Stories I only tell my Friends- Rob Lowe

I love non fiction, especially autobiography style books. I always find it interesting to be able to take a peek inside of someone else’s world and learn about their story.

Rob Lowe’s autobiography, Stories I only tell my Friends, was entertaining and enjoyable. It was a good read. Not my favorite ever, mostly because I couldn’t relate to all of the movies and time period he spoke of. Overall, I would definitely recommend it though!

Here is the description from Amazon:

A teen idol at fifteen, an international icon and founder of the Brat Pack at twenty, and one of Hollywood’s top stars to this day, Rob Lowe chronicles his experiences as a painfully misunderstood child actor in Ohio uprooted to the wild counterculture of mid-seventies Malibu, where he embarked on his unrelenting pursuit of a career in Hollywood.

The Outsiders placed Lowe at the birth of the modern youth movement in the entertainment industry. During his time on The West Wing, he witnessed the surreal nexus of show business and politics both on the set and in the actual White House. And in between are deft and humorous stories of the wild excesses that marked the eighties, leading to his quest for family and sobriety.

Never mean-spirited or salacious, Lowe delivers unexpected glimpses into his successes, disappointments, relationships, and one-of-a-kind encounters with people who shaped our world over the last twenty-five years. These stories are as entertaining as they are unforgettable.