Newly arrived, this is a quality 316-page hardback with a dustjacket.
Stuart Broad is the ultimate competitor – someone addicted to the pressures of Test cricket, the big occasions and being thrust into the heat of battle.
He says in his author’s introduction: ‘The Three Lions (cap) was never just a badge that I wore. To me, it was more like the cover of a history book and when I look at No 638, it blows my mind that in Test cricket’s great story only 637 Englishmen have received one. So, every series I won with England, I poured a tiny drop of champagne onto my cap – to put memories and spirit back into this living, breathing thing.’
His awards and achievements, over a 17 year period, don’t tell the whole story. He has always been a cricketer of more than mere numbers. Broad’s passionate and spontaneous behaviour has mad him a fan favourite. No other player feeds off the crowd quite like he does.
In his autobiography, Broad shares the moments from the game which have made him and those that almost broke him. What’s clear, however, is his unwavering belief in his own ability to become one of the best ever.
Candid, entertaining, and refreshingly honest, this book reveals the personal side of a true cricketing great.