About the Book
This book is unlike any other book on cricket.
It is not a biography of Sachin or Bradman. It is an unprecedented attempt to set the record straight.
It is not a compilation of interviews or cricket anecdotes.
It is a tribute to Sachin. It corrects the grave injustice done to him by those who maintain that the crown belongs to Bradman. After all, Bradman is the final frontier.
You are invited to take a closer look. See Sachin in an entirely new light - one that encourages historians, fans and critics to weigh afresh his place in cricket history.
The author says: 'Many of the statistics I present are new. I hope I am also offering a new way of looking at their achievements, a more persistently honest way of looking at them. This book is not about Sachin being the greatest batsman in 1998 or the greatest batsman in 2010. It is about him as the greatest batsman in cricket history. So you will need to take your eyes off the TV screen playing last year 's ODI or replaying last year 's Test, to appreciate the arguments here. '
For any fan of Sachin - for that matter, any fan of cricket - this book is a MUST READ.
About the Author
As far back as 2003, Rudolph Lambert Fernandez challenged the status quo - Bradman 's undisputed rank as the greatest batsman in cricket history - by arguing that Sachin was in fact far greater. Ten years on, his book invites readers to a detailed comparison - the first of its kind.