CrickiLeaks

CrickiLeaks

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  • Cricket's greatest legends. Sport's fiercest rivalry. Wisden's fakest diaries.
  • CrickiLeaks charges headlong onto the players' balcony and imagines 40 cricketing diaries of rare wit and invention, along with the illustrated book covers they might have inspired.
  • Featuring spoof journal entries drawn from throughout Ashes history, CrickiLeaks reveals for the first time the innermost thoughts of the greatest cricketers of the last 129 years. And Mitchell Johnson.
  • CrickiLeaks includes imagined diaries from players on the most recent tour (Andrew Strauss, Ricky Ponting), diaries from the all-time greats (Shane Warne, Freddie Flintoff, Sir Ian Botham, Geoffrey Boycott, Donald Bradman, W.G. Grace), as well as contributions from less obvious personalities.
  • An irreverent and entertaining collection of Ashes diaries, CrickiLeaks finally lays to rest some of cricket's greatest mysteries:
  • What exactly was going through Gatting's mind as he faced the ball of the century?
  • Why did Ricky Ponting lose his rag with Ronald McDonald?
  • What really went on between Douglas Jardine and Daphne the Koala in Adelaide Zoo?
  • A riotous and uniquely scurrilous addition to any cricket-lover's library.