However, it is undoubtedly his detailed scandalous account of his sexual exploits that remain his lasting legacy.
Leslie Grantham's reading admirably captures this vivid depiction of his many erotic encounters.
I read this book first when I was about 13 years old, and back then (a long time ago) I was shocked by it, but I thought it was fantastic. However, now was an adult, it seems times change.
In many ways this was a 'ground breaking' piece of literature.
Hearing the audio version, which is very well read incidentally, I found the book very disappointing.