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The Seventh Game
 
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Daniel Archangel
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The Seventh Game

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First, 218 pages
Published 2011 by Liveware Publishing
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Meagan
Oct 01, 2011 Meagan rated it really liked it
The Seventh Game by Daniel Archangel immediately caught my interest because above all other things, it is a book about baseball. Pretty much anything sports related gets my thumbs up vote. Once starting to get into the book, I became more and more intrigued. Thinking about the game of baseball or any other sport for that matter from a philosopher’s point of view was a very nice change of pace. I have to say, there are points of the book where I was completely confused by all of the “close ...more
Chris Wood
Nov 08, 2012 Chris Wood rated it really liked it
Before reading this novel, I was aware of the Black Sox Scandal that beleaguered Major League Baseball's 1919 World Series. I thought, rather naively, that such corruption and cheating in America's favorite pastime were a thing of the past. After reading this novel, however, I have my doubts.

During a World Series, "Kid" -- a Major League second baseman on the Blazers -- becomes suspicious of some of his and his opponents' teammates as they seem to make just the right kind of errors and plays nee
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Hannah
Dec 26, 2012 Hannah rated it liked it
Shelves: fiction
This book has so many awesome elements. I thought the use of philosophical terms to describe the world was fascinating, though confusing at first. The baseball, which I know nothing about, is well explained and entertaining. It reads like a good mystery... But it just took too long to get to the point! The roundtable style has its charms but my patience was exhausted about two thirds through the book; I realized that I just didn't want to get back to it.
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