Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket… I Love it

Dissenting Diagnosis
Dissenting Diagnosis by Arun Gadre
May 19, 2016
Think and Win Like Dhoni
June 6, 2016

Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket… I Love it

Product Description

Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket… I Love it by Chris Gayle

Book Name:- Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket… I Love it

Book Author:- Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle is the only batsman to have ever hit a six off the first ball of a Test match. But then producing the impossible is an everyday act for the West Indies legend: the first to hit a World Cup 200, the first man to smash an international T20 century, the fastest century in the history of the game.

Six Machine

Off the pitch he is even more flamboyant: he plays late, parties later, demolishes a king-size pile of pancakes and then strolls out to mangle another hapless bowling attack. But do we really know him?? Do we know what took a shy, skinny kid from a cramped tin-roofed shack in the dusty back streets of Kingston to the very top of the cricket world – without losing himself along the way? The Book, Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket… I Love it is a story not just of sporting genius but of battling prejudice, this unputdownable memoir will leave you reeling.

Welcome to the world of the Six Machine.

About the Author Chris Gayle




He was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. He is the second youngest of seven children. Growing up where cricket was both the great obsession and the only escape, he was scoring centuries against adults from the age of 14 and made his West Indies ‘A’ team debut while still at school.

A devastating opener, tactical fanatic and cunning spin bowler, he has made more international one-day centuries(100) than Brian Lara, played more Test matches than Ian Botham and taken more Test catches than Clive Lloyd. Captaining the West Indies from 2007 to 2010, he is one of only four players in history to score two triple centuries in Test macthes.

In the thrilling T20 game he is the great pioneer – highest average, highest score, most runs and, of course, twice as many sixes as anyone else. Nicknamed #World Boss, he has played for 16 teams in nine countries across five continents and is the most in-demand cricketer of the modern era.

Best Seller In Books

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: