I was reading a book, and it got me thinking: there’s no-one else reviewing books online in snooker.
I looked around and couldn’t find any decent reviews anywhere – other than the PR news in the papers. Originally, SnookerZone had reviewed tips and training aids and thought, why not books?
So, I got around to starting to review a few books.
And there’s more to come, soon!
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There are plenty of books to keep you entertained and educated on snooker – so – put your feet up with a nice coffee and relax into the world of the green baize!
PS: Should you decide to buy any books we review that have links to Amazon or Ebay, SnookerZone will receive a small affiliate compensation!
Get the lowdown on the books by reading the reviews on the links below…
PS: We’ve sorted the books out into categories…
- Kissing the Pink – Read about the trials and tribulations of being a female snooker player in a man’s world here
- Frame of Mind – The Autobiography of Graeme Dott
- Mordecai Richler’s “On Snooker” – Who’s the “Real Life Rocky” of the Green Baize?
- The Champion’s Mind: How You Become a Champion, Like the Great Champions
- Not Achieving Results in Your Practice/Match Play? Discover Why by Reading Paul Schopf’s Motivational and Practical Snooker Training Book
- Book Review: Read 5 Key Tips on How to be Top in Snooker According to Stephen Hendry’s Me and the Table
ROUTINE AND COACHING BOOKS:
- Read The Complete Book of Snooker Shots: 224 You Need to Master to be the Best!
- Controversial For You? Frank Callan’s Snooker Clinic