I'm liking Ready Player One a lot so far, except for the part where it's set in a Global Depression with some really questionable assumptions, but I can ignore the setting for the sake of the story because most of the story takes place online anyway. It's a geek/otaku/gamer's wet dream, an MMORPG that's free to play and has the world's most valuable Easter Egg hidden somewhere in the thousands of worlds that make up OASIS - control of the company that owns and operates OASIS. Our gamer hero, like so many others, has immersed himself in the life story and 80s pop culture obsessions of OASIS' famously eccentric creator, and manages to figure out where the first of three keys to the egg is hidden and how to win it - after the treasure hunt has been underway for five years and only the truly obsessed/committed "gunters" are still looking. That's when the trouble starts, of course. Great story so far.
As for Catching Fire, damn. Highly recommended on the off chance you haven't already read it.
Plan for tomorrow is to stay home and do laundry, do some studying so I can maybe pass the first chunk of the Block CBT course I'm working on, and maybe get caught up on internet spaceships.