Who would be crazy enough to build a full-sized, fully furnished two-story house-complete with washing machine, shower, and toilet-entirely out of LEGOs? Answer: James May and his team of helpers. The story of May's amazing house (which won the Guinness World Record for being the largest freestanding LEGO structure of all time) is told in James May's LEGO House, a book that, like the house it describes, is wall-to-wall fun. Marvel at the dedicated teamwork required to construct the house, chuckle at accessories like a LEGO mouse and cat, and laugh out loud at May's comical struggle with getting a good night's sleep on a LEGO bed.
James May is a well-known writer, broadcaster and co-presenter of BBC TV's Top Gear. He also writes a weekly motoring column for The Daily Telegraph. James enjoys cars, motorcycles, light aircraft and a drink, always in that order. He lives in London with Fusker, the world's most unpleasant cat.