FAVOURITE BOOK ABOUT BOOKS AND/OR BOOKSHOPS
I thought about more serious books like The Bookseller of Kabul or 84 Charing Road, but while I enjoyed both of those, I can't really call them 'favourites'.
That honour belongs to Jasper Fforde's books about literary detective, Thursday Next. I've banged on and on about these before, but they are such great fun.
Imagine having the ability to jump into books and chat with the characters. Except if I jumped into Tess of the D'Urbervilles, I would want to do something a little more deadly than just chat with Angel Clare.