Skip E. Lowe's autobiography, 'The Boy with The Betty Grable Legs' runs a high speed race through his life and it is on a
very fast track. No flagging, no dragging, no sagging.
This book, like Skippy, moves with olympic energy and soul
sharing humanity. With laughs, gaffs and shafts, there is no
waiting to get to the good parts. Every page is alive with a
story that is immediately satisfying.
I was intending to politely browse the book but Skippy
snags my interest from the very first page and doesn't let me go.
I felt I graduated a speed reading course, it reads so fast.
What a life Skippy has led! It can't be true!
Not that he has adventured with great names and far away
places that we can only dream of, but that he has acted
on convictions where most only moralize.
If you meet him, he's small.
If you know him, he's giant.