Memories of the Future - Volume 1
Publish date: October 4th 2009
Publisher: Monolith Press
Pages no: 138
Edition language: English
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I admit to being biased, being a hugely dorky fan of Wil Wheaton. (Can I get a w00tstock Nashville? Please?) And what do you know, I'm also a hugely dorky fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation. So Wil Wheaton snarking all over the less than stellar first season of TNG? Pure awesome. This isn't a beh...
As someone who grew up watching ST:TNG I was highly amused. I love that Wheaton looks at the series like a fan but with amusing behind the scenes information. He really dislikes some of the writers. Surely I can't be the only person who really liked Wesley? Of course, I was in elementary school ...
This was a fun way to start watching The Next Generation. Wil Wheaton has a very engaging style, and his honest reactions to his character and to his memories of his older colleagues, are fascinating. I'm sure this book is even more fun if you've been watching the show since it first aired. [The o...