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Game of Mates: How Favours Bleed the Nation

Game of Mates: How Favours Bleed the Nation - Cameron Murray This book is both compelling and depressing and will probably make most readers angry. Furthermore, it should be mandatory reading for everyone. The only downside is that some of the phrasing was a bit clumsy and there were quite a few typos. I initially wondered where their editor was, and then I realised, they probably didn't have one. The book doesn't appear to have been published by a publishing house, but rather by the authors themselves. I suspect that they probably had trouble finding a publisher for it so self-published it. For this reason, I am inclined to forgive them their clumsy phrasing and typos and give it full marks.