So, one day, I was reading a book and it got me thinking: there’s no-one else reviewing books online in snooker.
I looked around and simply couldn’t find decent reviews anywhere – other than the PR news in the papers. Originally, SnookerZone had started reviewing 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!If you're new to the game and love reading a good book, then at SnookerZone, we've got you sorted with an array of books we've reviewed that keep you entertained, educated, and informed. Click To Tweet
You can be sure that 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…
- 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