Review : Unstoppable

by Rashi Sinha on December 16, 2012

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Author: Nick Vujicic
Publisher: WaterBrook Press
Year: 2012
ISBN:978-0307730886
Rating: ★★★★☆
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There are some books which we read for excitement, some for entertainment, and some for knowledge and there are some books which are written not for our leisure but to inspire us. One of the books that made me look to the new arena of life was unstoppable by Nick Vujicic.

Frankly, I am not at all a non fictional reader, but when I saw the cover of this book- a man with no legs and arms, it strikes me somewhere in my head. I had seen some YouTube video of that man somewhere, it was so familiar. Then it hit me- yes, one of my cousin made me hear one of the session over the internet and I remembered myself quoting the word, “remarkable.”

Life is a cycle of event, if bad things are going in your life, it’s not for eternity but for some time to make you realise you know your real potential or to tell you your real way. This book is all about little life changing stories about the writer himself and some of the person he met in his life. Mainly it tells their hardships and how they overcome from it.

The book clearly and aptly describes it, “Being Unstoppable is about believing and achieving. It’s about having faith in yourself, your talents, your purpose, and most of all in God's great love and His divine plan for your life.”

The most altering story that I read was about a person named Felipe, who used to be the co-host of a television talk show in Chile. His interest in spirituality was sublime but his sudden death makes everything seems minuscule. It tells us we should never be disheartened and lose our faith because we never know when we can be the one to inspire someone.

This book tells in a first person mode which connects the reader to the narrator well. It is like hearing to a live speech from him. The situational upheaval is very normal in everyone’s life but what is most important is to believe in the great power to guide us to our original path.

The best thing about this book is that anyone can relate to it. It is not something which we don’t know, it something which we have forgotten and this reminds us where to look when we are lost.

Overall this is a thought provoking book which encourages everyone who reads it.

Written by Rashi Sinha

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