By Angus Gillies
After bursting onto the international scene in 1990 as a fresh-faced 19 year old, Adam Parore became an institution behind the stumps and an iconic figure in New Zealand sport.
Regarded as the best wicket-keeper in the world, he frequently clashed with administrators and polarised public opinion with his reluctance to conform. Parore was always in the news and never far from controversy, on or off the filed. He was also a wicket-keeper who prided himself on his flawless glovework and at times brittiant stroke play.
Now Parore finally has his say in a disarming and insightful book which is everything you have come to expect from the man they call 'Maverick'.
Paperback, good condition