I'm a big athletics fan and I've followed Ocsar's races for a number of years, but I realised I knew very little about him. When I saw he had an autobiography out I had to take a look. It was a fascinating read, documenting his parents battle to find the right doctors and course of action to take with his amputation, through his childhood, love of sport and right up to his journey to Beijing and London. I'd urge anyone wanting to know more about him as an athelete to have a read. It's not the longest autobiography, but I think it benefits from that. A great read in the approach to the Paralympic Games, too!