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Jonah Lomu Autobiography When Jonah Lomu Trampled Over Tony Underwood In The World Cup Semi Final In 1995, The Greatest Star Rugby Union Has Ever Seen Was Launched On The World His Size And Pace Seemed To Make Him Unstoppable And He Was Still Just 20, Having Only Recently Learned To Play On The Wing How Much Better Would He Get But A Year Later, A Rare And Serious Kidney Disorder Threatened Than His Career He Fought Back, And Continued To Score Tries At A Remarkable Rate.Lomu S Astonishing Story Is Not Just About Tries, But About Adapting To Becoming Rugby S First Superstar Of The Professional Era, A Life Lived In The Spotlight This Is An Extraordinary Tale From An Extraordinary Man.


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10 thoughts on “Jonah Lomu Autobiography

  1. says:

    I challenged myself to read something that had been sitting on my shelf unread It was okay I found it very readable and it covered an interesting time around the start of professional and end of amateur rugby, the start of super rugby and tri nations and some of the early world cup campaigns that we d all rather forget It was interesting because as well as being a star in his own right he played alongside some other greats and y


  2. says:

    I put the Jonah Lomu Autobiography in the Autobiography or biograpy section.I decided to read this because I like rugby and i wanted to read about a famous rugby player so I read it.I liked this because of its stories about how Jonah was trying to get into the big league of rugby union.What i didn t like about it is thaty it was too short and i would like somethinh longer.I learnt that its hard to get into the big league and that


  3. says:

    I loved Jonah s blast onto the rugby field so finding out about the man behind the super star was really interesting I thought it was a very honest book with a matter of fact, down to earth yet jovial tone from a shy, big bloke with amazing physicality To then be stricken down so that a walk across a room to accept an award was almost beyond him must have been devastating There are not many Lomu interviews out there so this book was


  4. says:

    I really loved this book but sad that I had left it until after his passing to finally read it It was great to learnabout Jonah, and the passages from those people who were close to him helped tell the story so well I liked reading about his experiences with th...


  5. says:

    Informative and fascinatingI knew nothing about rugby and little about Jonah This book gives you a chance to feel like you knew him, his family, his struggles and his extraordinary strength His human foibles show but so does his kindness, spirituality, love and sense of humour.


  6. says:

    Inspiring a really good read.I love the man so muchAll the best Jonah, I wish I had had the chance to shake your hand.I love the man so much all the best to you and yours ll.Jonah, you are a star Thanks x


  7. says:

    most people are either strong, big or fast, Jonah was all three such a pity his career was ended by his kidney problems


  8. says:

    Good book, interesting reading, but a little bit too much rugby commentary for this non rugby head


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