New Releases

The 17th Man is pleased to announce the release of his two latest books – numbers 4 and 5 in The Diary of the 17th Man series.

The first and the funniest books published about the latest Ashes series follow the daily action through the unhinged pen of The 17th Man and his parallel cricketing universe.

 

ashes diary 2 cover 2b“Ashes Diary 2 – The 17th Man’s Summer of Shove – Australia 2013-14″

The whole story behind the return Ashes series and Australia’s 5- nil win.

Laugh your way through the triumph and the pain – depending on who you support.

Ebook: OUT NOW at amazon.com and amazon.co.uk.

 

 

 

 

Tweets Cover 2“10 Ashes Tests in Tweets”

The 17th Man’s ever popular and hilarious Best of Twitter for every day of the 10 tests of the double Ashes series, collected together in one place.

Did you make the cut?

Ebook: OUT NOW at amazon.com and amazon.co.uk.

 

 

 

Also by The 17th Man:

“Ashes Dairy – Summer of The 17th Man – England 2013″

The complete story of the 2013 Ashes Series, as told by the 17th Man. From CoachGate to DRS controversies, all the way through to the series win by England, with the agony and the ecstacy all laid bare by the observant eye of The 17th Man. Illustrated by Jock Macneish.

Ebook: OUT NOW at amazon.com and amazon.co.uk. NOW ALSO AT kobo.

Paperback: OUT NOW at amazon.co.uk

 

From Dust to Dust – The Australian Team’s Tour of India 2013

Find out what really happened on the Tour of India through the wickedly outrageous chronicles of the 17th Man as he picks over the daily entrails of a Tour gone wrong.

Australian Cricket Tours of India always start with winning expectations that are ever so slowly deflated by stifling days watching dusty pies belted over the boundary ropes and a curry smorgasbord that runs through you like the Ganges. Mental disintegration under pressure is nothing new. Add the spice of HomeWorkGate, persecution of the Mohali 4, debilitating on-field performances and a dash of sledging and you have enough explosive to shake the pillars of Australian cricket.

In his first book, The 17th Man reveals all about the Tour of India, from HomeWorkGate to the dead pitches and everything in between.

Available as an ebook (for Kindle and Kindle apps), and now in paperback as well, at amazon.com and amazon.co.uk.

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