In chapter six of, Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, personally I believe that this is the area where readers really find out what drives the main character. He comes across the Anorak’s Almanac by James Halliday. By taking five and plus years, he studies the journal as if it was the bible for him. This I find interesting. Halliday unintentionally created a pure genius based off what he wrote in his “bible”. The main character deciphered this journal inside and out was was able to know everything there was to know to man that was written down by Halliday. While reading this chapter within the book, this made me think that Halliday was some sort of higher supreme being that brought humanity this written codes, rules, and laws that all of humanity was supposed to follow. The main character did just did that. He studied, watched, and read everything mentions. Whether it was starting to George Lukas’ greatest Triology that he created, Star Wars, or to knowing a fictional city/town from The Simpsons more than the own town or city that he grew himself. I find it remarkable with how much knowledge he gained based off of this journal. To me I believe this made the main was or could possibly be one of the most dangerous man that could have potentially walked on stage of Jeopardy just based off how much he knows in pop culture. Who knows how long his streak would have gone if he had appeared on the show. But this also makes me think what could he have done while he was deep in the midst of Halliday’s journal. The main even stated that he did not care one bit at all if his grades were slipping at all. Which is astonishing just to study this journal. This showed the readers his pure dedication to one man who resembled God to the main character. Remarkable.