Most people hated this book just because they thought it was his autobiography. But unlike all those dumb people, I actually read the blurb and knew it was a book of his opinions on popular topics. I enjoyed this read because I don't know a lot about English politics or government issues. But Jeremy broke it all down for me, from free housing mooches to deadbeat parents to his own OCD. He talked a little about his gambling addiction and his brother's drug problems, but mostly he focused on the workings of Great Britain and what needs to change for them to get back on track.
Anyway, most people never gave this book a chance. But I recommend it.