Nihar Suthar: The Corridor of Uncertainty Book Review

The first chapter of this book is a little simplistic and I was worried about how the read would turn out…

However, it developed into a thoroughly enjoyable and insightful read. I wasn’t completely blind to Afghanistan’s development as a cricket nation and the characters involved but it was fascinating to hear about some more. There were one of two trips over the border, or at least the return, that were skipped over a little briefly for what was presumably a big deal but still, the book provides added depth to the team’s history.

At less than 200 pages, it’s a digestible read whilst still informing the reader of numerous details.

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