Check out this review of the book, The Corridor of Uncertainty – How Cricket Ended a Torn Nation, by Nihar Suthar from the Happy Meerkat Reviews blog


I was kindly sent a free copy of this book by the author Nihar Suthar.  The Corridor of Uncertainty is an amazing story of the rise of the Afghan cricket team who faced such terrible circumstances.   It really is an amazing book, to read, here is my review. 

In 1979 war broke out in Afghanistan. The country would face violence and danger for years. But a group of spirited young Afghans living in the refugee camps in Pakistan would unite the country and show the world that Afghanistan stood for more than its violent past, though the game of cricket.

‘The Corridor of Uncertainty’ is an amazing book and well worth the read whether you are interested in the sport of cricket or not. As someone who’s never watched or played the game I wasn’t sure how much I’d enjoy this book but the story told is very much about…

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