My only criticism of this book is that it had to end. I thoroughly enjoyed it from the first to the last word. Obviously it's about darts (and that alone makes it worth the money for any darts lover such as myself), but it's so much more than that. What unfolds here is the story of a man chasing a dream and discovering so much about himself on the way. Add to this the experiences of the writer as he strives for acceptance amongst the professional darting community and what you have is a serious, and seriously funny, study of social boundaries in the UK. No punches are are held back either. I can imagine that are a few high profile people in the darting ranks who wouldn't be too pleased about their parts in all of this, but you have to admire the honesty in which the story has been told. Wellwritten. Extremely funny when it needs to be and always entertaining. Highly recommended.