Foreword by Bryce Courtnay.
"To Stan thank you for all the support Martin Crowe" on the frontispiece.
Martin Crowe was one of the world's greatest cricketers and New Zealand's finest batsman. With 17 test centuries to his credit he hold many records. He was the world record holder for the largest ever test partnership (467 with Andrew Jones).
Crowe tells his own story in this highly controversial autobiography, written without assistance, in his own words. He describes his feelings on scoring his record breaking 299, gives a graphic account of the 1992 World Cup and reveals what really happened after the bomb blast in Sri Lanka that year.
"I've only ever wanted to represent my nation, to wear the silver ferm. That's what fulfils me".
Hardback, Reed 1995. 264 page in very good condition