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Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 3 years ago
Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner first crossed paths as actors on the set of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Little did they know that their next roles, in a new science-fiction television series, would shape their lives in ways no one could have anticipated. In seventy-nine television episodes and six fea...
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 3 years ago
3.5 starsThis is a really cool look at the lives of two famous men. They were friends for half of their lives and are known by most everyone by their iconic rolls from Star Trek. It was really interesting to learn about their families, life on the set for things they did together in Hollywood, thi...
All Things Book
All Things Book rated it 3 years ago
I have been wanting to read this book and my son gave it to me for Christmas; I was not disappointed. I learned a lot about Leonard Nimoy that I did not know, like that fact that he was a poet. Truly enjoyed this book.
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 4 years ago
When I saw this audio book available immediately through my library, I jumped at the chance to listen to William Shatner talk about his relationship with Leonard Nimoy. I wasn't disappointed. There really wasn't a lot of NEW information here, but it was still a pleasurable listen. As a listener, I...
Daryl Reads
Daryl Reads rated it 4 years ago
This was a very interesting look at both the lives of William Shatner himself and of Leonard Nimoy. It seems a very honest portrayal of their interpersonal and life struggles . The audiobook was especially impacting to me because of Shatner's own narration of his book. The end left me saddened and h...
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
In some review or other, Shatner was accused of “committing serial autobiography” (pretty funny) – but as far as I can recall, the only memoirs of his that I have read have been specifically linked to Star Trek (either the TV show or the movies). Given the generally appalling anecdotes about the st...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 6 years ago
This will be brief. I have no idea what to make of this book. It is not the book was bad, it just wasn't ... great, or consistently funny. Nor did it feel like an honest commentary on, well..., anything - apart from the incident with the underwear thief, maybe. (No, I won't elaborate.) There s...
It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 6 years ago
This book was a true joy to read. I wasn’t even suppose to read, my plan was just to check in the first chapter but I was hooked, line and sinker. It was a quick read; it was both easy written and so funny that I couldn’t stop reading. Star Trek is kind of a big thing in America (see image below) ...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 7 years ago
ON THINGS THAT SHATNER SAYS 1) This "fifty-thousand-word rulebook/memoir" is a surprisingly fun and funny book. Not for me laugh-out-loud funny, but often smile-worthy. No doubt Shatner's co-author Chris Regan (in the small type), a writer for The Daily Show, had a lot to do with that. By the way, ...
philoSophie
philoSophie rated it 7 years ago
the first shatner book i've ever read and i had a blast! it was informative, funny, sad at times, funny and a page turner. oh, and funny.
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