The best part of this book, however, is not the story or the accomplishments, but the attitude. It's very difficult to read this book without being inspired. When I was younger, I read "Anne of Green Gables" whenever I wanted to remind myself that hard work and dedication can make all sorts of things possible. "No One's Perfect" has the same message and the same kind of inspiration.
The only reason I gave this book 4 stars instead of 5 was that, like some other reviewers, I was hoping for more emotional insight. In some ways, the story is a little too abstract, and I'd like to know how the author FELT, since I know that most of the time, my situation cannot be completely expressed in logical thoughts alone.
It's reader's friendly, even a child picking up the book will read it without much difficulty.
a must-read for anyone who thinks that life is unfair for them and sits at home, grumbling abt how unfruitful their life is. Oto shows that how happy your life is depends on your attitude, it has nothing to do with whether you had legs and arms or not.
simply adore him! *applause*