- Paperback: 84 pages
- Publisher: Monolith (2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0974116033
- ISBN-13: 978-0974116037
- Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,205,816 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Sunken Treasure: Wil Wheaton's Hot Cocoa Box Sampler Paperback – 2009
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More About the Author
Wil currently splits his time between acting and writing. In 2010, he joined the cast of Eureka as Doctor Isaac Parrish, and recurs as Sheldon Cooper's nemesis, Evil Wil Wheaton, on The Big Bang Theory. He's published three acclaimed books: Just A Geek, Dancing Barefoot, and The Happiest Days of Our Lives. His latest books are Sunken Treasure, The Day After and Other Stories, and Memories of the Future, Volume One. All of his books grew out of Wil's immensely popular, award-winning weblog, which he created at WIL WHEATON dot NET and currently maintains at WIL WHEATON dot NET: in Exile.
Top Customer Reviews
The top layer of chocolate-y goodness is all about his experiences as an working actor. Being on a set, working with actors, auditioning for roles are all things I will never do and can't relate to. They're interesting for the behind-the-scenes glimpse of Hollywood they offer.
The nougat center is all about things I CAN relate to: missed opportunities, parenthood, nostalgia for the 80's, self-doubt, criticism, and just how scary it is to change course at 30.
Wheaton is so down-to-earth that he makes you feel like he's your best bud (I mean that in a non-creepy/stalker way) who's made it big but still remembers who his friends are. You laugh with him, you're nervous for him, you're proud of him, but most of all you want to read more.
Originally put together for a convention, this is a sampler of Wheaton's writings on different subjects. I read his website ([...]) and had his previous books, so I didn't get this one until it came out for the Kindle, and I just got a Kindle about a week ago. This was a treat, and not only for reading his work in a new medium.
There's stuff in here that isn't in his other books. Remember the video game Kangaroo? Whether you do or not, you'll be enthralled by Wil's writing about how he associates it with working on the movie "The Buddy System" and his friendship with Susan Sarandon and hearing David Bowie for the first time.
Yes, there's some stuff from his other books, but a lot that isn't. Either way, you're in for an enjoyable read.
I recommend this book highly!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Starts off as slow, but gets better as you read it. I have never read any thing he has written, so I taken by surprise,Published on April 24, 2013 by Pat
If you've never read any of Wil Wheaton's writing, this collection is a great way to start. I particularly loved the story about him figuring out that he wanted to write and the... Read morePublished on March 21, 2013 by Sarah Davis
I have been reading Wil's books and have been enjoying them immensly. They have candour and humour and show real growth not only as a writer but as a person. Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Tony