This is the book I am currently reading and I am positively flying through it. I immensely enjoy Fry's fiction (Making History and The Hippopotamus come to mind) and I adored Moab Is My Washpot, the first part of his autobiography. This, The Fry Chronicles, is the second part, chronicling his years at Cambridge. I find myself positively delighted by Fry's anecdotes about his time at the Cambridge Footlights with the likes of Hugh Laurie and Emma Thompson; his tales, more than anything, make me want to go back in time and be part of that illustrious group of people. His writing paints a vivid picture of his days at Cambridge - he veers from comically false modesty to faux self-aggrandising which, for some reason, he seems to get away with. Has anyone read this? Your thoughts?