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This is the remarkable story of Rahul Dravid's extraordinary cricketing career that commenced in 1996. The book highlights the physical, mental and, of course, technical attributes that have elevated Rahul to legendary status. In this honest endeavour to recount the story of Rahul Dravid, the author is assisted by reminiscences from his mentors, seniors, teammates and even opponents, all of whom witnessed the making of a cricketing legend from close quarters.

Devendra Prabhudesai (b. 1976) is a cricket writer based in Mumbai. He is presently Manager - Media Relations and Corporate Affairs at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). This is his third book. He has earlier penned Rahul Dravid's biography, The Nice Guy Who Finished First (2005), and Cricket World Cup: Around the World in Seventy-and-a-Half Days (2007).

©2005 Devendra Prabhudesai (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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It's like reading a news paper

It's not a biography by any angle, it's like reading newspaper next day of cricket match , who scored what and how... That's all.... Don't liked...

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Good Book

A nice book but the narration at times becomes weird when the narrator is trying to imitate different people giving their views on Dravid. The narrator also struggles to properly pronounce the names of some Indian cricketers and some Indian (hindi) words.

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The Greatest Wall in Cricket

If a person already didnt know than he would by this book why Rahul is called the wall or Mr reliable. Ofcourse you get a different kind of high when you get to see games in which batsman such as Sachin and Brian get going. But giving yourself to what your team needs, really shows the quality of this not so much sung hero.

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No mention of personal life of the legend

Everything is fine. But as a fan of this great gentleman, I would have loved to know more about his personal life along with his career.

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Great book of greatest cricketer of the team

It’s very great book of the greatest cricket of the team, who served for nation with any personal agenda or goals
His goal was to steel or save for his team from the opponents
But it’s wasn’t entirely of his professional career we hope balance will come very soon

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Wanted to know more about his practise before he started playing match and how he prepared for cricket off ground

Wanted to know more about his practise before he started playing match and how he prepared for cricket off ground

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To many statistics and less emotions.

the narrator was good, but the story was all about Rahul's career and not much on his personal life which would tell us his secret on how to be a gentleman that he is.

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  • 15-03-19

ok book

it's a good book.
however the voice over for Indian characters is terrible and pathetic to hear.

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