- A collection of memorable contributions to The Spectator
- Spans 25 years of provocative and funny commentary
- Featuring the musings of Stephen Fry, Jeremy Paxman and Boris Johnson
- Edited by Marcus Berkmann
25 years of the best contributions to The Spectator magazine compile into a hilarious collection of wit, humour and mischief in Marcus Berkmann's compendium.
Featuring the musings of a variety of household names – ranging from Stephen Fry to Ozzy Osbourne – this bumper collection includes all of the best contributors of the last quarter century, from eminent diarists to mad letter-writers and everything in between.
Covering culture, politics and current affairs with The Spectators customary style and wit, this book would be a well-received gift for fans of the magazine.
Hardback. 465 pages.