I really enjoyed this, and would recommend it.
I was (and am) a big Star Trek fan, and I knew Shatner mostly from that. In fact though, as my well informed readers know, he’s done a lot of other things, many of them since the show. Some of these things were less known to me. Also, he’s lived a very interesting life.
In the book he uses all of this as great raw material. He discusses his triumphs such winning an Emmy for Boston Legal. He spends a lot of time on Star Trek of course, and you learn some things you may not have known about Leonard Nimoy as well, such as his growing up as a Jew in Boston and struggling with Alcoholism. He also discusses his four marriages, including his third that ended with his wife’s death by drowning in their pool.
The book is very honest. He is shamelessly, but with a wink engages in self promotion, à la price line. But he also, discusses his failures and some regrets. Regrets such as hunting down a bear with a bow and arrow, only to realize why kill such a noble creature.
Finally, William Shatner is a very funny guy. Read the first chapter if you can and you’ll see what I mean. If you can get the audio book. Shatner reads it in his “Shatnerian” style.