NUMBERS DO LIE
"This book has started a fascinating conversation that will change the face of the way we look at the game and those who have played it." - Greg Chappell
"If the stories in Numbers Don’t Lie are anything to go by, Impact Index has the potential to change the very vocabulary of cricketing debates."- The Hindu
"This book provokes you and makes you think about the game more deeply than you would have. It challenges existing thought and for that alone, it is valuable." - Harsha Bhogle, Writer/ Commentator
"Because it lays such great store by context, Impact Index can be the most reliable guide to both form and class yet known to cricket." - Sportstar
"Impact Index's very simple idea of considering match and series context results in many fresh insights and breaks some myths." - Sanjay Manjrekar
"If you have ever tried to look beyond what meets the eye in a cricket match then this book will ensure that you may never see the sport quite the same way." - The New Indian Express
''Belonging to the 'lies, damn lies and statistics' school of thought, I was initially skeptical of the value of Impact Index. After reading Numbers Do Lie, I have become a total convert." - V. Ramnarayan, Writer/ Former cricketer
"For those who believe that statistics do not present the picture, this book is almost godsend." - The New Indian Express
"I was a passionate follower of the game who had more or less given up on it - this book got my interest back once more." - G Sampath, Writer/ Journalist
"The special feature of this book is outspokenness...if you are not prejudiced toward any player, this book will prove interesting to you." - Loksatta
"...makes for an engrossing discussion of the kind that does not receive much coverage on television, mostly because it challenges the status quo." - The Dawn, Pakistan
Photos and videos from launch events that were held across the country - in Delhi, Pune, Bangalore and Mumbai - along with press coverage. "Numbers Do Lie: 61 Hidden Cricket Stories" is now available online and in leading bookstores.
Our first book written with Aakash Chopra, published by HarperCollins. Now available under brick-and-mortar and online too. With special extra-absorbent pages so that it is not entirely useless if it doesn't make you see the game in a different way. But, given how easy the stuff on the pages is to absorb, we suspect that function won't come in handy.