I like Dwight Schrute. He's a funny, quirky, odd-ball kind of guy. So when I saw Rainn Wilson's memoir, I snatched it up. Here's what I've learned having read it: I like Dwight Schrute. Rainn Wilson is okay.
I don't say that to be mean either. The book was "meh" filled with pages upon pages of Wilson rambling about his early life in the theatre. I enjoyed reading about him growing up in the pacific northwest. I even enjoyed reading about him in Hollywood, but there was a large gap in the middle of him in college that really was quite boring.
Basically the only reason I read this book was to get insight on what it was like to work on The Office. I was happy with how much of the book covers this milestone in his career, offering behind the scenes information, how the episodes were rehearsed, as well as how the show almost never even made it to air. (Thank goodness it did!)
Overall, the book was meh. Read it if you're a Dwight fan.
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