Author(s): Duncan Greive
A personal account of a New Zealand sporting icon who became a world superstar - the greatest fly-half in international rugby. Dan Carter is the world record holder for most test points, has twice been named the IRB's Player of the Year and twice New Zealand Player of the Year. In this memoir he opens up for the first time about his stellar 12-year career, looking back on the highs, and, with an equal measure of honesty, the lows of his career.
Duncan Greive is a multiple award-winning freelance journalist and critic based in Auckland. He has written about music, sport, business and culture for over ten years and has long been regarded as the new force in New Zealand sports writing.