Top critical review
Its OK not great
26 October 2015
Since I followed SRT from my childhood like maniac there was rarely anything I did not know. I would say 80%-85% things were well knows to any avid SRT fan. I was also not expecting anything much as I already read every single article written on him as well as all his interviews several times. But still being an autobiography I was expecting bit more details about dressing room stories, some insight into controversies during Sachin's carrier, details about betting in Cricket etc was expected, and those were duly missed as Sachin always like to play it safe and hardly make any comments about controversies. Its his way so no offense anyway.
This book is strongly recommended for those who think all his success is fluke, for them to read the hardwork and dedication he put during his childhood and his love for his family. The book also gives insight into the values of an Indian middle class family and how those values kept a person like Sachin grounded all his life. Rest a cricket buff will definitely remember all the heroics of the master series by series & match by match. Also the book summarizes overall Sachin's love for the game and his country.
If you are a complete novice and do not know much about the Man, go ahead and order it. For the Sachin fans you will anyway have it in your collection, like I have it.