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No Limits: The Will to Succeed

by Michael Phelps

Other authors: Alan Abrahamson

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Nice Biography on the greatest swimmer and Olympian of all time. This takes you thru Michaels entire career, all his races and his thoughts, strategies. I was expecting this book to be more motivational than it is. Also the details of hundreds of races and the times can get a little boring unless you are a swimming competitor. Micheal does come clean on his DUI arrest and I was inspired about his relationship with a young boy with cancer. Overall it's interesting. I wish it had the results ogf the 2012 London Olympics. ( )
  realbigcat | Nov 2, 2012 |
In his first post-2008 Beijing Olympics book, Michael Phelps opens up to fans about his childhood, swimming, his training schedule, and more. ( )
  06nwingert | May 29, 2009 |
I really enjoyed this book. It was all about Michael Phelps journey to the Olympics. He began training at the age of 11. It told about his training and sacrifies. The format was choppy and the writing could have been better. ( )
1 vote wirtley | Feb 11, 2009 |
A thrilling book that will show you how to reach your dreams. He talks about his life before and at the olympic games showing that there are no limits in what you want to achieve. A great read that will have you gripping to succeed

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1 vote okmliteracy8 | Feb 3, 2009 |
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This inspirational memoir by Olympic medalist Michael Phelps gives readers an up-close view of the swimming champion's record-breaking performance at the Beijing Games.

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