made my night.

OK, that’s all for now. I’m too tired to write more. I want to get back to my late night reading.



  1. Josje · April 14, 2016

    Hey, I’m reading (listening to) the book right now, haven’t finished it yet, but the writer giving Halliday Aspergers made me worried and angry. I do have to say, I haven’t finished the book yet and I am sincerely curious to know why it made you happy. I’m not sure what to make of it yet. So I would most definitly like to read your opinion! :).

    《Possible SPOILERS ahead, chapter 5/6》

    The reasons for saying Halliday had Aspergers were because he was acting outright obnoxious and anti-social all of the time. As the book says “like he had a mental illness”. For me it feels like the book continues the stigma. So why did it make you happy? Or do I just need to finish the book, and I’ll understand it?


  2. Josje · April 17, 2016

    I read the rest. I understand now.


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