OK, once upon a time, my beloved forestcats went to England for a wedding, and happened upon Michael Palin, of Monty Python fame, who was doing a signing for his latest book sales. While picking that up, she also picked up a copy of Diaries 1969 - 1979: The Python Years, which he kindly signed as well. Well, I've tried reading this book since forestcats gave it to me, and though there's interesting tidbits here and there, the mass of material is just too daunting for me, and I had to set it aside. Now, since it's a nice edition, and signed to boot, I won't get rid of it (ever), but read it all the way to the end? Not for a long time.
I love it anyway, though, sweetheart. It's just too dense to try to read it all.