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ISBN:0525952519
Author: William Shatner
ISBN13: 978-0525952510
Title: Shatner Rules: Your Guide to Understanding the Shatnerverse and the World at Large
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Language: English
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Publisher: Dutton; 1st edition (October 4, 2011)
Pages: 272

Shatner Rules: Your Guide to Understanding the Shatnerverse and the World at Large by William Shatner



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About book: I've had a bit of a weird fascination with William Shatner for many years. Patrick Stewart and Chris Pine duel for that honor. However, he's a bit of a straight shooter who has made no bones about his success and what he 's willing to do to maintain it. I respect that

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Shatner Rules, the latest book by William Shatner, is loaded with anecdotes about his life and work. There are humorous "rules" to how he lives his life interspersed throughout. The book is a fantastic read, never boring or plodding. Shatner displays an affable personality, a man able to make fun of himself and his over-the-top, egomaniacal image. Amidst all the humor, though, is a truly inspired message: say yes.

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You love William Shatner. You appreciate his creativity and willingness to take risks. You want to learn his master negotiation techniques. You wish you could hang out with him. Admit it. You want to BE William Shatner you can (almost). An avid horse rider and breeder, he has won numerous world championships in several equine events. His passions for horses and philanthropy were united when he started the Hollywood Charity Horse Show in 1990. The annual event benefits Los Angeles-based children's charities. Chris Regan is a five-time Emmy Award-winning comedy writer who has written for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Lopez Tonight. He was one of the contributors to the Daily Show's bestselling America (The Book) and is the author of Mass Historia: 365 Days of Historical Facts and (Mostly) Fictions.

Introduction: I, William Shatner, am now eighty years of age, and I've been thinking a lot lately about my late mother's eighty-fourth birthday. Final Fun Factner: It's Shatner's world. Or more accurately, beautifully Shatneresque Shatner does rule, doesn't he?

You love William Shatner. You admire his many and varied talents. You appreciate his creativity and willingness to take risks. You want to learn his master negotiation techniques. You wish you could hang out with him. Admit it. You want to BE William Shatner. And now...you can (almost).

This collection of rules, illustrated with stories from Bill's illustrious life and career, will show you how Bill became WILLIAM SHATNER, larger than life and bigger than any role he ever played. Shatner Rules is your guide to becoming William Shatner. Or more accurately, beautifully Shatneresque.

Because let's face it...Shatner does rule, doesn't he?

Reviews: 7
Chilldweller
Some sections of this book had me laughing out loud as Mr. Shatner pokes tongue-in-cheek fun at himself and other aspects of a long, successful career. He loves what he does and knows exactly how fortunate he is to have his career and family. His philosophy towards former ‘Star Trek’ co-stars is refreshingly honest: he WAS the star of the show along with Leonard Nimoy. Nimoy probably made more effort to go to bat for the rest during any professional disputes, which explains the cast’s fond memories of him. However it does not really explain the vitriol dumped on Shatner in various autobiographies over the years. Mr. Shatner enjoys his life to the fullest, knows his faults as a human, and still looks forward to each day—how cool is that??
Mr_KiLLaURa
“Shatner Rules: Your Guide to Understanding the Shatnerverse and the World at Large” ranks as one of the funniest books I have read in more time than I care to remember. William Shatner has learned to laugh at himself and his image which propels this collection of stories, insights and advice together. There are some great moments here with Shatner pushing back on Star Trek stars who have called him out and some nice responses to his roast on Comedy Central. This breezy book is a must have for Shatner fans, especially at a low price on Kindle. Highly recommenced.
Qus
This book is a fun guide to being William Shatner, written and read by the iconic star. There could be no greater authority on the fabulousness of William Shatner than the man himself, who is not shy about sharing that viewpoint. I bought the audio book liking Mr. Shatner, even feeling fondness for him. Now, I LOVE all things Shatner! He is very funny, with his rules, anecdotes, and shameless self-promotion. He is in on the joke, playing it to the hilt. Everyone should get the audio version, which is well-produced, to get the full effect of his Shatner-ness. I say that with no sense of cynicism. Shatner is exactly who a fan would like him to be: warm and hysterically funny.
Zepavitta
This is a funny and occasionally touching guide to being William Shatner. As always, part of the fun is his amazing obliviousness to the problems he had dealing with the other Star Trek cast members. Dude, when that many people spending that much time with you think you're a jerk, you really ought to take a closer look at your behavior. Some mildly homophobic remarks about Takei's marriage, but I think they're more reflective of his general frustration with the cast than anything.
Conjuril
Shatner Rules, the latest book by William Shatner, is loaded with anecdotes about his life and work. There are humorous "rules" to how he lives his life interspersed throughout. The book is a fantastic read, never boring or plodding. Shatner displays an affable personality, a man able to make fun of himself and his over-the-top, egomaniacal image. His jabs at himself, former co-stars, and Facebook are all fun and worth reading.

Amidst all the humor, though, is a truly inspired message: say yes. Shatner says 'yes' to life, its challenges and opportunities. Sometimes this has made him appear foolish. But, it has also made him a successful and much beloved character on our landscape.

Ignore the serious self-help stuff out there. Pick up Shatner Rules, have a great laugh, and learn some important lessons.
Tholmeena
What a life Mr. Shatner has led, and he's not through yet. Read this to appreciate the power of taking risks, of saying "yes" and then finding out where it takes you.
Naa
This is exactly what I would expect from William Shatner. We all know the tales of his enormous ego and the alleged hatred his own cast had for him, and yet the fact that he is in complete denial and often says "but they love me" just make him fun to listen to. He talks about his early life here, discusses just about every production he ever took parts in and without any embarrassment continues to hawk his books, tapes, movies and old TV shows. He is a carnival barker; a snake oil salesman, and I just love that. The wife and I drove around listening to the audio disk and often cracking up in heavy traffic. You either love him or hate him. If you love him, this book is perfect.
This is a very enjoyable book about a man I've been a fan of since I was eight. William Shatner, with co-author Chris Regan, presents a hilarious yet sometimes poignant take on the principles of living he has followed and follows to become and be The Shatner we all know and love.

There are autobiographical passages illustrating each of the rules, such as "Stay Hydrated," inspired by a coughing fit while performing in a 1961 Broadway play with Julie Harris and Walter Matthau, and my favorite, "Say Yes," which offers a behind the scenes look at the 2006 "Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner." There are many such passages about events in his life and career I was already familiar with, but each delivers new details I wasn't aware of. The rule of saying yes is returned to throughout the book, and its positive sentiment about the unexpected benefits to be found in things to which you might otherwise say no powerfully resonated with me.

Star Trek fans- about the feuds with co-stars of The Original Series accusing him of line and limelight stealing, he points out the fact that "...the stars of shows and films get more lines, more close-ups, and a slightly larger dressing room." And to everyone who yells "Beam me up Scotty" to him when they see him in public, he suggests alternatives from his non-Trek work ("Hey, Dad? Say some bleep!").

There's a lot more to enjoy in this book. The whimsical tone is punctuated by some serious and moving junctures about the accidental death of his wife, a beautifully intense fan encounter in New Zealand, and more.

I devoured "Shatner Rules" in just a few sittings. The only fault I could find was that its two hundred and fifty page length was too brief. I would have loved a thousand more.