Publish date: February 24th 2004
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Pages no: 118
Edition language: English
, Media Tie In
, Biography Memoir
, Short Stories
, Pop Culture
, Star Trek
Wil manages to get just the right mix of humour and heart, creating a wonderful read. The imagery Wil evokes makes the reader feel as if they were there, looking back nostalgically as he was. The main flaw in this book is that there weren't more stories. Alas, it still managed to capture a number of...
After reading Wil Wheaton's memoir, Just a Geek, I figured why not go ahead and read his other works too? So I picked this one up. It's very similar in tone and subject matter to Just a Geek, even though most of the stories focus less on his relationship with Star Trek and more on his life and mem...
An enjoyable read, and a great counterpoint to Just a Geek. I think I would have read it faster but kept slowing down to hear Wil's voice in my head.
The "Spongebob VegasPants" story was my favorite. WILLIAM FUCKING SHATNER. Man, what a douche.
I laughed, I gushed...I got a little teary-eyed. This is an excellent book. It's funny and compelling and Wil shows that he is a great writer. I wanted more and I'm upset that I didn't buy "Just A Geek" first. If you just like a good story whether it be about Star Trek or just being a regular everyd...
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