Finding Seams on Apples

Finding Seams on Apples
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Providing a collection of hilarious and thought-provoking cricket discussions, this book is the first of its kind. Featuring nine of the most topical threads from one of the largest and most respected online cricket communities (cricketweb.net), it is a compilation of wit and intelligence carefully selected for this book, including topics such as: 'If Bradman Played in Today's Era?', 'Your Weirdest Backyard Rule' and 'You Know You're Obsessed With Cricket When...'

This is the ultimate gift for cricket lovers worldwide, showcasing the real voices of cricket fans and fantastic illustrations by well known sport artist John Ireland. Some comments will make you laugh, some will make you think and others will take you back in time to re-live favourite moments from cricketing history.


THE AUTHOR


James Nixon, from New Zealand, has played cricket since he was six. He created a cricketing blog site in 1998 which proved popular and in 2001 James set up a more community-based site, cricketweb.net. This online community is now one of the most respected cricket forums on the web.


 

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Providing a collection of hilarious and thought-provoking cricket discussions, this book is the first of its kind. Featuring nine of the most topical threads from one of the largest and most respected online cricket communities (cricketweb.net), it is a compilation of wit and intelligence carefully selected for this book, including topics such as: 'If Bradman Played in Today's Era?', 'Your Weirdest Backyard Rule' and 'You Know You're Obsessed With Cricket When...'


This is the ultimate gift for cricket lovers worldwide, showcasing the real voices of cricket fans and fantastic illustrations by well known sport artist John Ireland. Some comments will make you laugh, some will make you think and others will take you back in time to re-live favourite moments from cricketing history.


THE AUTHOR

James Nixon, from New Zealand, has played cricket since he was six. He created a cricketing blog site in 1998 which proved popular and in 2001 James set up a more community-based site, cricketweb.net. This online community is now one of the most respected cricket forums on the web.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Sub Heading Debates, Discussions and Disputes from Cricket Tragics Worldwide
ISBN 9781846891823
Author cricketweb.net
Binding Paperback
Extent 216mm x 138mm, 236 pages
Illustrations Black & white throughout
Ebook Yes via your usual supplier
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