It’s a great read, packed with side-splitting anecodtes and chortle-some hijinks yet at the same time poignant, with a sprinkling of experiences where Fry bears his soul with a degree of honesty that I found painful and at times embarassing. It is definitely a volume for anyone’s recommended reading pile and not just for it’s humour, honesty, and craft. For as well as these things, it gives an insight into the bi-polar disorder and mania with which Stephen Fry has lived for most of his life.
My recommendation: read Moab Is My Washpot at your earliest convenience. You will be well rewarded for your time!