"Bradman's War"celebrates the talents of Ray Lindwall, Sid Barnes, Lindsay Hassett, Bill Johnston, Arthur Morris, and, of course, their irrepressible captain, but wonders if the Don's single-minded tactics, even against the war-ravaged veterans of the country clubs, cost Test cricket the opportunity to be played for the love of the game."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - drmaf - LibraryThing
I dont generally read many cricket books, although I love the game, because I find much modern cricket writing fairly pedestrian. It often seems to be the product of sports journalists who dont have ... Read full review
Bradman's WarUser Review - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing
I wont deny that I wondered whether it was necessary to publish another book about cricket when Malcolm Knoxs Bradmans War came my way. After all, cricket is one of (if not the) most documented and ... Read full review