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Dec 25, 2016Shine Sebastian
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The first autobiography I've read, and I really enjoyed it. Dr.A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is a source of infinite pride and inspiration for every aspiring youths and in particular , young scientists.
A really motivative book which gives us a glimpse of the two sides of a bright golden coin, one is Dr. Kalam as a fine , compassionate , humble, optimistic and a highly respectable human being, the other side, an extraordinarily skillful, imaginative and a 100% dedicated scientist and a leader.
Apr 18, 2017Muthuvel rated it liked it · review of another edition
'If I had seen any further, it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants' said a 12th century being which suits synonymous to the story of Avul Pakir Jainulabdin Abdul Kalam who had become a giant himself in the domains of Defense, Space Rocketry and Atomic Energy Research.
The Vicariously written autobiography didn't seem to find the light completely as the writer Arun Tiwari was involved full time in penning down the experiences of Dr. Kalam. The artificial flavors were revealed at several mome..more
Aug 03, 2014Sanjay Gautam rated it liked it · review of another edition
An autobiography of one the great aerospace scientist of India. I read this book in my teens and found this to be inspiring
Apr 01, 2017Shalini Sharma rated it liked it · review of another edition
I wish it was little less technical..lost concentration at many points..but the messages given in the book really touched my heart..every growing up kid must read this.. truly inspirational
Aug 16, 2013Murtuza Rangwala rated it liked it · review of another edition
This is the first Autobiography I have read. I had high expectations as I admire Sir Kalam's image. But I will be biased on the side of a layman reader in this quick review.
In my opinion, one cannot write a negative review about an autobiography. Any achievement- big or small is an achievement and only The All Knowing knows how much effort an individual puts in achieving a particular goal. And Sir Kalam's achievements by no scale are small. 'The Missile Man of India' has a lot of medals o..more
Dec 29, 2016Narendrāditya Nalwa rated it liked it · review of another edition
The biography of a renowned rocket scientist. Hailing from Rameswaram island in TN, Dr Kalam had a toughening childhood, which he was immensely grateful for. The book takes you through his life, from his early childhood through youth till his retirement.
It would better be the biography of Indian rocketry, for Dr. Kalam speaks more about his rockets than about himself. With an awe-inspiring description of eminent scientists and engineers who happened to be his contemporaries and acquaintances, t..more
Jun 02, 2018Preetam Kumar rated it liked it · review of another edition
I tried, tried and tried but I just couldn't finish this book.I gave up at the last or the second chapter from the last. I just couldn't keep going. This book is a biography of this great personality Kalam Sir, that's why I guess it is rendered as so revered but if you look at it from literary point of view it is tedious and monotonous (monotonous in the sense that all it talks about is rocket science, I mean I get it, this man's life revolves around rocketry but this book is supposed to be biog..more
Aug 19, 2014Saroj Kumar rated it liked it · review of another edition
I have utmost respect for the former president of my country and the great scientist, nevertheless a great impeccable personality, Dr. A P J ABDUL KALAM, but his autobiography is definitely overhyped.
I have heard from some of my friends that how great this book is, but i found it quite boring.
It definitely throws a light on the life of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, who really excelled in his field and received the highest civilian honour of india, despite being from a small town & humble background...more
Feb 01, 2016Mansi Bhalani rated it liked it · review of another edition
This book is a must read for every Indian to know one of the greatest men of our country. It is inspiring to know how a common man like Abdul Kalam wrote his destiny with hard work and perseverance, and with that took rocketry in India to new heights. This autobiography doesn't only give account of his life, but also of the great minds like Vikram Sarabhai, Satish Dhawan, Brahm Prakash and many more. This autobiographical account gets a bit technical due to in-depth explanation of rocketry, miss..more
Jan 14, 2013Usha rated it liked it · review of another edition
An inspiration for a nation's people constantly bogged down by socio-economic issues!
As motivating as it was, it was quite dragging given the technical nature of the writing and the domain of rocketry. 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.
