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Sachin Tendulkar-A Definitive Biography (2005)

by Vaibhav Purandare(Favorite Author)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 5
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English
publisher
Lotus Roli
review 1: The book I read was mainly covering the period till 2005. Although the author has added the happenings after that in his epilogue and extended it to 2010, it is a much shorter description of the period. Obviously, the book misses the world cup triumph of 2011 and the never before celebrated retirement of any sporting legend of 2013. I would love if the book is updated now to cover these crucial events. But overall, a fantastic read.
review 2: The chapters on his early life are a treat to read. There is so much in those that was not known to me and is pretty interesting and important to really upgrade the status of the GOD.However soon after the initial years of his cricketing life were over, everything was known already. Perhaps because Sachin is such a public
... morefigure that nothing of his life could remain unknown. It was certainly a treat to relive all the innings and those special contests.I will certainly read this again someday and recommend to every fan and critique. less
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4753
A little more coverage of his contemporaries and team mates would have made this a better read.
jewls
Gets tiresome after 50 pages. But, I did read it through. And like it.
Sharu
extremely boring and too much of blabber.
melissalim
Excellent :)
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