I'm reading the Shane Warne autobiography.It's very interesting,I'll make a review thread once,I've finished it.
I read a bit of being freddie it was alright.
Everyone wants to change the world, noone wants to change himself.
Don't know if this is the right thread to post this but I was wondering if anyone else has ordered the new Wisden and whether you have a regular reviewer on the site. I don't mind having a bash once I've had my copy a few days.
Just noticed there's a related thread - feel free to merge!
In the middle of It's Not Cricket by Simon Rae. Enjoying it quite abit tbh.
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Happy Birthday! (easier than using Birthday threads)
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Yes not too bad, although I thought he picked and chose which incidents to concentrate
Just got an interesting book - Simon Briggs Sledger's history of the Ashes - quite amusing on how the art of repartee and retort can itself cover every series of the Ashes - worth picking up away from the genre of mundane cricket books
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