It's pretty rare to find a book that I truly enjoy reading. This enjoyment can best be described by the feeling that I cannot put the book down and I must keep going.
That feeling was alive and well when reading Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline.
The book is fiction, but takes the reader through a great story, and, if you grew up in the 1980's, you will get an extra bonus - the feeling of nostalgia. All of the great things about being a kid in the 80's will come back to life.
I won't ruin the story for you, but suffice it to say that this book took me to a similar place as when I read Snowcrash, by Neal Stephenson.
This is possibly the best book I have read in several years. It's both easy going, and full of excitement.
Thank you, Sunil, for introducing this book to me!