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Unguarded: My Autobiography Hardcover – 29 Sep 2016
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A revelatory memoir from an outstanding cricketer that brilliantly illustrates the pressures faced by modern day professional sportsmen.
About the Author
Jonathan Trott is a former England Test cricketer who was ICC and ECB Cricketer of the Year in 2011. He currently plays for Warwickshire, having retired from all international cricket in 2015.
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Trott also provides an unbiased view of the behind the scenes issues within the team, including the KP saga, and other controvsies around the England team at the time it all fell apart.
'Unguarded' is a very appropriate title for this book as Trott pours everything into it. There are also a number of testimonies throughout the book by the likes of Alastiar Cook, Kevin Pietersen and Trotts wife Abi. This gave good perspective as Trotts views of himself are often tainted by his condition and the pressure he was under.
I couldn't believe what he was going through and the book really opened my eyes, important book by a great player.
I'd have given this a 5 but the book is let down by it's format in places as well as the odd mistake and sentence that doesn't quite flow. I suspect this is down to George Dobell rather than Trott, thought.
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Trott brings his solid defensive technique off the cricket pitch and on to the pages of this book. An enlightening read with plenty of emotion but perhaps a little too defensive... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great, if somewhat occasionally formulaic account of a meteoric test career brought tragically to an end by the media spotlight and that ever present devil on your shoulder, doubt. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. M. Walter