It portrays real humility in attributing credit where it is really due - to the person who welded parts of the machines..more
Dec 17, 2009Jim Good
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Interesting book on several levels. First, as a biography of Kalam: a Muslim in India with humble beginnings as an engineer who eventually led the rocket and missle development efforts of the country. Kalam maintains a spiritual base as he heads the mainly military and nationalistic projects therein. Never deals with any conflicts between his spirituality and the military nature of his work, nor the conflict of being a Muslim in a Hindu dominated country. This is a disappointment as his perspect..more
Feb 15, 2014Aashish rated it liked it · review of another edition
looks like i was reading a research paper sponsored by ISRO and DRDO.
I have an immense respect for APJ Kalam but somehow this book doesn't do justice to the charm and charisma of Kalam.
The real gem of book lies in excerpts of poems which have been aptly compiled and written upto.
Must read for people interested in pure and research sciences,Sometime you feel how cautious kalam be it in selection of words or thoughts he wants to portray.
But you feel proud after knowing how India transformed fr..more
Oct 04, 2015Soren rated it liked it · review of another edition
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 by a narrative of Kalam's work in rocketry and nuclear weapons. The book pre-dates his presidency, so it's missing that major concluding chapter in his lif..more
Dec 10, 2015Srikumar Krishna Iyer rated it liked it · review of another edition
A very inspirational reading.
Will make every Indian proud, reading it.
The great man is so humble that, although he calls it the story of his life, which he has spent/ dedicated to Space Research, Missile Development, Atomic Energy research etc.
He talks very little about his personal life, except occasionally when he had to rush home for some emergency or an important function.
Though it becomes a little technical in the end, still his thoughts on team work, innovation, thinking out of the box, ac..more
May 31, 2016Amita Sehrawat rated it liked it · review of another edition
I gave the rating with a heavy heart..
I absolutely loved the book. Yes, despite the fact that the book is more about India's journey to Rocket science, despite the fact that I did not understood a major chunk of the sentences, I was not able to put it down till I finished reading it.
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Oct 20, 2012Anuja Papriwal
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Recommends it for: people who want to be something in life
Shelves: indian-author, inspirational, autobiography-and-semi, philosophical
took a long time finishing! simply because its a book plainly told, without any frills or fancies! the man who does the telling single handed took Indian research and technology to a level where it is revered! the simplicity and dedication of this man is humbling, who India has been fortunate to have as a president too!
must read for Indian techies or anybody interested in how a man lives by what he believes in!
Apr 26, 2010Arun Divakar rated it liked it · review of another edition
It was a long time ago that i read this book but what remains is a passion that burned forth from its pages. The author a once scientist and the former president of India among other things had a vision for the entire nation. The book, autobiographical in nature tells the tale of a man who embodied simplicity but lived in a higher plane of thought than us mere mortals
Jul 30, 2012Maheswaran rated it liked it · review of another edition
I enjoyed the book more as a biography of Indian Space and Aerospace Innovations/advancements. And less of Dr. Kalam as a person.
But still worth a read to know more about ISRO, DRDL and others in India.
Jun 22, 2014Dhanasvi Tejani rated it liked it · review of another edition
I had hoped to know a lot more about Dr. Abdul Kalam through this book. But it was a disappointment. I got to know more about the technical details of rockets and missiles. But then that is the way he is passionate about his work I guess!
Aug 14, 2014Sreejith Babu rated it liked it · review of another edition
It is a good book but a little boring one, no offense to the author. One who is a Mechanical/Chemical engineer may be able to enjoy it better. The only downside is the jargon of aeronautic words used in it.
Level of English: Intermediate - Tough
Mar 17, 2016Prashanth Varma rated it liked it · review of another edition
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.Just give a go, It gives a traces of work management and the perseverance qualities one should posses.
Jul 31, 2015Simi Raghavan rated it liked it · review of another edition
My respect for the man just increased tenfold. I wish all young Indians would read his autobiography and be humbled and inspired. The scientific terminologies spanning some pages are a little off putting but even among these are hidden his words of wisdom.
