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Also available as:eBook - Rs. 250
|Number of Pages||288 Pages|
|Author||Jeffrey Zaslow, Randy Ausch|
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the knowing one
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Aug 12, 2015
"Must Read" doesn't justify describing the beauty of this book
Jun 18, 2015
The Last Lecture
Apr 12, 2015
Amazing book..you will find good lessons for your life....
Mar 18, 2015
Very appropriate title for the subject
Feb 3, 2012
His Last Lecture, your first!It's fascinating how a man who knows that his days on Earth are numbered can actually approach his impending death with such panache! And in the process, he even manages to help the readers set a few ground rules for living life to the fullest. Randy Pausch had it all - be it a lovely family, a neat job, a wonderful life. Everything that a man could ask for! That's why it's hard to digest the cancer's attempt at playing spoilsport. I say attempt because even though cancer was out to put a full-stop on Randy's life, he made sure it served as a comma - not just in his life, but also in the lives… (Expand)
Jan 26, 2012
Give's you a reason to think....!!!!!We all know we have to die, but what if one day you recognize that you have less time than you think and you have lot to do.
Sep 2, 2012
Not a review but a doubt!I seriously doubt the sanity of those who have given this one a single star! A friend of mine gifted me this one on my 23rd birthday! I wish I had read it earlier. A book like The Last Lecture not only inspires you but also gives you a lot of courage and positivity while dealing with life. The quotes, the presentation, The pictures, the feelings made the reading an intense experience. Take a bow Randy Pausch.
Feb 19, 2012
An Introspective Read...Randy Pausch was not a professional writer and this is not just another 'non fiction', 'self-help' book. He was a professor of Computer Science, Human Interaction design at Carnegie Melon university. He has worked with Google, Adobe, EA.
Nov 16, 2012
it's life coz u live it!!!Its not a book ...it's more an experiment by a man keeping grim reapers at bay.
Jul 7, 2012
It tells you how to live ! & not in a preachy way..." Don't tell people how to live. Tell them stories and they'll figure out themselves how to live their own. "
Jan 2, 2014
Truly inspirationalBought this book after watching the last lecture by randy pausch. The book has a lot of chapters and each chapter has a lot of positives in taking
Aug 28, 2012
Heart rapturing book.Just fallen in love with the writer. He is the purest soul you'll ever feel in life. My eyes drenched in tears in many of the episodes. His love was so pure and divine. His purpose of writing this book is not only how to conquer childhood dreams but also giving lessons for his three children in his absence.
May 29, 2012
Caution : This book can change you forever.Its not just a book, its divine and holy and altogether a life changing one. Randy speaks about simple things which in a large picture become so important. There are number of aspects that Randy speaks about and all of which will touch a sensible reader. His strict football coach, the headfake, the credit card episode, a stuffed penguin toy for a failed less profile innovative project all define Randy. Its a book that I have read it again and again, gifted to every friend and relative of mine. In a word - It can change the way you think and change you forever.
Apr 22, 2012
Highly motivational work“The brick walls are not there to stop you. They are only there to check how badly you want the thing behind the wall.” This pretty much sums up the book. Written by Randy Pausch, Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon and a terminal patient of pancreatic cancer, this book entails author’s life story in an inspirational way.