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- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2010; US$ 15.95
The most popular sports columnist in America puts his life (and dignity) on the line in search of the most absurd sporting event on the planet. What is the stupidest sport in the world? Not content to pontificate from the sidelines, Rick Reilly set out on a global journey?with stops in Australia, New Zealand, Finland, Denmark, England, and even... more...
- Allen & Unwin 2009; US$ 27.26
A warts and all account of the 2009 Rabbitoh season from controversial captain, Johnny 'the Cockroach' Larkin that lifts the lid higher than you thought it could possibly go. If you think it's been a tough year for rugby league off the paddock, wait till you see what the Cockroach gets up to in this romp through an NRL season as halfback... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2009; US$ 14.99
As a serious player, a high handicapper, or simply a baffled onlooker to the awesome nonsense that is golf, have you ever wondered why, say, the golf balls have dimples, and the tee is both the thing you stick in the ground and the place you hit from, and the hole is so small, and the courses have all these big pits full of sand where any sane person... more...
- HarperCollins 2010; US$ 11.24
Ultimate Fighter champ Forrest Griffin and Erich Krauss, who previously brought you the New York Times bestseller Got Fight , now offer a hilarious and very timely guide to surviving the coming apocalypse. Be Ready When the Sh*t Goes Down provides everything an aspiring Mad Max needs to know about post-apocalyptic living. Since it?s coming soon... more...
- Crown/Archetype 2011; US$ 19.00
A comic lineup of stories, essays, cartoons, and more, from Lardner and Runyon to Philip Roth, Charles Addams to Charles Schulz, plus dozens of other funny fans. "The best baseball book of the season." -- Los Angeles Times Book Review . B & W photographs and illustrations throughout. From the Trade Paperback edition. more...
- Orion 2010; US$ 21.99
After just a handful of games this season Sunderland were looking early favourites for the drop into League One, despite the arrival of the 'returning messiah' Niall Quinn, who headed up the consortium that had just bought the club. When he took the decision to appoint Roy Keane as manager, most predicted a storm. Instead, out went half the first... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 15.50
Good old Dad and his good old Dad's car. As solid and dependable as the man himself, if a little less balding, Dad's car was almost a member of the family, whisking you to exciting days out, or just to visit boring relatives in distant parts of the country to the chant of 'are we nearly there yet?' Like the man behind the wheel, Dad's car made you... more...
- Random House 2013; US$ 12.68
'If you've ever wept, "Why Do I Want To Run?" your answer is here.' Caitlin Moran Alexandra Heminsley had high hopes: the arse of an athlete, the waist of a supermodel, the speed of a gazelle. Defeated by gyms and bored of yoga, she decided to run. Her first attempt did not end well. Six years later, she has run five marathons in two continents.... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2012; US$ 11.27
Nicholas Lezard loved London. Then the London 2012 Olympics came along ... Suddenly his beloved city was invaded by über-people in branded sportswear who had contorted their bodies into odd shapes in order to run a bit faster, or throw things a bit further. Not to mention armies of reptilian brand-managers, chancers and corporate cheerleaders all... more...