Broken crayons can still colour

Thank you Captain Rakesh Walia for the review copy.


Starting out life as a child labourer to reaching the hallowed annals of the Indian Army, and today, as the CAO of an international corporate, this book is an honest account of a man unbounded, who broke the shackles of his circumstances to be the maker of his own destiny. Captain Walia hopes that his autobiography will serve as an inspiration to the youth and help them to envision a life less ordinary.


  • Really interesting cover and attractive title.
  • Motivational and inspirational to the utmost level.
  • Lucid language.
  • Simple vocabulary.
  • Concise and crisp blurb as well as the book.
  • Must read for everyone.

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Book link

Broken Crayons Can Still Colour: A Soldier and a Fighter


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