I just hope no one gives me a 1920 edition, that will send me broke filling in the gaps up to the early 1950s
At least you can match them where cricket knowledge and passion are concerned.
Just finished Roy: Going for Broke inside 2 days, decent read, recommend it.
Dream XI: M Hyder, J Linker, M Clock, S Wetsin, A Simms, A Golcrhist, B Hugg, S Worde, B Leap, J Giuseppe, G MacGrith
Just finished Garry Sobers' imaginatively titled "My Autobiography". Slightly disappointing actually, not as snappy as his books from during his career, eg King Cricket, etc. It was actually a bit wafflely and repetitive in sections. But still, its great to read about the life and times of one of the true all-time greats, and it did deal with something of the man behind the cricket stats. Love to see how a modern team manager would deal with a captain who stayed out at the casino til 3am every night of a test match!
And Archie - that's as long a review as I have time for right now!
Getting into Perry's "Miller's Luck" now.
GOOD OLD COLLINGWOOD - PREMIERS IN 2010Originally Posted by Irfan
Is Cam White, Is Good.
Anyone read Nasser and Athers autobiographies?.I thought that they were quite a good read.
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