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5 out of 5 stars
By Tarjinder on 09-04-18

Glenn McGrath

a very good book with lots of tips Glenn is the greatest pace bowler and I respect the strength that he has shown through the years

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4 out of 5 stars
By timmy-gg on 18-06-17

nice spin on a fast bowler

should of had a female orator for janes voice.amateurish .very good on the rest.nice tone.

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3 out of 5 stars
By G on 13-08-15

A good story...poorly told

Glenn McGrath certainly has a great story to tell. He was arguably the world's best fast bowler, part of a storied, record-breaking cricket team and has lived through personal heartache and tragedy. More than enough for a great book. This particular book falls short because it tells this story so poorly. The chapters don't see to connect or have been written in consecutive order. The same anecdote is repeated in several chapters. The chapter that focuses on McGrath's relationships with his famous teammates- Gilchrist, Warne et al consists of tiny blurbs that say little more than: "he's a great guy". Finally, there is a lot of what the Aussies call "whinging" and score-settling. A whole early chapter that tries to explain and contextualize McGrath's love of hunting big game. A chapter devoted to McGrath's famous sledges and how he was "misunderstood." This is very much a celebrity biography- extremely one-sided

McGrath is undoubtedly a champion and deserves to have his story with depth and balance. This isn't really it. This book is only worth reading until a better one comes along.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Dennis Charles on 03-03-15

Outstanding.

It's a great book for any cricket fan, and I'm a Limey!! Well written and read, a compelling story of a true legend of the game.

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