Wings of Fire: An Autobiography by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (1999) Paperback

Wings of Fire An Autobiography by APJ Abdul Kalam

Book Review: This world is comprising of the various amazing and mostly great creations of the nature, and it is also most important to note that the human beings residing on this earth surface are also the natural beings as such they are also the creation of the nature. And these human beings are provided with the great and most amazing features, where the most important feature in the human body is their brains which are really very sensitive and most powerful too. Thus, human brains can do anything and also the most notable thing is the entire artificial and other things have been made by the human brains only. Such brains have gathered the naturals and other artificial things together and brought many technologies, sciences and other things in present. Moreover, to develop and make the human brains perfect, they need to be inspired with the amazing stories, amazing thoughts and powerful ideas so that they can work easily and with the most powerful way possible. Reading autobiographies and biographies, as such, have become the trend amongst the generations of the present era. It is a strong believe in the human mind that one who reads the doings of the great people will surely turn his way to live like him and as such he may get success on that way. Thus, the present book is about one of the most famous and brilliant person on this earth, Late Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, who was the 11th President of India served as such from the year 2002 to 2007. Moreover, his career was not restricted to the president only, but he had started he career as a most brilliant scientist. A boy of Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu, India had great brain with the amazing thoughts, he too studies in physics and aerospace engineering, and then he was selected as a scientist and science administrator, mainly at the Defence Research and Development Organisation- DRDO and Indian Space Research Organisation- ISRO. As such, a boy from the very hidden village in India was came to be recognise as the Missile Man of India, and it is due to his work on the development of the ballistic Missile and launch vehicle technology.

The present concerned book, Wings of Fire is as such an autobiography of the said great person who lives on this earth. Similar, to the cases of the other autobiographies, the present concerned autobiography is written by Dr.  A P J Abdul Kalam, former President of India and Arun Tiwari. In the said book, Dr. Kalam has examined his early life, efforts, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance which has eventually led him to lead Indian Space Research, Nuclear and Missile programs. It is notable, that Dr. Kalam had started his career after graduating from Aerospace engineering at MIT (Chennai), India, at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, and he was assigned to build a hovercraft prototype. Later, he moved to ISRO and as such helped establish the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre and pioneered the first space launch vehicle program, as said herein above. Moreover, later during the 1900s and early 2000, Dr. Kalam moved to the DRDO to lead the Indian Nuclear Weapons program, with particular successes in thermonuclear weapons development culminating in the operations Smiling Buddha and an ICBM Agni (missile). Thus, the Missile Man of India had a great life experiences and also he was very much inspiring for the Indian as well as, the people from other countries. He is still standing as a best ever modal amongst the many youngsters from around the world.

Thus, the present book is about the most famous personality on this earth, and one should at least read it once to get higher benefits of morals, ideas and thoughts which he would have never heard before. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, being the son of a little- educated boat- owner in said Rameswaram district, Tamil Nadu, had written many inspiring things for the youth, as a dazzling stars. Thus, this book is really very interesting.

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