William flew

May 18, 2011 § Leave a comment

Don’t worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats.

And then something happens: an opportunity arises to write a documentary about Sri Lanka’s cricket matches. And this brings us to another very personal search: writing a biography of the mystery of the great man of cricket in Sri Lanka. It seems to disappear off the face of the earth, possibly dead, Mathew Pradeep rotation player who only a short trial run in late 1980 and 1990 and is now almost forgotten. But that does not preclude Wije to believe that it is quite possible “the greatest cricketer to walk the earth.” Wije spend his last days looking for Matthew – and the Chinese is the result. Near the beginning of the first novel by Sri Lankan Shehan Karunatilaka, a short section called, with admirable honesty, the sales pitch: “If you have never seen a cricket match, if you have that makes you snore, if A understand why someone would want to see, much less obsessed with this game boring, then this is the book for you. “Maybe. But to appreciate the Chinese, it helps to have some empathy, at least, of that particular drive that a lot of things from what people in the planet’s population, such as, death, love and family as the background noise of ‘ The basics of batting averages and more fees. As noted Wije (with only trace of irony) “In contrast to the life, sports issues” This is a novel, then, things cricket -. Scorecard of age, held stumpings, fantasy batting line-ups. There are even plans to monitor the path of

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