The 159th edition of the most famous sports book in the world - published every year since 1864 - contains some of the finest sports writing of the year and covers reports and scorecards for all Tests, one-day and Twenty20 internationals, making it the cricketers' bible worldwide.
Part One - Comment Part Two - The Wisden Review Part Three - English International Cricket Part Four - English Domestic Cricket Part Five - Overseas Cricket Part Six - Overseas Franchise Cricket Part Seven - Women's Cricket Part Eight - Records and Registers Part Nine - The Almanack
This is Lawrence Booth's eleventh year as Editor of Wisden. He is one of the most respected and well liked authorities in the modern game. @the_topspin
Overall, Wisden succeeds again in meeting its challenge, recording
meticulously and comprehensively while finding time to breathe and
reflect. -- Richard Hobson * The Cricketer *
It is a book of three parts: comment; record; and delightful minutiae, which always brings the most cheer. -- Mike Atherton * The Times *
"The joys of the Almanack are the joys of cricket. Its landscape is vast, its minutia endlessly explorable. It is somewhere to escape to." -- Jon Hotten * Wisden Cricket Monthly *