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"Short but sweet, a highly recommended addtition to anyone's bookshelf - Trekker, Trekkie, geek or otherwise - we can't wait for his next book!" - Paul Hudson, Linux Format, July - Linux Format Top Stuff Award
Wil Wheaton may be one of the most unusual celebrities of our time. Born into stardom with the movie "Stand By Me", and then growing up on television as Wesley Crusher on "Star Trek: The Next Generation", Wil was in the spotlight nearly his entire childhood. Instead of burning out as a child star, he left fame behind and became a computer specialist in what Hollywood might consider the middle of nowhere: Topeka, Kansas. Now, Wil considers himself "just a geek", and both Dancing Barefoot and the forthcoming biography Just a Geek are about his journey in rediscovering himself and coming to terms with what it means to be famous, or, ironically, famous for being previously famous.
I really loved Just A Geek. This book is shorter and while still awesome it doesn't pack quite the punch that Just A Geek did. Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2013 by AliKira
I really enjoyed all of the stories in 'Dancing Barefoot'. This collection turned out well. His stories are interesting, moving, and emotional. Read morePublished on April 22 2010 by Pippa
Wil Wheaton is a wonderful author. His style of writing is very intriguing. I especially enjoyed the story about him going to a Star Trek convention. Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2009 by C. Bullis
I've been an avid reader at WWdN since shortly after it went up. So I knew I would like this book. Outside of the content, which proves Wil's capability as an author, the format... Read morePublished on July 16 2004 by E. Peck
I grew up following Wil's career. I watched all of his movies and he is the reason I watched Star Trek: The Next Generation. Read morePublished on July 4 2004 by Amber Ragland
Why shouldn't people say a review isn't helpful if it doesn't tell you anything about the book? Wil may be a liberal, but you won't get that from this book. Read morePublished on July 3 2004
If book burning was an acceptable form of political expression, I would buy as many copies of this book as I could and throw a bonfire bonanza. Read morePublished on July 1 2004
What happened to that kid from Star Treck: The New Guys? He grew up and became a writer. Strike that, he became a helluva writer. Read morePublished on June 15 2004 by Amazon Customer
I still remember Wil Wheaton from his days on Star Trek: The Next Generation (something I'm sure he's only heard a zillion times). Read morePublished on June 6 2004 by GB Banks (publisher, author)