By Jonathan Agnew
Jonathan "Aggers" Agnew, England's voice of cricket, showcases a few of the best possible writings at the noble online game, from the Thirties to the current day.
In this wide-ranging and beautifully-produced anthology, attempt fit Special's Jonathan ‘Aggers' Agnew, chooses a large choice of writings at the activity that has ate up his lifestyles, from the 1932/33 Ashes (Bodyline) sequence correct as much as the current day. In a chain of conscientiously thought of, thematically organised reflections, he examines the significance in their contribution to our figuring out and appreciation of cricket. With enter from a number of eminent cricketing historians, together with the librarian at Lord's, the publication features a attention-grabbing variety of fabric, from popular classics to books that experience not often obvious the sunshine of day within the uk (e.g. The Hanse Cronje tale by way of Garth King); from abroad fiction to trendy day autobiographies (Marcus Trescothick, Simon Hughes, Mike Brearley etc.) that experience attained vintage prestige. With seventy five seminal cricket photos, unique line drawings and a finished index, this publication is a must have for any self-respecting cricket fan.