AF Book Reviews

Among the articles available on Among Friends there is a number of book reviews covering different subjects from music, to biography to football.  Here are those reviews listed in chronological order as to the date they were originally posted.

2009

7th July – I Go To Extremes by Bill Smith

29th December – Robbo: The Autobiography

 

2010

6th January – Manchester United: The Biography by Jim White

18th January – The Doc: Autobiography of Tommy Docherty

25th January – The Extraordinary Sir Alex Ferguson: This Is The One by Daniel Taylor

8th March – The Devil’s Guide To Hollywood by Joe Esztherhas

10th March – The Worst Of Friends by Colin Shindler

17th March – Taking Le Tiss – Autobiography of Matthew Le Tissier

26th March – The Rise And Fall Of Phil Spector by Mick Brown

30th March – Pete Sampras: A Champion’s Mind (An Autobiography)

5th April – Jimmy Greaves: Football’s Great Heroes And Entertainment

17th August – Danny Blanchflower: Biography Of A Visionary by Dave Bowler

7th September – Dynasty: Fifty Years Of Shankly’s Liverpool by Paul Tomkins

7th November – Fantastic – The Life Of Arnold Schwarzenegger by Laurence Leamer

27th November – Revie – Revered and Reviled by Richard Sutcliffe

18th December – To Cap It All – My Story by Kenny Sansom

22nd December – The Stones by Philip Norman

 

2011

3rd  January – Rebels For The Cause by Jon Spurling

25th February – Must The Show Go On by Les Dennis

11th March – Thinking Outside The Box by Brad Friedel

4th April – Three Lions versus The World by Mark Pougatch

9th May – Bad Boys and Hard Men by Niall Edworthy

 

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