Making History, and I don't feel the need to elaborate because it's just that good.
My answer is, naturally enough, The Liar. Because it has everything, coated with a lovely cream glazing of exquisite language. Enough said.
I'm going to have to go with Making History. I like monkeying-with-time stories, and he approached something that's been done so many times in sci-fi in such a unique way, and the romantic subplot makes me all gooey inside.
Not that I don't want to go to bed with The Liar and Moab and The Hippopotamus and Revenge and kiss them in many soft, private places, of course. =P
Moab is my Washpot means the most to me.
I've only read The Hippopotamus, Revenge and The Liar, but I'd say so far it's The Hippo.
I've read Moab, Revenge, and 3/4 of Ode.
I've listened to the audio tapes of Liar and Rescuing the Spectacled Bear.
I have Making History, but *smack, bad fan* I can't get into it.
Of those: I'd say Moab is the fave, but I prolly would appreciate The Liar more if I read it. Hard to do when it's not in my collection. Yet.
The Liar most definitely! Its not only my favourite book by Stephen, its possibly my favourite book EVER. ^_^
The Stars' Tennis Balls, because I love a good revenge story and it has the best title of a book ever!
I've only read Moab, The Liar and Paperweight.
Out of those Moab is probably my favourite, as I can relate to so much of it.
Moab appeals to the postmodernist geek in me (the part where he quotes The Liar in particular makes me want to write endless, useless essays), but Making History is like a Harlan Ellison story filtered through Wodehouse and then gayed up, and I can't resist that.
That wasn't very ex-tensive, ha ha.
Moab is my Washpot, its such a personal book to which I can relate so much
I've read Fry in Russian, unfortunately. There're 4 books: The Hippo, The Liar, Making History, The Stars' Tennis Balls. But my favourite is the first one. And The Liar for me at the second place.
Making History - it's one of those books I wasn't able to put down, and I still have a hard time not reading it in one setting.
However, I do also adore Utter and Incomplete.
Moab is my Washpot is my favourite Fry-book and the best autobiography I've read so far. But of the fiction, Making History is the best.
I've read Fry in Russian.My favourite is The Hippo!!!