The World Beneath Their Feet

England and Australia met to fight out a historic test match before a huge rampant crowd, a frightening, insatiable monster with 80,000 mouths and unbridled passionate power that keeps in the dungeons below the grandstands a contingent of slaves who must attend its every need - the players, administrators, police and the staff of the enormous ground. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Sports
  • Words: 88,470
  • Language: Australian English
  • ISBN: 9781310562334
About Barry Klemm

Barry Klemm enjoyed an array of abandoned careers before resorting to literature. He was a crane jockey, insurance clerk, combat soldier, advertising officer, computer programmer, cleaner, stagehand, postman, sports ground manager, builder's labourer, taxi-driver, film and TV scriptwriter and radio dramatist. He has published two novels for teen-age readers, The Tenth Hero, in 1997, and Last Voyage of the Albatross in 1998 through Addison Wesley Longman and Running Dogs, a novel of the Vietnam war by Black Pepper in 2000.

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Fitzbacon reviewed on Jan. 30, 2014
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Never thought I'd write a review...but......

Absorbing, hilarious especially if you are in any way a cricket fan. Even if you are not, there are enough eccentric characters for everyone and a conspiracy to boot!

The names of the cricket players literally had me in stitches.

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