"The best book ... that I or anyone else will ever read. Truly magnificent," writes Matt Ridley in the Daily Telegraph. "A remarkable and powerful book," adds The Evening Standard's Dylan Evans. "Witty, lucid, and ultimately enthralling," says Robert McCrum in the Observer. Whilst according to Richard Dawkins, "Reading this book is one of the biggest favours I've ever done my brain." Sadly, these aren't reviews for Viz: The Dutch Oven - we found them on the back of a book by the distinguished cognitive scientist Steven Pinker. But we've got high hopes that the critics will praise this hard-backed collection of the best bits from issues 212~221 of Britain's toiletest magazine in an equally forthright fashion. Viz: The Dutch Oven's 160 pages of foul-mouthed cartoons, satirical features and spoof adverts make it the ideal gift for anyone you're not prepared to spend more than about 11 quid on.