Yessir, Cervantes'. It's entertaining enough. I am stuck at about 70% through (bogged down by studies the last couple of weeks), hopefully I can pick it back up next week. Anyway, it really reminds me of Voltaire's Candide. And Coelho's The Alchemist. Wonder if anyone here has read Quixote and either of the two I just mentioned, and felt similarities. There's another I read in the last year, that strikes me as having a similar feel. One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Marquez. Actually, I'm not sure I finished it. Will have to go back and check.