Time to Declare tells with unflinching candour Mark Taylor's story in a fascinating and revealing autobiography. Taking block, Taylor throws new light on the highs and lows, the controversies and the triumphs of a truly remarkable sporting career. By the end of his journey, which included 104 Tests for his country, 7525 runs, and 157 catches, he stood acclaimed as the 'second most important person in the land'. At the close of Australia's century there can be no finer story of grit and perseverance and inspiration than that of Mark Taylor – captain of his country.
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Good cheap read
Taylor's book isn't too bad and certainly covers a lot of different events but seems to be a little thin on details for large sections. I'm also annoyed at the washing out of certain negative stories which got little air time and the lack of many insider stories. I know a lot of people want to hear about sledging and such but it's only covered in about a paragraph and any interesting anecdotes left out. Still, I paid 99 cents for the book and would have been happy even if I'd paid $5. Not a bad read, just wished for more 'juice'.