Jan 23, 2018Rajsi rated it liked it · review of another edition
The is amazing and will totally inspire you. But as for the stars the book talks in depth about Sir Abdul Kalam's work and for some part where he has described in such detail about the engineering work that its too much to take in. But apart for that a book worth reading.
I would share a few lines from the book which in itself speaks about it’s weight.
While describing about his childhood and the things his father taught him he writes this which he seems to have learnt at a very young age – “And..more
Sep 19, 2017Hasan Nahiyan Nobel rated it liked it · review of another edition
সুনদর, আসলেই। তবে কাবাবে হাডডির মত বেশ অনেকখানি রকেটবিদযাও পড়ে ফেলতে হয়েছে, ওটুকু না থাকলে আরও এক-দেড়টা তারা বাড়িয়ে দেয়া যেতো। (খুব সমভবত ওনার কাছে এ বিষয়গুলো এতই মজার, বই লেখার সময়ও ওগুলো বাদ দিতে পারেননি। আমি বাবা মুখযুসুখযু মানুষ—হারডকোর ফিজিকসের কথাবারতা দেখলে তরাহি তরাহি ডাক ছেড়ে পালাই। বনযেরা বনে সুনদর, ফিজিকস রেজনিকে।)
যাকগে। আবদুল কালামের মত মানুষদের ভেতরে বোধহয় পরায়ই একজন দারশনিক বাস করে। ওনার দরশনটা জানার ইচছে ছিল খুব। রকেটবিদযাটুকু বাদ দিলে যা থাকে—সেটুকু আসলেই চোখ বড় বড় করে পড়া যায়, ভ..more
Jul 02, 2018Ranjani Srinivasan rated it liked it · review of another edition
A humbling read. His accomplishments and vision are unmatched as is his modesty. Pleasantly (and wonderfully) surprised by his deeply spiritual side; and oh, what a beautiful poet! The technical details and matter-of-fact narration made me impatient in parts, but I think in retrospect that the non-glamorous narration style perhaps fit the man better than anything else. The magic lies in the intermittent poetry.
I cannot not mention the deep sense of patriotism he weaves along in this story, convi..more
Aug 28, 2018Vidur rated it liked it · review of another edition
Dr Kalam was a man who reached heights despite being from a very small town, and growing with the most humble of backgrounds. He was one of the brightest lights in our space program and was responsible for some of the biggest programs that the DRDO and ISRO worked on.
Most people know him as the president of the country and assume that is his claim to fame but he was much more than that. He was an highly educated and dignified man who wrote this book to educate people a about his life and journey..more
Jul 02, 2018Akshat Solanki rated it liked it · review of another edition
Wings of Fire is a collection of events happened in the author's life and his thoughts about them.
The reader gets to read about his life starting from a small town in Rameshwaram to becoming a scientist, and lastly, one of the presidents of India.
His journey is no less than exciting, and a testament to India's rising in space and technology field.
However, I was baffled when I realized at the end that he didn't mention anything about India building its first satellite Aryabhata. Of cour..more
Dec 28, 2018Juhi rated it liked it · review of another edition
I liked this book. I wanted to like it more to be honest. I absolutely love the personality of Dr. Kalam and was teary eyed to hear of his death. This is his autobiography and I heard it as an udiobook on storytel narrated by Girish Karnad. At 180 pages, and audio length of less than 2 hours, I went through it fairly quickly.
I would have liked more depth and details from Dr. Kalam. That's my only issue with the book.
I hope everyone gets to know what a great man he was.
Mar 07, 2018Jayant Pant rated it liked it · review of another edition
We have heard of him. We have seen people going all praises for him. Once you've read this book, you learn that your former President was worth all the sensation around him. You realize that no matter how left-behind you have been feeling till now, you are no different than the exceptional person you've read about lately. The book is truly inspirational.
Mar 21, 2019Adnan Kaiser rated it liked it · review of another edition
I bought this book for knowing about a legend's life and how he overcame the adversities of life. I DIDN'T BUY THIS BOOK TO KNOW THE DISGUSTING TOPICS OF AERODYNAMICS AND ROCKETRY OF WHICH EVENTUALLY WENT OVER MY HEAD.
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