'A must for rugby lovers of any generation' --East Cork Journal
'utterly compelling' --Planet Rugby
'comfortably the most interesting and entertaining history of the Lions' --Irish Times
About the Author
Stephen Jones is the award-winning rugby correspondent of The Sunday Times and a former UK sports journalist of the year. He is the author of several books on the sport, including Lion Man: The Autobiography of Ian McGeechan, Midnight Rugby: Triumph and Shambles in the Professional Era, and Endless Winter: The Inside Story of the Rugby Revolution, which was the winner of the prestigious William Hill Sports Book of the Year award. Tom English is the award-winning chief sports writer for Scotland on Sunday and has been voted Scottish Sport Feature Writer of the Year five times. He is a former Irish rugby correspondent for The Sunday Times. He won Rugby Book of the Year at the 2010 British Sports Book Awards for The Grudge, his study of the 1990 Grand Slam decider between Scotland and England. Nick Cain is a rugby columnist for The Sunday Times and chief writer for The Rugby Paper. He edited Rugby World magazine for nine years, and is the co-author of The Lions Diary with Jeremy Guscott and Rugby Union for Dummies. David Barnes is a freelance journalist, covering rugby for various newspapers. He is the co-author of Jim Renwick s autobiography, Centre of Excellence, and of Behind the Thistle: Playing Rugby for Scotland, published in 2010.