Fifty-Six: The Story of the Bradford Fire by Martin Fletcher
This is goose bumps giving story Martin Fletcher in which he wrote about the clutches of fire that broke out at Bradford City’s old Valley Parade ground. How that horrible and devastating event cause panic among the people and how it lead to death of 56 people and even the scary thoughts and pain of people who were alive after that.
On black day of May 11 1985 when Martin was at the Bradford ground with his father , brother , uncle and grandfather for the celebration of the promotion of Bradford’s second flight. He wished that it would be only nightmare that took his everything from him after the fire he was only survivor among the family members.
Even it provides insights of the story of fire how due to negligence of government that panic was created and 56 were died.
It was unforgettable and unpredictable experience of author’s life that completely shaken him off. It is all about the unbearable pain of the survivals after losing their families in the disaster. In an early age of 12 author lost his father that was too horrible to predict. Even this shocking memoir is evidence for the negligence of club’s owner and the government due to which out of 73 people 56 has to lose their lives.