About this book
Subtitled, "My Early Life & Other Mistakes". A sparkling autobiography, detailing Mount's early life and family, from his decadent upbringing in the world of 'hobohemia', to his schooldays at Eton, covering the 1960s to the 1980s, when he became a speech writer for Margaret Thatcher. Received fantastic reviews in hardback, and was a BBC Radio Four Book of the Week. 'Hard to beat' Stephen Fry, "Independent"
A pitch-perfect memoir, brilliantly funny, wise and moving, of family, friends and political life over the last sixty years