Review of Life In The Sunshine by T. Sathish.

Title: Life in the sunshine

Subtitle: Autobiography of an unknown cricketer.

Author : T. Sathish

Format: Kindle edition (Paperback available as well)

Book Length: 228 pages


“Sat, Sam, and Trib (a.k.a Triple sundae gang) are teenagers and they love cricket. They spend most of their time watching and playing the sport they love. They dream of making their living in the sport.

When they are not playing the game, they put on their thinking cap and come up with alternate versions of important matches or provide parodic answers to questions that have plagued cricket fans over the years.

However, fate intervenes in their idyllic life. On 18th April 1986, Javed Miandad hits Chetan Sharma for a six in Sharjah and leaves their cricket viewing life in tatters. The after-effects of this fateful event, continue to haunt them for many years.

Their problems don’t end there.

Sat fails to graduate from school level cricket to state-level cricket. He is heartbroken by the loss of his dreams and faces a mini identity crisis.

How do the boys solve their problems?

Will the boys ever recover from that Javed Miandad incident?

Will Sat get his mojo back?

Come, join the heartwarming ride and find out the answers, as Sat takes you through his nostalgic memories of the sport and narrates his coming of age story, which is deeply influenced by the sport!”


Well Cricket made me pick up this book for reading, and I must say I am not much disappointed.

Life in the sunshine by T. Satish is a story about 3 guys Sat, Sam and Trib, 3 teenagers who love cricket. The story revolves around their love for playing and watching the sport.

But then it also tells us about what fate had in store for them, an incident that turned out to be life changing moment for them. Will they still love cricket?

Starting with narration the plot is gripping at begaining but at a point it becomes a stretching and then again comes back to the point, the book is properly edited.

The author has really worked well on his characters, all the characters are strongly developed. Research work is amazing as well as i am a cricket fan but i didn’t had much idea about cricket fever of 80’s.

The cover is simple but quite beautiful.

Overall a must read book for those who love the sport of cricket and also for those who thought of playing it for the nation.


I will rate it ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Link to buy the book :

Life in the sunshine by T Sathish.

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