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The follow-up to the ABIA award-winning, international bestselling sensation Penguin Bloom.
The heart-warming Australian story Penguin Bloom - the miraculous tale of a baby magpie that helped save a young mother and her family - is a homegrown and international bestseller; soon to be a major Hollywood movie, starring Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln. Sam's personal message at the end of the book has resonated powerfully with readers - where, pulling no punches, she writes about what it is really like to face life in a wheelchair.
In Sam Bloom, Sam tells her own story for the first time - how a shy but determined Australian girl became a nurse and travelled across Africa. How she fell in love with a like-minded free spirit, raised three boys and built a life together on Sydney's Northern Beaches. And then, in a single horrific moment, how everything changed. Sam's journey back from the edge of death and the depths of despair is so much more than an account of overcoming adversity. Sam's captivating true story - written by close friend, New York Times bestselling author Bradley Trevor Greive, and featuring extraordinary photographs taken by Sam's husband, Cameron Bloom - is humbling, heartbreaking and uplifting in equal measure. A triumph of raw emotion and incredible beauty, Sam Bloom: Heartache & Birdsong is a truly unforgettable book.
Penguin Bloom is soon to be a major motion picture starring Naomi Watts, Andrew Lincoln, Jacki Weaver and Rachel House.
About the Authors
Samantha Bloom is a surfer, adventure traveller, neurology nurse and mother of three boys. She was paralysed in an accident in Thailand in 2013 and is the subject of the international bestselling book, Penguin Bloom.
Cameron Bloom began his career as a surf photographer at the age of 15. Since then his editorial and travel images have featured in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and The New York Times.
Bradley Trevor Greive Am became a global publishing sensation after the release of The Blue Day Book in 2000 which has sold more than 30 million books in 115 countries. In 2014 BTG was awarded the Order of Australia for his service to literature and wildlife conservation.