|Title:||The Game of the Season|
|Publisher:||Jonathan Cape Ltd.|
|Tags:||England, fiction, sports, cricket|
A book about village cricket by the author of The Cricket Match; the scene and the characters are both the same as those of the earlier book, which Sir James Barrie described as ‘the best story about cricket or any other game that has ever been written’. When The Game of the Season first appeared Everyman said of it: ‘Mr. de Sélincourt knows his cricket. Even more, he knows his village. The combination of the two, with a dash of philosophy and a good sprinkling of humour, makes a salad no gourmet could resist. The book is a most authoritative, amusing and exciting addition to cricket literature.’—Advert from Florin Books at the end of the book. [Suggest a different description.]
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