A remarkable memoir that explores what it means to be whole. Kevin Michael Connolly has seen the world in a way most of us never will. Whether being swarmed by flocks of by Japanese tourists at Epcot center as a child, or holding center court at the X Games on his monoski as a teenager, Kevin has been an object of curiosity since the day he was born without legs. In an attempt to capture the stares of others, Kevin traveled to 17 countries on his skateboard and took over 30,000 photographs of people gaping at him. In this strikingly candid memoir, Connolly casts the lens inward to explore how we view ourselves and what it is to truly see another person. Written with considerable wit, "Double Take" is an unsentimental coming of age story that will change the way you look at others, and the way you see yourself.