Birth date: April 20, 1937
George Takei's Books
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I originally read and reviewed the hardcover book, checked out from my library, but the publisher is now offering an e-book version so I am basing my review on the new e-book, released March 10, 2015. I was able to read this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have completely ...
Because Takei is just amazing. Absolutely amazing! As a man who simply is caring, sensitive, intelligent, as an activist, as an actor. As someone who is willing to laugh at himself, and who does so with a grace that humbles me. Much of this is both laugh out loud funny and informative, which...
A short rumination by the irrepressible Takei on how social media works and how he came to be one of it's most popular denizens. Nothing earthshattering here, but it's an enjoyable read.
I don't read many humor books, but as George Takei writes, he's sort of the 'naughty gay uncle we all wish we had'. I was more than a little excited to pick up this book, as I'm an avid follower on his Facebook fan page and was expecting more of his brand of humor.Unfortunately, it didn't much live ...
Very uneven in the quality of the stories. Most of them just okay, a few quite good. The only one I'd call great is Neil Gaiman's (no surprise), but the ones by Kelly Link and Joe Hill came close.