Most people fall into one of two camps when it comes to Felicia Day. It’s either, “OMG, Felicia Day! She’s from Supernatural, Eureka, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog, and she created and starred in The Guild, that web series about people who play games online!” or it’s, “Who?”
Felicia Day is that quirky redhead from the aforementioned shows. She’s a little bit socially awkward, a little bit neurotic, and a whole lot of awesome geek.
In You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), Felicia takes us inside the events that led to her becoming the person she is, the more unusual elements of her childhood, and gives fresh insight to her very unique kind of celebrity. The events within are both amusing and highly relatable for any geek who felt they were a little bit different while growing up.
Those of you familiar with her work will know her voice and sense of humour, and these both shine through in my new favourite memoir of the year.