Fantastic book that every Beatles fan should read. It makes you feel like you are in the recording studio with them as they record their greatest albums, work endless hours to achieve a specific "sound" and fight over a digestive biscuit. I have a new appreciation for all their albums and the recording process in general. I wish this book was written when I was a teenager, because I would have set out to become a sound engineer, like Geoff Emerick.
PS. It's hard to read this book quickly because you'll want to listen to specific Beatles tracks that he refers to throughout the book. Before you start reading, make sure you have all the studio albums, the Past Masters albums and Band on the Run on your iPod.