978 1 921778 57 5
234 x 153 x 30 mm
Brendan Fevola is a football enigma. Revered for his goalkicking feats at Carlton, he had the talent to be one of the club's all-time greats. However, as Carlton discovered over an 11-year journey, Fevola was also every club's nightmare. Whether it was being sent home from Ireland in disgrace during Australia's 2006 International Rules Series or his antics at the 2009 Brownlow Medal, there was usually a common denominator: alcohol.
This fascinating biography charts Fevola's rise to AFL greatness and his very public descent into disgrace.
No stranger to catastrophe, veteran journalist Roger Franklin has covered disasters and debacles in Australia and the U.S. for more than three decades, from the Granville train crash to the 9/11 attacks on New York. Formerly a senior writer at the Herald Sun, he has been a writer and editor for the Sun-Herald, Time magazine, BusinessWeek and the New York Post. He is the author of The Defender: the Story of General Dynamics, a critically acclaimed exposé of waste, fraud and abuse at the Pentagon. Inferno was his first for The Slattery Media Group.
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