By Andrew Ramsey
'For so long as the sport of cricket has been performed the world over, there were journos "on the tour" ... existence at the highway is difficult. yet as you're approximately to event, it's bloody unique as well.' Adam Gilchrist
Cricket author Andrew Ramsey's task used to be to be on journey with the world's maximum cricket crew over a decade whilst it had no peer. the incorrect LINE chronicles the privileges and pitfalls of a existence spent trotting the globe, putting out with activities stars, and being paid to monitor cricket - an profession seemed via numerous cricket and commute fanatics alike as 'the world's top job', even if it renders you on my own and in danger with just a three-thumbed taxi motive force for support.
Set in the players' dressing room and at the crew bus; on the bar, the breakfast desk, or even in a haunted medieval fort; in England, the West Indies and India, in addition to Sharjah, Bangladesh, Kenya and Hong Kong - the inaccurate LINE can provide a ringside seat at probably the most memorable cricket occasions, together with the amazing 1999 international Cup and Australia's chaotic 2005 Ashes campaign.
A journey diary in contrast to any you've ever learn, it provides a unprecedented perception into the off-field existence, personality and innovations of a few of the game's all-time greats, together with Stephen Waugh, Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting, Glenn McGrath, Adam Gilchrist and Brian Lara.
'This is the cricket booklet of the summer time. You won't locate an account of the sport its major avid gamers advised during this means anyplace else. It's a fresh swap, and one definitely worth the read.' - LAUNCESTON EXAMINER