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Matt Dawson: Nine Lives
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on 3 October 2017
I just paid £11.99 for this book. I am very disappointed as the pictures are in black and white and are very unclear. For the money I paid for this book I would fully expect the pictures to be in colour as any normal photograph would. Its spoilt the book as just looks like a cheap alternative. I've not even started reading this book and have already been put off by it. sorry Mat you let me down
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on 24 June 2017
Both husband and I loved it. Have always admired his passion and the book reflects this for rugby and for life.
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on 6 December 2015
VERY GOOD READ. HE WAS A GOOD PLAYER FOR CLUB AND COUNTRY. THE BOOK IS VERY DETAILED RE CLUB ENGLAND AND BRITISH LION GAMES WITH GOOD STORIES ABOUT PAST PLAYERS AND COACHES.
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on 7 March 2016
Great read
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on 11 June 2016
Personal yet professional. An in depth account of inside top class rugby with no holds barred.
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on 14 August 2013
I have just finished reading Phil Vickery, and was looking for something else around rugby. This came up and I have started to read Nine Lives. It is very good and easy to read. I have not finished reading it, but what I have read it is very good. I would recommend.
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on 31 December 2012
could not put this book down excellent read. enjoyed so much bought a copy for my father as xmas present
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on 19 January 2014
Great read, Matt comes across as honest and passionate about his time in rugby, his love of the game loyalty to his team and country
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on 1 October 2014
A good read
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on 30 March 2006
A excellent book which gave a good insight into the life of one of Englands more outspoken players.Matt writes this book with the passion he plays his rugby and after reading a number of autobiographies I feel this is one of the best.It is written in a easy reading style and to be honest a total compulsive read.It will I am sure have silenced some of his critics and it gives a good insight into how the media can hound and possibly destroy a repitation of an outstanding player.Well worth buying ,just ensure you allow your self time to sit and read because once you start you wont want to stop.
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