The man who turns his Star Wars obsession into a part of his career.
One part memoir, one part fictional spy thriller/comedy. Simon Pegg did not want to write a memoir but his publisher forced him to, so he decided to make every other chapter a funny fictional spy adventure. Definitely a lot of fun.
A nice light and at times funny auto bio Recommend this book for those who enjoy Pegg's humor.
I am afraid to say that I felt mostly bored throughout the entire reading of this book, so much so, than even after being about 75% through it, I just couldn't take it any longer. I guess I had been expecting more information on what it was like shooting my favorite Cornetto classics, mixed with a bit of summed up personal life information. Simon Pegg, I'm glad that you have a strong philosophical view on a Star Wars, but I just didn't care for it. Maybe down the road I'll give it a read again.
I recommend this if you are a Pegg fan. There is a lot of insight into many artistic and personal influences that led him to his status of funny nerd man that he is today. I really liked the chapters on Star Wars which were a huge influence to him as they were to me. I liked Pegg a lot before reading this and now feel I know him better (not stalkishly) and we should totally hang out because we would be great friends. I bet he's never heard that before. I heart Simon Pegg (not in that creepy way).
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