Books by John Feinstein
List with a summary of the featured bibliography of the author John Feinstein, with a brief synopsis of each recommended book.
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Literary genres: Sports - Basketball - NBA
Author: John Feinstein
Description: This classic of the genre is the inside story of one of college basketball's storied coaches and teams recounting the 1985-1986 season at Indiana University, describing the complex personality of coach Bob Knight, and examining the coaching methods which make him one of the best of all time.
A Season on the Brink not only captures the drama and pressure of big-time college basketball but paints a vivid portrait of a brilliant coach walking a fine line between genius and madness.
The book chronicles the... (keep reading...)
Author: John Feinstein and Red Auerbach
Description: This book documents the life story of the professional basketball coach, his seventeen-year tenure with the Boston Celtics, during which the team achieved nine NBA championships; his relationships with such players as Larry Bird, Wilt Chamberlain, and Michael Jordan; and his post-retirement consultation work with top coaches and players...
In Let Me Tell You a Story, Red Auerbach's unique experiences in sports and John Feinstein's unparalleled skills as a storyteller combine to produce one of the most richly... (keep reading...)