Shatner Rules: Your Key to Understanding the Shatnerverse and the World atLarge
Publish date: October 13th 2011
Edition language: English
, Media Tie In
, Biography Memoir
, Star Trek
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...
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) ...
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, ...
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.