This is my new print "Reading Books". The last book I read, which I highly recommend, was "Experience" by Martin Amis. It is an autobiography/ collection of memoirs that he wrote several years ago which I've been meaning to read forever. It didn't disappoint! It is very, very funny in parts, but also moving and insightful in others. It's a non-linear account of Amis' life as the famous son of a famous writer. I have read most of Amis' books and this autobiography has put me in mind of reading them again; "London Fields", "Night Train" and "The Information" being my favourites. I am quite partial to autobiographies and biographies and have read quite a few over the years and this is without a shadow of a doubt the best I've ever read.