fmk_RoI wrote:King Boonen wrote:I thought that was just photography? Worth the money?
Worth it if you see it discounted. Personally I enjoyed it - the mix of writing and pictures - far more than I enjoyed the Fotheringham (which somehow felt a bit flat to me, by the numbers, not really adding anything to the story).
I'm a bit agnostic about Fotheringham as well at times. There's always parts of his books where I drift off
The best written book for me was Richard Moore's 'Etape'. The story of 20 key stages of The Tour De France through the years. And am currently enjoying David Cossins 'Monuments'. Great for people like me who know virtually nothing about the history of these races before the last 5-10 years.