'Amadís de Gaula' is all I wanted out of medieval stories as a kid, great violent fantastical stuff. 'Guards, Guards!' by Terry Pratchett had me laughing heartily every couple of pages. God, it's been over half a year since I last read something I really enjoyed, instead reading what I felt I should be reading. Also does anyone know what >>61 is about? I'm at the 16 minute mark and I really can't tell.
I read every single Discworld book. I was actually relieved when Pratchett finally died, because it meant that I wouldn't have to read any more of them.
>>57 It must be hard for an author, having your most famous book be written so early in your career and be so unlike all of your other published material.