Kids of 90s can never forget the Kargil war. It was an atmosphere of trepidation and Kargil Diwas marked jubilation. The Kargil Vijay Diwas, which recently passed, was tour de force, an achievement that is unforgettable. Having read Vijyant at Kargil in August I was looking forward to The Kargil Girl which is a story of Flight lieutenant Gunjan Saxena.

The book follows a fictional format at an even pace. The writing of the authors is understandable. And the narrative goes to and fro in time.
It shows us the life of young Gunjan Saxena and her hardwork to get into the Indian Air Force. We see how the lessons learned at a young age from her father helps Gunjan jump the hurdles she faces during the entrance in the Academy and during the training.

This book for me was more about the reflections of a father and how he helps Gunjan every step of the way by being an inspirational role model and via his empowering words. These anecdotes from Gunjan Saxena’s childhood will stay with me.

Overall, this one is a good one time read.

Rating – ⭐⭐⭐
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