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A hilarious odyssey in search of some answers about life and cricket from the author of the bestselling Fatty Batter
Michael Simkins has appeared in more than 70 plays, with stage highlights that include "A View from the Bridge" at the National Theatre as well as musicals "Chicago" and "Mamma Mia." He also directed Alan Ayckbourn's "Absent Friends" at the Greenwich Theatre. He has made countless TV appearances, with recent credits that include "Foyle's War" and "My Family," as well as turns on the silver screen in such films as Mike Leigh's "Topsy-Turvy"; andhas worked with luminaries as diverse as Anthony Perkins, John Malkovich, Michael Gambon, and Buster Merryfield."
"One of those rambling, picaresque, unashamedly nostalgic travel books that so enliven a summer afternoon... funny, crafty and written with extraordinary verve" * Mail on Sunday * "A funny, well-observed obituary of English cricket's eccentric soul" * Telegraph * "A book you're certain to love" -- James Walton * Daily Mail * "An amiable, sharp-eyed companion" * Independent * "Hugely entertaining" * We Love This Book *