Clyde St. Joseph Bonaventure has a passion for computers
and is being trained by Star Computers in secret processes
at their Midlands research headquarters. Clyde was
born and raised in London. That he shows no interest in
cricket saddens his family, especially as his uncle is
Gary Sobers and cricket is in his blood.|
Star Computers sponsor many sports throughout the world, including a team of international cricketers in a series of matches, and expect Clyde to play in their team. So Clyde works out a programme of how he thinks his cricket should be played, feeds this into a computer and comes up with surprising answers . He belts over 200 runs off world-class bowling, then takes 6 wickets for less than a hundred runs.
But success leads to danger . . . .
The book carries an advertisement for the book The Prize and the Game by Denis Law.