April 11, 2010

Jason Cowley The Last Game Simon and Schuster UK (2009: Paperback 2010)

I appreciate that football may not be everyone’s cup of tea but I would still recommend The Last Game because this book is a heartfelt reminiscence about 1980’s life.

Take a father and son enduring a strained relationship as a result of the traditional adolescent chaos of understanding another person’s point of view. Mix it with a society that was undergoing a dramatic socio economic transition and sprinkle with a national game that was crashing on the rocks.

Cowley has written an unpretentious tale avoiding the pointless trivia t6hat frequently defines traditional eighties reminiscence. This book is a deeper personal reflection about the decade.


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