A good story that is well researched and told in an engaging and interesting way that augurs well for future releases in the series. (CricketWeb)

Max Bonnell... weaves an account of the match with a short biography of McKibbin, examining among other things the question of how such an accomplished player came to fall into obscurity so quickly, and the considerable uncertainty that surrounds parts of his life after cricket. Needless to say, it is an excellent read. (ACS Journal)

...the author argues that the tour has been unfairly dismissed as a social jolly, its members more interested in hospitality than cricket. With an introduction to the tour, full scores and analysis of every match and potted biographies of the players, this provides the thorough coverage that we have come to expect from the author. (ACS Journal)

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