I enjoyed the first half of this book the most. While I didn't actually have a strong interest in Rob Lowe, I heard this was good, particularly since he narrates it (he does some good impressions). I thought his childhood memories were interesting, and missed hearing about his family later in the book. Early in his career he experienced some remarkable coincidences, and I loved hearing about The Outsiders (though, I must admit, I forgot he was in that. I was a Tommy Howell groupie). His writing is a mix of memories, show biz info (interesting!), somewhat cheesy life lessons, saying how great it was to work with certain people, and explaining his intentions and the reasons for his behavior, which started to feel a little repetitive. I still like him though.