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In 2004 the Indian cricket team headed to Pakistan to play a historic series. Accompanying them was young cricket reporter Rahul Bhattacharya. The mood was tense, with political provocations and security fears. But as the archrivals met on the field, a rare spirit of bonhomie spread throughout the tour. And in streets and homes in Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Multan, the author had many warm human encounters that made the tour unforgettable. This book vividly brings alive the magic of cricket, even as it chronicles an emotional and hopeful time, witnessed by a young Indian discovering Pakistan.
|Number of Pages||360 Pages|
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Sep 6, 2013
A Very Good BookI recently managed to get my hands on this book, and for those looking for reassurances, go ahead and buy it, because it's worth it. Fascinating travel, life, culture, food, and yes, cricket. And yes, even those who are part of the increasing tribe of ADD-afflicts who can't stay on a book long enough, it reads just as well as a series of articles. :)