Really enjoyed "Riding Through the Storm" by Geoff Thomas
D'you know, I struggled with that a bit.
In order -
The Hour, and Faster, both by Michael Hutchinson - both fantastic, very funny, and with more useful facts and info than any other book on cycling you'll read
Chasing The Badger, In Search Of Robert Millar, Heroes, Villains And Velodromes, and The Sky's The Limit, by Richard Moore - really like his writing, tells a story really well, easy-paced but loads of interesting stuff.
+1 for One Man And His Bike, and Racing Through The Dark, both shouted previously. William Fotheringham's stuff, it's all right but I find that quite hard going - it's a bit like he's trying hard to make it artful, instead of just telling the story. He doesn't remove himself from it either, which is an ironic criticism bearing in mind my appreciation of Michael Hutchinson and Richard Moore, but whilst them being in their books is part and parcel of the narrative, Fothers feels a bit more like he's waving an "I was there too!" flag sometimes.