A Bronc Burnett story, as true to life and true to football as the earlier books were to baseball. This is the start of a...

READ REVIEW

FLYING TACKLE

A Bronc Burnett story, as true to life and true to football as the earlier books were to baseball. This is the start of a new series, fast-moving, with up-to-date High School banter of the quick-on-the-trigger variety. Part of the appeal lies in the explanation of football tactics, part on suspense as to who will win the big game between the home team (Sonora, Calif.) and the opponents. Play by play description of games, bound together by thinly threaded plot make this no better, no worse than many others of its ilk. The market- football and Bronc Burnett fans. Unprepossessing format. Strategy given by the coach may prove of practical value to players.

Pub Date: N/A

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Putnam

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949