Johnathan Thurston is widely regarded as rugby league's greatest player. This autobiography will follow Thurston's journey from a Brisbane kid who was written off as too skinny, too slow and too wild to play professionally, to his debut with the Canterbury Bulldogs in 2003, to State of Origin star, to Dally M and Clive Churchill Medal winner, and the fairytale premierships.
- Publication Date:
- 18 / 10 / 2018
- 156 x 235mm
In this biography you find out how a young kid who was told he was to slow to play Rubgy League, ended up becoming one of the all time greats of the game. Jonathan's story showcases how even though he fell on some very difficult times, his determination to succeed and make a better life for himself and his family helped him through those times and to become the legend he is today. You can feel the passion JT has for the game of Rugby League all throughout the book, and I highly recommend anyone who follows the game to read this - Amanda (QBD)
Melinda , 22/01/2019