It Ain't Over 'Til the Fat Lady Singsby Howard G. Peretz
Everyone else was leaving the stadium, filing up the rows, but you hung around. At home, millions of people figured the game was wrapped up and changed channels, but you didn't reach for the remote. You'd decided to stay until the end, no matter what happened. Because you knew something all those people rushing to get to their cars didn't know. You probably muttered a saying so basic to being a sports fan that it stands right up there with "It isn't whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game."
You knew that
So the Mets staged their amazing comeback in Game Six of the 1986 world Series. Christian Laettner sank his buzzer beater against Kentucky in the 1992 NCAA tournament. The USA hockey team upset the USSR in the 1980 Olympics. Joe Montana connected with Dwight Clark for the catch.
And you saw it.
Now you can see it again. For the first time, in all sports-have been collected in one book. It Ain't Over 'Til the Fat Lady Sings is the ultimate highlight reel. But be warned, after you read this book, you'll never leave before the final buzzer again.
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