Unbreakable: An Autobiography is the life story of Mary Kom, one of the greatest boxers of all time. She is the five-time winner of the World Boxing Championship, and in this tell-all autobiography Mary chronicles her love and passion for boxing and the numerous hurdles she had to overcome to reach where she is today! read more...
In the book, Mary reflects on her journey to becoming one of the best women boxers in the world. Born to parents who were landless agricultural laborers in Manipur in North East India, she was immensely inspired by the Manipuri boxer Dingko Singh’s success story. She had started with her training under the Manipur state boxing coach at Imphal. With a childhood of hard labor and a strong background of athleticism, Mary was physically ready for the arduous training sessions and the difficult journey ahead of her. She trained relentlessly with only one dream to rescue her family from the dredges of poverty and a miserable life. Mary Kom also wries about her extremely difficult childhood and the various obstacles she had to face that made her the person she is. She also writes about the discrimination she faced in the male world of boxing and how is held her own and emerged victorious. Mary mentions about her bronze medal at the Olympics, her children and family. She further writes about her personal life, meeting her husband, Onler. The book is truly inspirational about a woman’s journey in a man’s world and eventually emerging out a winner. read less...
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