Former Indian batsman maestro V.V.S. Laxman’s autobiography named 281 and Beyond, will be published on November 20.
Westland Publications announced the release of the former cricketer’s autobiography on Monday.
“It (writing the book) was an emotional journey that left me drained at the end of each session. Several incidents that I had all but forgotten suddenly sprang back into memory as I relived my life in great detail. it was also great fun,” Laxman said.
The Hyderabadi said the book will give “honest and frank” account of his journey, but won’t reveal any “dressing room secrets” “I have been honest and frank, and shared the experiences that have made me the person I am. Without revealing dressing -room secrets, I tried to offer a peek into the psyche of its most celebrated sons,” he added.
Laxman announced his retirement from international cricket in 2012, after playing in 134 Tests, scoring 8,781 runs at an average of 45.97, hitting 17 centuries and 56 half centuries.
He also played in 86 ODls, scoring 2,338 runs at an average of 30.76.
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