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Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream Return Once Again To The Enduring Account Of Life In The Mojo Lane, To The Permian Panthers Of Odessa The Winningest High School Football Team In Texas History Odessa Is Not Known To Be A Town Big On Dreams, But The Panthers Help Keep The Hopes And Dreams Of This Small, Dusty Town Going Socially And Racially Divided, Its Fragile Economy Follows The Treacherous Boom Bu

About the Author: H.G. Bissinger

H.G Bissinger has won the Pulitzer Prize, the Livingston Award, the National Headliner Award, and the American Bar Association s Silver Gavel for his reporting The author has written for the television series NYPD Blue and is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair He lives in Philadelphia.

10 thoughts on “Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream

  1. says:

    This book is heartbreaking.I grew up in a very liberal part of the country My family is comprised mostly of hard working European immigrants who value education above all else In many ways, I should be the last person able to appreciate or understand life in small town Texas with its cons

  2. says:

    I was on an airplane one Friday night when I was reading this book As the plane took off from Cleveland I noticed a high school football game in progress I could see the lights. the two teams on the field. the crowd and the marching band I watched the field as long as I could Just at the point w

  3. says:

    Life really wouldn t be worth livin if you didn t have a high school team to support In the Reading class I am teaching in May 2016, I challenged my students to read a book from a genre they had not read I played along, and ended up reading an Amish romance and this sports book One reading friend talke

  4. says:

    If you think this book is about high school football in Texas, you re pretty much wrong There is a fair amount about football, but this book is really a sort of sociological study of a small Texas town where Football is played There is a lot about the difficulties of the local economy after the oil slump, and

  5. says:

    I didn t grow up in a football watching family My father, who apparently loved the game, passed away when I was young My mother was muchinterested in baseball, and had coworkers with season tickets, so I grew up going to the Kingdome to watch Ken Griffey Jr., Randy Johnson, Joey Cora, Edgar Martinez, Jay Buhner, Dan

  6. says:

    If you love football, Friday Night Lights likely will be the best sports book you ve ever read If you don t love football, and aren t an avid nonfiction reader FNL likely will be the best nonfiction book you ve ever read.FNL is about the stories communities tell themselves It s about how we live our values, collectively, h

  7. says:

    It s not a surprise that I loved this book It is about high school football I watched a lot of football growing up Friday nights high school football Saturday University of Colorado football Sunday NFL football I was a huge 49ers fan I probably could have done something great with all the hours I spent watching football Ah well M

  8. says:

    This is a fantastic book I felt sick to my stomach reading it.I played football in high school in a place where there was muchthan high school football for most people to do on a Friday night I can relate to some aspects of the story football games were the only sporting events in my school where admission was charged, they drew probabl

  9. says:

    My friends Matt Cassie introduced us to the television show Friday Night Lights this past winter I had only heard of it on blogs before then and never really paid any attention to it.Wow, was I late to the party The television show is excellent and I highly recommend it, even if you don t like football.Being the bookworm that I am, I had to fi

  10. says:

    Dear Mr Bissinger,I think watching the Intelligent Squared debate you were in is great I loved the television series based on this book I learned something about myself while reading this Even good writing such as yours, does not make me care a whit about football.

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