A Billion Jokes (Volume 1, mind) is chock full of ridiculously clever and witty wordplay, astute observations and just plain childish silliness, accompanied by quirky pseudo-Victorian era illustrations.
For less than a couple of quid on Kindle, you really can't go wrong.
If you don't already, I recommend following Peter Serafinowicz on Twitter. Tweets in the style of the jokes found in the book are getting fewer and further between, which is understandable as Serafinowicz sits on the cusp full-on super-stardom as he features in both the upcoming Dark Souls game and Marvel blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy, but he's still one of the funniest people on Twitter I follow. Much funnier than Rob Delaney, the supposed Comedy King of Twitter, anyway.
I'll stop writing now before this becomes a massive Peter Serafinowicz love-in. I genuinely think the man is a genius. This has to be one of my all-time favourite music videos.
So far, I'm not actually doing too bad with my one-book-a-week challenge. The actual challenge seems to be finding the time to actually sit down and write something about what I've read. Juks by Erik Tunstad is hold whilst I put my Norwegian efforts into going to class and writing bad blogpost with more typos in them than usual, but I'm nearly done with Mo Costandi's (excellent) 50 Human Brain Ideas You Really Need to Know as my Week 9 book.