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
Good content and very interesting
Shatner is a pretty good reader but he tends to whisper at times making him difficult to hear
Absolutely. This truly is a book that you must listen to as opposed to read because William Shatner narrates it. Unless you are hearing him you might miss some of the humor and pain.
I have been a Shatner fan since I was 10 years old and Star Trek was and is a huge part of my life.
William Shatner of course.
William Shatner was and is a hard working actor whose broad range of experiences makes me love him all the more. What a great man, kind, generous, and willing to see his own flaws. If it's possible to love him more after listening to this book, then I do.
Shatner is a talented actor and i have enjoyed him for years but his narration of his own story leaves much to be desired. I seriously doubt that he has improved in subsequent roles.
His performance was so bad that i did'nt get far.
Shatner's voice volume and tone drops from normal to nearly a whisper in nearly every sentence.
I would'nt risk it
Yes and no...
William Shatner of course...
I found it very frustrating to have him go from talking at a good level to a whisper which is hard to hear as he tends to go faster and more jumbled... It almost made me want to stop listening but the story was to good so I continued not knowing what I was missing...
Yes... as long as he doesn't whisper, going faster and become more jumbled...
I really enjoyed the story it self...