I read Ernest Cline's books, Ready Player One and Armada. They were entertaining, but they were like reading screenplays for Netflix-produced series. With the success of Stranger Things, I can see it happen.
I couldn't agree more with that.
I've spent the last month or two re-reading Hamilton's Commonwealth saga so as to read his latest two-part series.
Just on the last book of that and while I enjoy his writing a lot, I'm a bit bummed he's back in the Void and dealing with low-tech and 'magic' again.
I can't wait until I've forgotten the Culture series. Looking forward to re-reading it.