I love sleeping and who doesn't and that's why I bought this book. I must say that this is the best book I have ever read, the last book I read was Delia Smith's how to cook an egg which I thought would be a rollercoaster ride of a story but it was all recipes for eggs which the Man Who Fell Asleep isn't. Don't get me wrong I have absolutely nothing against eggs, some of my best friends are eggs, it's just that I don't really like them that much. Fried egg sandwiches are quite nice sometimes but I see scambled eggs as a complete waste of time. In her book Delia simply rambles on and on about eggs and different ways of cooking them, which, to be honest it actually did surprise me as I only ever thought that eggs could only be boiled (hard or soft), fried, scrambled, poached, devilled, pickled or benedicted and also mashed up in a cup with butter which my mum likes but I think that is revolting, when I went round to visit her last week she was eating that for her lunch, I don't know how she can eat that. There's also scotch eggs which are quite nice, Delia does have a good recipe in her book on how to make a nice scotch egg. All in all I did find Delia's How to Cook and Egg a huge disappointment, If you looking for a good story I would not recommend this book but if you want thousands of egg recipes I couldn't recommend it more. If it's a good story you're after then I suggest that you buy The Man Who fell asleep, it's beezer!
I award A Year in the Life of the Man Who Fell Asleep by Greg Stekelman five stars and a WG Sinclair big double thumbs up.