Derren takes you on an insightful journey into his thought processes and feelings in this sweet, refreshing variation of an autobiography. The reader is soon absorbed into the personal anxieties and amusing anecdotes that run through this book, ranging from his choice of toilet literature to how to poach the perfect egg, all of whilst centred around performing card tricks to restaurant clientele.
At times this book is funny, for instance when the author reminisces about time spent with his elderly friend Dorothy or strange childhood quirks, whilst also being affectionate when talking about the tenderness of falling in love. I personally found the agitation that Derren describes in losing things or having little patience at times as hilarious, as it is so true of me, and many others I'm sure, so it very much struck a chord but was so eloquently described and put into much better words than I ever could.
A definite must read for any Derren fan, it is a privilege to be given the chance to briefly enter the frenzy that goes on in his head, though I doubt many people will ever fully understand the man that is Derren Brown, and nor should they! An excellent book that you wwill not be able to put down and will leave wanting more!