As seen serialised in the News of the World. Publication Date 26th March 2007.
In the Australian Summer of 2006/2007 the England Test team arrived down under with the single aim of retaining The Ashes. However, the Australians had been severely wounded by losing The Ashes during the Summer of 2005 in England. They were out for revenge! The result, of course, was a 5-0 whitewash, with honour restored for the Australian Test team.
This book, Ashes Frontline, brings you the unique story of the 2006/07 Ashes series as told through the diaries of two key players for either side: Justin Langer of Australia, and Steve Harmison of England.
The personal accounts of Steve Harmison & Justin Langer
From the first day in Brisbane to stumps in Sydney
Learn the innermost thoughts of two star Test players
Illustrated throughout with fabulous pictures
The 2007 Ashes diaries of Justin Langer and Steve Harmison. Two nations, two views - one prize.
The 2006/07 Ashes series may have been a whitewash and huge disappointment to England and their fans, but this Ashes Frontline book is a unique and truly remarkable personal insight into that series.
From the first day in Brisbane, it tells the story from two opposing perspectives one of the greatest batsmen in the world, Justin Langer of Australia, and one of the worlds greatest bowlers, Steve Harmison of England - as they experience the immense pressure, demands and rewards both on and off the field of play.
Illustrated with fabulous pictures, incorporating moments both public and private, this book also acts as a visual souvenir of the tour as well as an opportunity to see what lies behind it.
Approximate size 7.7" x 9.9" (196mm x 252mm)
This is an ideal book for a really personal account of the 2006/07 Ashes series, providing the players innermost thoughts throughout the many highs and the lows. Order now from the Green Umbrella Online Shop and save 3.00.