Searching for Bobby Orr Mass Market Paperback – Oct 30 2007
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Praise for Facing Ali: The Opposition Weighs In:
• National Bestseller
• A Globe and mail Best Book
• A Sports Illustrated Book of the Year
“These are men of substance, worth getting to know. Brunt does them justice, but the author has done something even more impressive: He has found something new to report about Muhammad Ali.”
“Stephen Brunt takes us for a rare and sometimes painful sit in the loser’s corner, where, as all observers of tragedy know, the most revealing stories take place.”
“Facing Ali is a work of wit and insight. It goes the distance.”
–The Vancouver Sun
From the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Stephen Brunt, a columnist at the Globe and Mail, is Canada's premier sportswriter and commentator. His most recent book, the #1 national bestselling Searching for Bobby Orr, was called "not only one of the best hockey books ever, but a book that transcends hockey" by the Edmonton Journal. He is also the author of Facing Ali: The Opposition Weighs In; The Way it Looks from Here: Contemporary Canadian Writing on Sports; Mean Business: The Rise and Fall of Shawn O'Sullivan; Second to None: The Roberto Alomar Story and Diamond Dreams: 20 Years of Blue Jays Baseball. He lives in Hamilton, Ontario, and in Winterhouse Brook, Newfoundland.See all Product Description
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Very well written ... what I like best about it is ... the Author explains the detailed information in the book . Read morePublished 23 months ago by Neil
I purchased this for my mom. As I was born and raised in Parry Sound my mom and I knew every person mentioned. She started it and could not put it down.Published on Feb. 19 2013 by Margo Kleehaas