Unbearable Is, an autobiography is the story of real David who on Goliath in the boxing ring.
Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom the queen of Indian boxing a five time world champion opens her life towards the reader, about her past, her birth, childhood, and struggle as a boxer and her achievement as a boxer
A person from one of the backward region of India, born to landless agricultural labourer clearly tells the reader that nothing is impossible only what is needed is trying of it and prays for it.
The book which is well organized provide the reader about social economical and political condition of manipuras well as how is had to struggle due to cold war between different organization. M C Mary Kom had to suffer a lot in her life as clearly mention in the book and from where she was able to reach the present level.
The book gave a detail and clear descriptive narration about beginning of her boxing career .The biography mainly stresses on Mary’s growth as world no 1 women boxer.
Overall the book can be considered as a good autobiography. A highly inspiring book to all those who read it with its clear and simple language this book allow reader from any age to go through the book getting involved in it ,without any trouble.
A word to mention about the author the boxer from India who show that whatever age, gender, height ,family condition or anything else there is nothing is a barrier in front of a strong desire to win not giving until the goal is achieved ,working for it every second in life.
MC Mary Kom Your truly magnificent, a great motivation to all.
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A Short Bio sketch about MC Mary Kom
MC Mary Kom, her full name is Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom. She is an Indian Boxer
She was born on 1 march 1983 at Kangathei in Manipur. She is active in boxing, her medal list include an Olympic bronze which she get in 2012 London Olympic in Flyweight (51kg) category. Also she is five time champion in Women's World Amateur Boxing Championships
Along with it she has got gold in 2014 Incheon Asian Game, she was the first Indian women boxer to get a gold medal in Asian Game.
About her personal life she is married to Karun Osler Kom and she have three sons.