In a deeply introspective memoir coming out in May this year, South African cricketer Faf du Plessis writes about his journey of self-discovery, struggle, triumph, and love for the game. In “Faf Through Fire”, published by Penguin Random House India’s Ebury Press imprint, the Royal Challengers Bangalore captain claims to take readers on a journey of self-discovery, “from a young man with a questionable moral compass outside cricket A respected and admired leader known for his integrity, values , and empathy towards his fellowmen to trace his growth.”
The former captain of the South African cricket team spoke about his experiences with some of the leading international cricketers including MS Dhoni, Gary Kirsten, Stephen Fleming, Graeme Smith, and AB de Villiers.
“I am very excited about the launch of my book ‘Faf Through Fire’ in India. I have always felt at home here and I have received immense support playing in India over the years. I hope reader Du Plessis “Please enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed sharing it,” it said in a statement.
The 38-year-old has 22 hundred and 56 half-centuries in over 200 Test and ODI cricket matches.
“Most of you must have seen Faf du Plessis play and lead his team on the cricket field, but do you know the person behind the cricketer and what is he called? Faf Through Fire answers all these questions. Will give and more,” said Miley Aishwarya, publisher, of Penguin Random House India.