I decided I loved this book when Barrowman started his autobiography with a recap of a Matrix-style wall vault on a busy street, inadvertently almost taking out an old lady.
It's a coming out story, a work-hard-and-be-beautiful story, and a tale about a kid who loves to dance. Granted, the actor seems to enjoy the sound of his voice. To his credit, the voice is rather showbiz, slightly self-centered, and definitely entertaining. I stretched this one out to a few sittings because he made me laugh.
... and yes, I started reading it because I'm a bit in love with his character on Doctor Who. Don't judge.