The piece that was reproduced from the book is extraordinary. Thank you so much for your time on the articles Martin.
Divine intervention or not, it's an incredible tale. Can a greater consequence have ever rested on the outcome of a cricket match? Another tour de force, Martin!
That chapter is great i'll be ordering a copy of this book when i get home. It is an interesting event and I'm sure unless you knew what was going on in Zimbabwe at the time, the outside world has no clue what could have happened to him at the time.
Really like the title of his book actually. Fairly intriguing. Good review on the whole.
Good Review by Martin.
Would be a good read that book i am sure.
Btw,Martin Chandler is Fredfertang ,Right?
Excellent pieces Martin, the pair of them are terrific.
Have ordered my copy online, am very much looking forward to having a read of it.
Martin>Martyn quite clearly
Dave Mohammed >>>> You
Amazing chapter. Wow. Talk about a meaningful match....
And we give thugs like Bvute a voice at the ICC table. Disgraceful.
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Former Zimbabwe fast bowler, Henry Olonga, recently released his autobiography Blood, Sweat and Treason, the first published by a Zimbabwean Test player. Martin Chandler calls it "one of the most compelling stories I have ever read" in his review on Cricketweb.
Great stuff, Martin.
Am I right in saying that Andre (former staff member) once conducted an interview with Henry? Is there still a link to that?
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