If you've never read much about Eno, then you'll probably enjoy this. But if you've read, say, More Dark Than Shark, or A Year With Swollen Appendices, you might find yourself disappointed by the amount of stuff you already know. I was also disappointed by the over-reverential tone, even whan the author is describing quite appaling behaviour by Eno. Nonetheless, Eno is always worth reading about so the book isn't bad. What is bad, though, is the number of typos and innacuracies - but if you're well up on Eno already, spotting the glitches makes the read a bit more worthwhile. I'm sure the author will happily honour his mistakes as a hidden intention. Me, I paid twenty quid for it and I don't think it's worthwhile. Get the paperback, if you must.