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    Inspiring book

    Which is the most inspiring autobiography of cricket player?

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    I think Dave Warner’s Kaboom Kid series probably has what you’re looking for.
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    Dunno about inspiring but Harold Larwood by Duncan Hamilton and Mystery Spinner (Jack Iverson) by Gideon Haigh were two books I enjoyed immensely, moreso to do with the parts there weren't actually about cricket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hill View Post
    Dunno about inspiring but Harold Larwood by Duncan Hamilton and Mystery Spinner (Jack Iverson) by Gideon Haigh were two books I enjoyed immensely, moreso to do with the parts there weren't actually about cricket.
    Do you know what an autobiography is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a massive zebra View Post
    Do you know what an autobiography is?
    It's one of those things I always have to google...autobiography or biography. Sorry.

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    "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl. Worth reading at least once.
    He was an Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist, and survivor of the Holocaust after having been imprisioned in Auschwitz, Dachau, and others. My son was assigned the book at a local private high school.

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    If were going general inspiring, I picked up a copy of Sir Edmund Hillarys autobiography in a charity shop last week, I expect that to be rather motivating.
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    I know there are several, and there may be stories more inspirational to others, but my pick would be:
    “Rawalpindi Express”, The Ace of Pace - Shoaib Akhtar!
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    Quote Originally Posted by burgey View Post
    i think published author dave warner’s kaboom kid series probably has what you’re looking for.
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