Sourav Ganguly, the former Indian Captain, and affably called Dada speaks his heart out in his latest book “A century is not enough”. Widely acclaimed and sold we went through the online media to find out what the readers have to say about the book.
Nishant Bhasin on Amazon writes,
Fighter and leader
Sourav Ganguly is undoubtedly our generations’s first fearless leader who made India , team India. In this books he gets candid, as he has always been , very easy to read and lots we can learn from him. How to stay motivated how to push your team and get best results out. How to come back, how to stay strong…There are lots of how it’s in this book which are simple, powerful and practical. Thank you Dada, love you always.
Finished reading #acenturyisnotenough. Reminiscing about the era of @SGanguly99. True to his personality type, no words were minced, nobody was spared. But that's how goes about things, that's what he knows. No other captain has had such an impact on Indian cricket. #Dada
— Harshil Dalal (@harshiljee) April 18, 2018
Here is a glimpse of Anik Saha‘s review on Amazon,
A Born Leader on and off the field
Brilliantly written, one can visualize the events described happening before your eyes. Must read for everyone who wishes to be a fighter in life, having a never say die attitude. Sourav shares many of his life’s advice on how to have a positive outlook towards life, how to deal with challenging situations, how to turn around the tables and put every effort to win your fight. Through his experiences on and off the field, he has shared many valuable life experiences…. Read More
Srivatsan V’s review on Goodreads says,
A page turner and a fascinating autobiography of ex Captain Sourav Ganguly. an insightful book on his journey as a cricketer and his success and struggles in cricket. worth reading. after hitting centuries in test debut, Dada hits another debut century this time in the field of writing
— Uttam Dutta (@uttamknights) April 18, 2018
On Goodreads , Vibhor says,
Really liked this book. Ganguly in his typical fashion has written a no holds barred memoir of his cricketing career. It was interesting to know what he went through all those years. It was truly a roller coaster ride as the name of the book suggests. A big salute to him for all his contribution to Indian cricket.