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One ought to tread carefully around the subject of the global sporting spectacle...
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Danny Arter's Reviews

In Darkness
Nick Lake
Posted 09/01/2012

In the barren, myriadical slums of Site Solèy in Haiti, Shorty, a young gang member, is trapped.

The Bellwether Revivals
Benjamin Wood
Posted 06/02/2012

The Bellwether Revivals centres upon the enigmatic, misunderstood genius Eden Bellwether, a talented musician who believes that his music has the power to heal.

Once You Break a Knuckle
D.W. Wilson
Posted 18/04/2012

“Once you break a knuckle,” says John Crease, “you will break it again.”

The Football Men
Simon Kuper
Posted 14/05/2012

The problem inherent when writing a book about footballers is that modern-day footballers, on the whole, have little in the way of personality.

How the Trouble Started
Robert Williams
Posted 04/07/2012

Robert Williams’ follow-up to his excellent debut Luke and Jon is How the Trouble Started, which centres around teenager Donald Bailey.

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