Since exploding onto the international rugby stage as a teenager in the mid-1990s, Jonah Lomu has become the most talked-about rugby player in the history of the game.
This is Jonah's story . . . from his early days on the mean streets of South Auckland to the genteelness of taking tea with the Queen, and from Tauranga to Twickenham plying his trade.
Also covered is how he was nearly lost to rugby league after barely one first-class season, how a debilitating illness forced him to completely change his lifestyle, his religious beliefs and how they kept him strong when others may have succumbed, and his legendary feats on the rugby field that propelled him to the top of A-list of international sporting superstars.