Book Simulator

Book Simulator

by Chris Yee

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BN ID: 2940153473970
Publisher: To The Moon Publishing
Publication date: 11/16/2016
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 570,222
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Chris Yee grew up in Needham, Massachusetts. As a young child, he had a wild imagination, thinking up stories of mystery and wonder. People would ask what he wanted to be when he grew up, and the answer was always the same. He wanted to be an author. As he grew older, educational interests pulled him away from the world of writing and into math and science. He attended Northeastern University and received a Bachelor's Degree in civil engineering. He now works in Boston, full-time as an engineer. Despite his technical background, he never lost an interest in writing. He writes every day, to fulfill a passion that has never faded.

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Book Simulator 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Beth Katherine for Readers' Favorite Book Simulator is a hilarious, satirical self-help novel in the vein of books that promise to help you read faster! Better! More efficiently! However, instead of selling you empty promises and broken dreams of becoming a better reader, Book Simulator is here to help fool your friends, family, and acquaintances that you are, in fact, a true bibliophile and avid reader by teaching you valuable techniques, like how to make and maintain direct eye contact with your book and how to turn pages in such a way that it seems genuine. As soon as I read the synopsis, I knew that Book Simulator was going to be a fun read. And I was not wrong. Author Chris Yee (who the book identifies as not being a real person in the first author bio—yes, there are two!) has a natural aptitude for comedy. His dry humor was engaging (prepare yourself to have a staring contest with a book, literally!), delightfully charming, and surprising to the very end. As you progress through Book Simulator, you are rewarded with a thumbs-up (sometimes a barrage of thumbs ups!)—except for when you aren’t because the simulator is displeased with you. Overall, Book Simulator worked for me. Thanks to Chris Yee and Book Simulator, I learned how to seem like a reliable and knowledgeable reader, which is how I wrote this review.Just kidding! I read Book Simulator from start to finish and had the best laugh I’d had in a long time. I would recommend Book Simulator to anyone who enjoys a quick read, likes to laugh, or is looking for a fun conversation starter.