From Publishers Weekly
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...Kevin's year spent in Wrigleyville touches on what it means to be a Cubs fan... -- The Kansas City Star
...[F]inally, a young man has written a young man's baseball book. -- Chris Jones, Esquire magazine
Wrigleyworld is young Kevin Kaduk's barbaric, giddy, frenzied Old-Style salute to that glorious Kingdom of Cub. -- Rick Telander, sports columnist, Chicago Sun-Times
Wrigleyworld manages the rare trick of making you want to... enter the...realm of suffering only Cubs fans truly understand. -- Mike Vacarro, author, Emperors and Idiots: The Hundred-Year Rivalry of the Yankees and Red Sox, From the Very Beginning to the End of the Curse
Wrigleyworld paints a fresh and vivid portrait of Wrigleyville and what it's really like to be a Cub fan. -- Len Kasper, WGN Television
Funny, observational and...such a great idea...that I'm actually kind of mad at him for thinking of it first. -- Will Leitch, author, Catch, and editor of Deadspin.com
In Wrigleyworld you get front row seats to the non-stop carnival of the Cubs... -- Andy Dolan, desipio.com
Kevin writes about the vibrant, block-party atmosphere like no one else I know. His love for...Chicago is unmistakable. -- Mike Holbrook, managing editor, Pro Football Weekly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.