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Out of My Comfort Zone: The Autobiography by Steve Waugh

By: Rex Inego | May 27, 2009 05:47 AM

This revealing Out of My Comfort Zone: The Autobiography by Steve Waugh is a frank look in to the unique life of him on and off the field and opens up on the personal life to reveal the controversies, scandals, clashes with other players, media and cricket fields.

The photographs included in the book are unique in many ways and many of them are taken by Waugh himself. With better insight in to his personal relationships with many leading players and his wife and brother, it is the rapport he has with fellow players and mates.

This paper back with 802 pages in English is available in dimensions of 22.8 x 15.2 x 5.6 cm.

Pros: A motivational book that gives a complete insight into the life of the leader in Cricket field with detailed in-depth recounting of events and scores, his personal and professional life and the relationships he had plus his versions of the controversies concerned.

cons: A strange reticence about his twin brother Mark and the extreme length with tendency to end in self-justification.

conclusion: The readers are given a thorough insight into the life of this captain of Australian team who has pioneered many victories. Complete with his personal and professional life, his stake on every controversy and superb pictures many of which are taken by himself, it leaves us with conclusion that it is the undying family support which helped in shaping his destiny giving him all the courage, grit and ability.

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