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By Scott_pilgrim, Oct 19, 2020
This is ass, read scott pilgrim instead .0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001/10
eh, it was alright, not a masterpiece, but decent
it was ok
A book that hasn’t aged well. In its prime, it wasn’t really that good either, but it was a collective form of nerd/pop culture appreciation back when such things weren’t mainstream tier popular.
If you’re generous you could say it’s an interesting look back into how people thought the future would be like, but you’re better off just reading something more culturally significant.
Yeah, why the fuck are people in the future obessed with the 80s, I don’t give 2 shits about the 80s now
To be fair, they weren’t wrong. Look at all the 80s nostalgia fueled content in media right now. Many are still obsessed with that decade.
Wait really? Huh, I haven’t really seen that much 80s stuff, you got any recent examples
Stranger Things is inspired by and takes place in the 80s
The Goldberg’s is a TV show about an adult talking about when he was a kid in the 80s
Ducktales is a cartoon from the 80s that got rebooted
She Ra as well.
Ready player one getting a movie in <<current decade>>
Huh, never thought of those that way
Still think the references could have been done better
it just has something special, though its only my 3rd favorite decade, i like the 00s and 90's more
Also, the girl takes straight up harassment from the guy, then she just MAGICALLY falls in love with him at the end
You have to read it with it's main theme to enjoy it:
Lol, that’s actually what reminded me of this book and encouraged me to do this review