Fie to thee, New York Times; avaunt ye, Washington Post; get behind me, O Guardian: Right Off the Bat has finally been reviewed where it counts: the Old Bradfieldian, Martin’s alumni magazine. Well, “reviewed” might be too strong a word, since the words on the page that accompany a photograph of book’s cover are more than reminiscent of those sent with a copy of the book to the editor. Now Martin’s fellow students will have to think of an excuse other than “I didn’t see it in Old Bradfieldian” to ignore the book. So, what’s your excuse?!
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