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Bill Simmons is an awesome writer and this book was great! I went on a sort of sports book reading binge over the last month and a writing reviews for all (7) of the books I read,... Read morePublished on June 25, 2014 by Abigail
If sports books were treated like works of art, then "Now I Can Die in Peace" probably could be considered the first post-modernist book of its kind. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by WDX2BB
Funny and insightful. However, it is mostly a collection of historical writings. That being said, I did enjoy this book.Published on November 10, 2013 by Steve Jones
Absolutely loved this book. Can't believe I read it so quick, literally couldn't put it down. Gave it to my friend who wasn't a red sox fan and he loved it tooPublished on October 29, 2013 by Conor Cosgrove
As much of Bill Simmons' work does, this book displayed the Boston-based sports writer's love of his hometown Red Sox and was written from the perspective that only real Simmons... Read morePublished on October 17, 2013 by Peter James Schauer
I would've loved to have a book about the Red Sox championship season from Bill Simmons' POV. Unfortunatley what I got was his old columns copied and pasted, with some fresh... Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by Usni
Raised a Sox fan and I can truly relate in a VERY funny, quirky, familiar way to The Sports Guy!Published on January 21, 2013 by Stephanie
Obviously, if I was a Seattle Mariners fan I would probably give this one or two stars just because I wouldn't know what the hell was going on. Read morePublished on January 20, 2012 by Nathan Webster