My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I enjoyed Wheaton's book "Just a Geek" and was looking forward to reading more of his stories in "The Happiest Days of Our Lives." This collection is shorter but still enjoyable.
Wil is open about his personal life and struggles. He talks quite a lot about his wife and step-kids throughout the book. Being a step-parent must be difficult and Wil does whatever it takes to be the best one.
His childhood also comes up quite a few times. Most child stars in his situation would fall into drinking, drugs, and partying. Wil avoided all that by being like a normal kid: he played board games and read comic books.
If you're interested in more about Wil I recommend you:
- Check out his blog at WilWheaton.net
- Watch his youtube channel on board games called TableTop
- Follow him on twitter.