I am a bookaholic and I admit I have a problem, but I do not want help resolving this problem because honestly it's an amazing problem that involves an ever-expanding library with thousands of tales to be read.
I believe that Ernest Cline's phenomenal debut novel Ready Player One will become a classic in 100 years time. This book was originally published by Random House on August 16, 2011.
According to the article Qualities of Classic Literature, the following characteristics help distinguish a piece of literature as a classic:
The two qualities that stand out the most for me in the book Ready Player One are it being timely and it's readable in its style. Even though this book a science fiction dystopian book set in the future, its references to the 80s and video games of that decade really connect to readers during this time. As for readable, it may start off slower, but as you keep going it just hooks you and you can't seem to stop reading. This I find is my experience with most classic. It starts slow, but then I'm hooked and I will reread the book over and over again because it is just that good.
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