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Publisher's Summary

For more than a decade, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has captivated the world of cricket and more than a billion Indians with his incredible ingenuity as captain, wicketkeeper, and batsman. Bharat Sundaresan tracks down the cricketer's closest friends in Ranchi and artfully presents the different shades of Dhoni - the Ranchi boy, the fauji, the diplomat, Chennai's beloved Thala, the wicketkeeping Pythagoras - and lays bare the man underneath. He discovers a certain je ne sais quoi about the man who has a magical ability to transform and elevate everything that comes into his orbit - the Dhoni touch.

Funny, candid, and peppered with delicious anecdotes, The Dhoni Touch reveals an ordinary man living an extraordinary life.

©2018 Bharat Sundaresan (P)2020 Random House Audio

Critic Reviews

"Dhoni is adored, respected, loved wildly, and yet, remains mysterious. Don't we want to know more? I do. And this book by Bharat, a fine journalist, helps." (Harsha Bhogle)

"One of India's most stylish and inquisitive cricket writers unleashes an array of helicopter shots to produce the definitive origin story of a player and captain who changed the sport in his country." (Ali Martin, Guardian)

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It's nice.

Loved it. I read half of the book and I listened to the audio book too. It is wonderful and I recommended many of my friends this book.

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Terrible voice over, average writing. Full of mispronounced words; some as basic as saying "bats man" as two separate words.

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Clean and clear thoughts

I liked it . Narration was o k . Story never apperead boring . Many lesser known facts told