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Bom Bali: Life after Death - ten years on

Andrew Csabi Bom Bali: Life after Death - ten years on

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Andrew Csabi
The Bali bomb blasts on 12th October 2002 killed 202 innocent people, including 88 Australians. This is the remarkable story of one Gold Coast survivor who was enjoying drinks that night with two close friend's right beside where one of the bombs went off - before their lives changed forever. It looks at his life before, during and after the bombing. All prices include Postage and Handling. . . . read more
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"If you have the will to win you will win"

It was Australia's worst civilian disaster.

The Bali bomb blasts on 12th October 2002 killed 202 innocent people, including 88 Australians.

The home-made bombs that shook Paddy's Bar and the Sari Club to their foundations on that night caused a trail of destruction as horrifying as the most atrocious of war scenes. The blast was aimed at foreigners and constituted a terrorist attack on Australia.

This is the remarkable story of one Gold Coast survivor who was enjoying drinks that night with two close friend's right beside where one of the bombs went off - before their lives changed forever. It looks at his life before, during and after the bombing.

Andrew Csabi's story is a miraculous account of survival, courage, mateship and a resilient that brought him from the brink of mortality to being amazingly successful in his personal and business life today.

Ten years after the blast, he has endured haunting physical, emotional and psychological turmoil yet has proven that no matter what the odds, there is light at the end of the tunnel.

And for Andrew Csabi that light shines brighter today than it ever has.

Introduction

Rarely does someone go overseas for a holiday with friends and come back as someone who has survived a terrorist attack and an atrocity whose aftermath resembled an horrendous war zone.

Rarely does someone survive a blast as devastating as the Bali bombing on 12th October 2002 that killed 202 innocent people, including 88 Australians. Andrew Csabi has survived gracefully and admirably. While he continues to deal with his injuries ten years on, he is so thankful to be alive: so thankful to be able to share his story with people and continue to share a drink or two with mates.

He is a true inspiration who moves people to the core with his presence and so often moves them to tears when he speaks of his experiences. He has looked death squarely in the eye and has refused to be beaten.

He has smelled the stench of chemicals and burning flesh, heard the screams and cries for help, seen the tears, the anguish and heartbreak or family members who lost loved ones - many who continue to suffer to this day.

From that moment on, his life would never be the same as it was.

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