Nice review of "Challenging The Myth" by the way. I read it a few years ago, and agree that it is someone's university masters thesis rather than a genuine book (not denigrating university work, but it was clearly written for a specialist market and not mass consumption).
Am I allowed to post a link in here to a serialised excerpt of Marcus Trescothick's autobiography?
I've found what he revealed about his illness to be quite immense.
Tedious is tedious. Academic writing should be full of wit and sparkle, and not dry and dusty.
At least, that's the line I am going to take with my examiners
"To go to a cricket match for nothing but cricket is as though a man were to go into an inn for nothing but drink." - Neville Cardus
"What do they know of cricket who only cricket know?" - CLR James
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