I laughed out loud every chapter. This audiobook was entertaining, not just funny but hilarious, and full of practical advice. Thank you Bill!
shatners funny delivery and storytelling.
it was fun to experience what being shatner is like. it's fun and interesting.
shatner, of course!
i didn't know what to expect when i got this book, but i was completely floored. this book was laugh out loud funny, and often insightful.
This is good for some laughs and Shatner insight. Nice to get some of his biography. At 80 he has earned the right to be full of himself, and he is. Wish he read it a bit slower and less mumbly, but it was mostly understandable. There is a way too long section read in Spanglish. Can't even figure what that was all about or why he bothered.
Very entertaining and surprisingly touching as well. Have always enjoyed his performances, but now admire him as a man as well. Bravo, Bill
William Shatner is very funny in this audiobook that he reads - could anyone else even do it? Yes, there is a few minutes where he goes off on a rant of Esperanto but that's forgiveable because of the rest of the book. This is not a history of StarTrek. It's a look at how his personal life intersects his all-too-public life. Like the time when he was passing a kidney stone and for few minutes he was out in the hallway with his legs resting in the stirrups. A person walks by and says "Look, Captain Kirk is having a baby". You can probably imagine how Star Trek has come to dominate not his life but his public image. And that must very annoying. But Shatner discusses this and many other topics with an acerbic wit. This book is almost as funny as my favority Audible book: Bossypants by Tina Fey.
I really enjoyed the first half of the book. Shatner has a lot of personality and attitude and it was fun to hear his perspective on many of the different TV shows and movies he has been apart of. However, started to lose interest in the second half of the book. Too much Shatner on Shatner to sustain interest.
Not all of them. It's different.
Good job there
Uuuuuuummmm no, I don't think so
Not as great as I had hoped
Once again William Shatner delivers. William Shatner once again proves that he is not only aware of his persona but his persona is him. At once a collections of stories and opinion pieces show us a man who is rightfully referred to as an icon.
Self narration is a total plus.
Yes, nothing beats listening to Shatner Rules being narrated by Shatner. It wouldn't be the same if read by someone else.
He's Shatner! 'Nuff said.
Come live in Shatner's World!
I hope to release my 1st book (about 3 friends who start asking questions and end up saving the world) on Audible before the end of 2014! :P
Many have wondered if this guy takes himself seriously. This audiobook proves it doesn't matter because either way it is funny as hell! If it was read by anyone else though it would have been worthless. So good thing they got Shat to read Shat. While listening I shat my pants many times.