Bulls, Bands and London is another fun frolic from the mind of John Meyer. His characters are strong (one is VERY strong!) and I found myself unable to put the book down, it moved along at such a brisk clip. I was pulling for his main character Neil the whole way, and while I was sometimes frustrated with his behaviour, I was pleased that things turned out the way they did.
Being a lover of music in general (and some Britpop specifically), I thoroughly enjoyed the musical discussions, concert bits and the clever chapter titles.
What I find the most fun about John's books is the way that they interweave fiction with fact, along with some often amusing and always enlightening historical facts. During Neil's stay in London, I managed to get some good lessons (never preachy-teachy, always entertaining) on Admiral Nelson, assorted castles and such, without the flow ever being disturbed. I loved that part.
Highly recommend for fiction and travel lovers alike.