Rhik Samadder must be one of the most lavishly talented columnists writing today. He has, somewhat impossibly, managed to make reviewing kitchen gadgets for the Guardian wildly entertaining. In this, his memoir, he has turned his attention to his own mental health and the result promises to be as funny as it is moving. It begins with him staying in a sex hotel in Bangkok with his mother on his 30th birthday. Left alone with nothing else to do, they start to talk and what follows is as eccentric as it is uplifting. We are delighted to have three copies of the hardback book to give away via the form below, and do read along with us – we’ll be reviewing the book in our newsletter on Thursday 5 December.