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Cover of <i>Eye on Cricket</i>, by Samir Chopra

Eye on Cricket: Reflections on the Great Game

Cricket fandom with a philosophical slant

A collection of essays on the game from a geographically detached fan with a scholarly perspective

Cover of <i><b>After Tendulkar: The New Stars of Indian Cricket</i>

After Tendulkar: The New Stars of Indian Cricket

The new India: a fan's view

A readable new book chronicles Indian cricket after the retirement of Tendulkar

Cover image of <i>Playing it My Way: My Autobiography</i>

Playing it My Way

The mask behind Tendulkar's mask

His autobiography merely endorses the public image of the man, instead of giving us the insights we've been craving

Cover of <i>Bombay Boys: Bombay Boys: Chronicles of Cricketing Heroes</i>

Bombay Boys: Chronicles of Cricketing Heroes

Hidden tales of Mumbai's stalwarts

The profiles of 76 international and domestic stars gathered here charm and inspire, but they leave you yearning for more

Pankaj Roy plays a shot towards third man

Pankaj: Bengal's Forgotten Cricket Legend

Extracting history from myth

The first detailed assessment of Pankaj Roy, Bengal's first great cricketer, is a significant, if flawed, effort

Triumph in Bombay

Triumph in Bombay

That subcontinental summer

A new book on the 2011 World Cup is strong on travelogue, if not as much on the cricket itself

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Review: A History of Cricket in 100 Objects

History for those who hate reading it

A charming collection of essays that bring out several interesting facts, prompting a reader to research deeper into the subject

The Test of My Life

An inspiring story, simply told

The tale of how Yuvraj Singh beat cancer and came back to cricket is now the subject of a book that reveals the man behind the allrounder

Mike Atherton reads a letter

Classic cricket books aren't all ancient

The best cricket writing didn't end with Fingleton, Arlott and CLR James. Today's writers have tackled difficult topics the old masters couldn't

Fierce Focus: Greg Chappell

Chappell the Indian

The former India coach's flaw was not that he was too Australian, as this book reveals