He was rugby's first truly international celebrity and he remains one of the game's greatest heroes. A decade after the publication of his blockbuster autobiography, Jonah Lomu opens up like never before about life after the All Blacks. In this deeply moving, sometimes explosive update to Jonah: My Story, the big man talks candidly of his life and his loves, of reconciliation and betrayal, and of the tragic illness that has been the one constant in his life since he first thundered on to the world's sporting stage. It's 10 years since he played his final match for the All Blacks, but still Jonah Lomu remains the most recognisable rugby face on the planet. In this much awaited update to his 2004 best-selling biography, Jonah talks about the highs and lows of that last decade with candour and honesty. Packed with astonishing revelations, including the split with his long-time manager, the breakdown of his marriage and the deeply moving reconciliation with his father, Jonah is also open about his on-going health problems. He details his brave battle with nephrotic syndrome, which eventually led to a kidney transplant and talks about his current health situation, which sees him again in complete renal failure and requiring a second transplant. Despite the cruel hand Jonah Lomu has been dealt, he remains cheery and optimistic, sharing the good times along with the bad ? including his joy at becoming a father and how his two young sons have helped save him from the 'dark times?.
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About the Author
Jonah Lomu is an international rugby superstar. He burst onto the international rugby scene during the 1994 Hong Kong Sevens tournament. He was one of the top players at the 1995 World Cup in South Africa and he is the Rugby World Cup all-time top try scorer with 15 tries.