This is a light and amusing read. I was at St Thomas' a few years before Grahame, and recognise many of the characters. It brought back fond memories. I suspect it will mainly be of interest to medical students of that era, but any general reader would also enjoy the anecdotes.
This is a beautifully written account by Nick Hunt concerning his recent long walking trip across Europe in the steps of Patrick Leigh Fermor (1930s). The similarities and changes are well described. Perhaps influenced by PLF's style, his similes and adjectival layering are arresting. I saw a good review of this book in the Spectator and promptly bought it. I have not seen reviews elsewhere in print, which is a pity as this is a first-rate book.