I Can, Sir By Pathak - Real, Painful And Unforgettable

The moment a child is born, the parent knit the dreams. The kids, grow up and spend their childhood and youth attempting to reach up to the expectations of their parents.
But often, we parents forget the fact that I made to stand behind the line of life and death, nothing would matter. Come what may, if our heart is not in the right place, nothing could bring you success. On the other hand, if you are emboldened with determination, nothing could break you. I Can Sir, is the autobiography of a boy who faced the storm and came out undeterred with sheer will power.


 Dreams of Rohit:


Rohit is an ordinary boy who set out to fulfil his parents dream to make him an Engineer. But he did the business of bunking classes better than studies. He lost track to the point that his classmates contemplated meeting him in a hospital. As fate would have it, a challenge in his life, gave him what nothing could help him attain - determination and focus in life. 

The book is indeed a painful read, more so since it is an autobiography. I was totally overwhelmed that I could not bring myself to review it as howsoever I tried, I ended up writing how I felt while reading the book.

The author has sincerely started his feelings without pretence. No attempt is made to commercialize the book and the same makes it extraordinary. 

The book is well structured. The lucid narration and grammar that is in place make it all the more endearing. It is a 50-page long novella and can be read in an hour or two but the emotions that it convey could not be imbibed in an hour or two.

I dedicate the book to the fighters whom I personally know. Everyone should read the book to know the value of life and the importance of respecting each other.

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Comments

  1. Looks very inspiring and motivating.

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  2. You said that the book is a painful read, for you and an autobiography.You even added that author made no effort to commercialize the book ... Just then I understood yes the book is going to be much more different that the general autobiography we get to read. Brilliant and soulful review

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  3. Too painful to put it that way, I am not sure I am ready to take it now the way it is. Maybe at some point of time when I am ready to love the pain.

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  4. Great review Rakhi! I'm not sure at this point if I'm really ready to pick up this book..

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  5. For sometime now I just want to read books that bring happiness... so maybe I will pick this up after sometime... a great review as usual

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  6. This book is very much interesting. And really I can feel the emotions from the review that you did Di. For sure this book will be a wonderful read. Will give it a shot ☺️

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