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Andrew Johns: The Two of Me by [Cadigan, Neil, Johns, Andrew]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3125 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (1 Mar. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003EY7IM2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #360,240 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
Absolutely brilliant! The love of the greatest game in the world and the passion for rugby league flows through this book along with the sadness and heartbreak. I loved watching Johns play and cannot believe what he has been through in order to give us, the fans, such fantastic memories. I'e always admired him but after reading this I think the guy is on another level. He has made many mistakes, but owns up to them and this book is written with such intensity I could not bear to put it down. Definitely the best sports biography I have ever read, this is why I have written this review. If you buy one book this decade, make it this one!
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Wow, where to start? You think that in watching Joey Johns play rugby (footy) for all these years that you know the bloke. You get the feeling he is a happy go lucky chap with his life bouncing along without a care in the world, until you read his book. Its narrative is superb, fast flowing and most of all emotional. It will leave you open mouthed as you read Andrews story of perhaps the greatest rugby player of all time. And the heartache that accompanied it every step of the way. Awesome.
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Bought this book as a gift for a friend's 90th birthday and this is his review after reading it.
"When a Rugby League player is stretchered off the field the spectators realise that he has sustained a serious injury and he receives a sympathetic round of applause as he is carried off. In his autobiography Andrew Johns suffered some horrific injuries in the course of his career necessitating hospitalisation and the hard grind to get back to physical fitness. Not only had he to contend with this but also an undiagnosed Bipolar disease which both puzzled and embarrassed those close to him at his erratic behaviour. By being such an outstanding player he was continually under the spotlight of the media. It speaks volumes for the man showing sheer courage and determination to become a living legend in Rugby League football, the toughest bodily contact sport, under such enormous pressure. It is a great pity we did not, apart from a brief appearance at Warrington, see much of him in England. I thoroughly recommend this book to any follower of Rugby League."
Maurice Newey, Merseyside.
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A must read for all rugby league fans and sports fans alike. He has lead an extraordinary life, and this book allows you to learn so much about him, and what life is like for a world class sportsman.
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Joey Johns possibly the greatest modern day player reveals all.Poignant and heartfelt insight into the real person and the demons he has had to deal with.Having read this i have even more admiration for the man.
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I should have read this when it first came out. The title is apt. It's full of successes and failures both on the field and off. Freakishly talented, giving great insights into how the game was played, the characters, the off field antics but above all the love of his family and in particular his son Samuel and brother Matthew. Very honest. Rivetting read for me from start to finish - especially the time at Warrington.
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