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Pure Honest Joy 12. Januar 2009
Von T. A. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I'd heard Wil read one story from this book at a convention. That one story was so full of joy and reminded me so much of what it was like to be a kid that I had to pick up his book. Everything he writes is so full of life and energy and happiness, even in the sad parts. REAL life. It's an absolute joy to read. I had to read everything else of his, too. I rarely read anything more than once, but I keep coming back to it. If you can get your hands on a copy, DO IT! I know it's hard, but if there aren't any in your price range, try asking your library to have a copy shipped. It's worth it.
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This X-Gen can relate to the stories. 21. März 2011
Von RedSeraphim - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Love it, good read, wish I could add more to what has already been said so well by others. I didn't think I would read a book like this(e.g. memoirs of stars)but having been a re-newed STTNG fan I came across what former stars where doing and it lead me to this one by Wheaton. Again, this is a good read a time capsule of a certain generation, one that spawned a lot of creative people of the tech age.
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Too Short 2. April 2014
Von Keith Blodgett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Wait? It's over? Already? This was way too short. I blinked and it was over. The writing was good, perhaps some of Wil Wheaton's best but I'd really like to see him branch out into something that doesn't come off like a blog post for the week. Still, this solidly puts Wil Wheaton on my list of authors to look out for.
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A reminder of a joyful time. 5. Juli 2009
Von Ang - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book was funyn and touching. Wil is a wonderful and imaginative writer. I hope there are more books to come.
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'80s nostalgia, thoughtfulness, and humor 11. Juni 2014
Von Monika - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I love reading Wil Wheaton's stories about his life. I can't remember which book I read first, Just a Geek or Dancing Barefoot (which I wrote a bit about a couple months ago in a Sunday Salon post), but I always find myself connecting with what he has to say. The Happiest Days of Our Lives was no exception.

Admittedly, a former teen crush on Wesley Crusher sparked my interest in Wheaton's books, wanting to know more about the actual person behind the character; but the Star Trek connection isn't what keeps me reading his books (or his blog, or his Twitter feed). Wheaton isn't much older than I am and we have similar geeky interests, so there's plenty of "coming of age in the '80s" nostalgia I can relate to. His reflections and observations from childhood have me nodding along in agreement. And there are times when I think about how weird it is that I'm a parent now... wait, I'm a grownup?!. His stories make me feel Wheaton understands that, too. There's an author/reader camaraderie within the pages of his books.

If you enjoy memoirs and are looking for something novella-length, don't miss The Happiest Days of Our Lives. It contains stories on being a geek, the joy that comes with passing your childhood interests along to your children, saying goodbye to parts of your past, and more. Wheaton writes about life openly and honestly, with thoughtfulness and humor. You can't help but appreciate his insight and perspective.
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