I'm not sure who recommended this book to me, likely Andy or Kris. The basic premise is that in a not-too-distant future (like, really not too distant, the world is pretty much shit, and humans interact in a virtual world, pretty much hermitting except for, well, not much. The creator of the virtual world technology dies, and leaves the inheritance of his vast fortune to the first person to find an easter egg hidden in that virtual world. The biggest issue with the easter egg hunt is the stunning size and complexity of the virtual world created.
The book is full of 1980s trivia, including more references to early gaming culture than I have seen in a long, long, long time.
It was a great, if somewhat awkward at times, read.
And as Andy says, "Was there ever a greater decade than the 80s?" The answer is, of course, "No."