I loved the stories and the book. But, trying to listen to Bill read this was painful! One minute it was to loud, the next you couldn't hear anything! I know that's the way he speaks but it's terrible for an audio book!
The narrator mumble so bad that that i missed half of the story ,
I have over 300 books and have many of shatner work this is not his best by far
William does well in other books and this is his life store but SPEAK UP
I dont think it would make it as a move
Very entertaining to read and listen to. At moments also very sad, just because life is not always fair nor easy. Over all a look behind the curtain absolutely worth taking.
Only to read it, not listen to it.
Shatner, because it's his memoir.
Almost anyone. Shatner's life is very interesting, and Fisher and Shatner write the recounting very well. But Shatner's manner of talking made this audiobook incredibly frustrating--I couldn't hear him half the time! And that's because, in addition to talking too fast, he'd end sentences almost below his breath, forcing me to jack up the volume.
Wonderful, fascinating story, but Shatner made it very difficult to follow with his voice. He should refrain from doing any more audiobooks.