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Book Review of Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography

Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography
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I saw this book on the shelf at the library so I checked it out. I went through a phase in the 90's when I was obsessed with The Outsiders, plus I always though Mr Lowe was not bad looking. This book goes into great details about his Outsider days and his various relationship with women. He leaves out a lot, in my opinion, like after he did the Outsiders did he lose some friends because of his new found fame? Did people who didn't like him suddenly become his friend? What did his friends in Dayton think when they saw him on TV? He does a LOT of name dropping in this book and he acts all suspenseful and doesn't reveal who they are until the end of the paragraph. This book is funny though, Rob has a great sense of humor. The audio version he reads it himself.

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