Danny Rhodes' spare prose is convincing . . . he asks important questions about social justice, but also tells a compellingly human story.
If you watched football in teh 1980s, you'll want to read it. If you started watching the game post-Hillsborough, you MUST read it.
Rhodes depiction of disaster and ensuing PTSD has the ring of authenticity: he was at Hillsborough that fateful day.