The columns are published mostly as they originally appeared on ESPN.com, with short postscripts added by Reilly. Most of those are fairly inconsequential, but some provide worthwhile updates on the column subjects.
Reilly’s work for ESPN seldom lived up to that from his early days at Sports Illustrated, and this book doesn’t quite stack up to some of his previous work, like the New York Times bestseller “The Life of Reilly,” which is made up of his first Sports Illustrated columns.
While some of Reilly’s weaker columns probably should have been omitted, there’s still plenty worth reading in “Tiger, meet my sister ... ” And with Reilly recently announcing that he will stop writing weekly columns to focus on television work, this is likely the last anthology of work from one of America’s most-read sportswriters.
Hayley Riggs McGhee, Assistant Sports Editor