Delirium: My Fascination for the 1978 World Cup Final

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The 1978 World Cup Final was one of the most spectacular but controversial sporting events in recent memory. All of Argentina, backed by the ruling military junta was willing them to win against a talented Dutch Team. This is my take on a truly gripping but heavily tarnished match and the events that surrounded it.
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About R.P. McQuillan

Having rediscovered my childhood passion for reading whilst working and travelling in Europe in 1997, it wasn’t long before I felt the urge to begin writing.
Being an avid reader myself, it is ALL about the writing – the quality of the prose itself – and this is something I try to practice every day. Books shouldn’t just tell a story from start to finish, telling you what happened; a good book should make you feel a certain way too, as well as living with you a long time after you’ve finished reading it. I am passionate about good quality reading and writing.
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Review by: Lance Smith on June 20, 2014 :
I was hoping for more with this book because the 1978 World Cup tourney was filled with many stories of power and corruption that overshadowed the play on the field. Instead we get a recap of the game from a teenage fan's point of view. Considering I was 17 when I watched that match on TV, I could have written this book as well.
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