Finished HHhH by Laurent Binet this week, took me a while to warm to it but by the end I couldn't put it down. What threw me was the way it is set out, part story then the authors observations whilst writing the story it was really jarring but by the end it became a favourite.
I have Mendelssohn is on the Roof by Jiří Weil lined up next, a book that is recommended to people who enjoyed HHhH.
I watched a documentary about Billy on BBC the other night (second part next week) although he has Parkinsons He is still sharp and funny.
I always thought he was a brilliant comedian and storyteller, and still is