Yes, no more carrying a book up and down the stairs for me! Now I had an upstairs copy (for reading in bed, the bath and - let's be honest - on the loo) and a downstairs copy (for reading about the ground floor of the house and for taking out with me to read on the bus). I have now finished the book and the spare copy is going to daegaer , but it was very handy while it lasted.
Oh, and the book was great too. I first noticed Patsington in the libary back in the mists of time because he was reading a Sandman collection, so Neil Gaiman's work will always have a special place in my heart (also, I interviewed him once and he was absolutely lovely, earning him a coveted place on my list of Memorably Entertaining and Charming Interviewees).