I listened to the audiobook version which is read by Rob Lowe. He has a lovely
voice, but oddly enough I think I would have enjoyed the book more if I hadn't heard it in his own words. I mean, I have to assume that someone presenting his own story is being deliberate in his tone and inflections because he wants to come across in a specific way. Throughout the book the tone is matter-of-fact, but uniformly light and superficial. From his childhood to his fame, to his drinking, downfall, and redemption, the feel never varies. Kind of makes it hard to believe that he's sincere in any of it.