The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game
Publish date: September 26th 2006
Publisher: RH Audio
Edition language: English
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I have not seen this movie and wasn't planning to read the book but our book discussion group at my public library scheduled it so I checked it out. I loved it. I generally read fiction but this reads as easily as fiction and was totally engrossing for me. I had to put aside all the others books ...
I learned sooooo much about football!
I really enjoyed this book. I am in no way a football fan. The only times I enjoy the game is when I'm watching live, preferably when a family member is playing. That said, I was fascinated with Michael Lewis's explanation of why the left tackle became so important and how that influenced the lif...
Lewis does such a great job of writing clear, engaging information about sports. I loved Moneyball, and found The Blind Side to be just as informative and enjoyable.
What an amazing book! The true story of Michael Oher, who is “adopted” by the Tuohy’s, an affluent white family in Memphis. I am not a football fan but the description of the game and the NFL process in this book was interesting non-the-less. The story of Michael’s life is amazing but this book i...
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