Sunil Gavaskar writes as well as he bats—almost. In a simple and straightforward style he sets out his cricketing experiences. The narrative is full of little stories and anecdotes, which make interesting reading. In Sunny Days, Gavaskar gives his candid opinion about umpiring in England, Australia and the West Indies, which he finds far from satisfactory.
Jan-Feb 1977, volume 2, No 1/2