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They come through you but not from you. Michael Bistis Worth reading for the students and young minds who are after the pursuit of their dreams come true.

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Read the complete review at: I recommend My Journey of A. He did believe in God and in science and that they go hand in hand and that every human has a role to play in. Though it becomes a little technical in the end, still his thoughts on team work, innovation, thinking out of the box, achieving your dreams are wonderful to read about.

However it is a peek into his personal life which was solely and completely focused on his work-it practically defined him, leaving no scope for any other aspects of regular life.


We are promised a biography of Kalam Sir and what we get is distant view of his life from someone else’s perception and point of view.

A must read for every Indian. A true patriot A book on hard work, dedication and resolve. And less of Dr. This autobiography doesn’t only give account of his life, but also of the great minds like Vikram Sarabhai, Satish Dhawan, Brahm Agnichirakukak and many more.

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In my opinion, one cannot write a negative review about an autobiography. Kalam played a pivotal organisational, technical and political role in India’s Pokhran-II nuclear test inthe first since the original nuclear test by India in Abdul Kalam, was one of India’s most distinguished scientists.

Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam!! View all 3 comments. Wish I had some command on Physics before i began to read this book,didn’t get much of the technical work elaborated in book but would for sure fill zeal among science passionate guys. But then that is the way he is passionate about his work I guess! An inspiration for a nation’s people constantly bogged down by socio-economic issues!

A P J Abdul Kalam. A must buy and must read.

The scientific terminologies spanning some pages are a little off putting but even among these are hidden his words of wisdom. Its the story of the former President of India, the most loving President of India. My respect for the man just increased tenfold. Want to Read saving…. An autobiography of one the great aerospace scientist of India. I got to know more about the technical details of rockets and missiles. But it was a disappointment.

The book, autobiographical in agnichieakukal tells the tale of a man who embodied simplicity but lived in a higher plane of thought than us mere mortals. Of course, it took me by surprise. The author a once scientist and the former president of India among other things had a vision for the agnivhirakukal nation. I gave up at the last or the second chapter from the last. How much hard work have been put to make this happen.

This is the first Autobiography I have read. HTML is not translated! The only downside is the jargon of aeronautic words used in it. Abdul Kalam through this book. After leaving his native place for studies, Abdul Kalam kept growing and kept moving forward, never did he stop nor did he looked back.


He talks very little about his personal life, except occasionally when he had to rush home for some emergency or an important function. I’ve to start the sequel very soon. This isn’t an autobiography so much as it is a series of musings about life, science and religion, engineering project management, leadership, and Indian nationalism I mean that in a positive way; it was interesting to think about how the indigenous space program of India means as much to them as America’s does to us loosely strung together agnichirakuka a narrative of Kalam’s work in rocketry and nuclear weapons.

It is the first authentic volume on India’s Space Odyssey. He gave various example of the confusion and hardship he faced like many of us, but his faith in God and unending belief in the possibility of change kept him going. But the writing style of the book is what failed to keep me hooked. This is a disappointment as his perspective would have been very interesting to hear.

Dr Kalam was a man who reached heights despite being from a very small town, and growing with the most humble of backgrounds. The book is truly inspirational.

It was a long time ago that i read this book but what remains is a passion that burned forth from its pages.