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The historical perspective and reverence that the author showed was great as well.
I bought this book for me and my sister-in-law in 2003 when she and I decided to run the Boston Marathon for the first time.
I strongly recommend this book and think it should almost be a required reading for anyone signing up to run Boston.
After finishing my first Boston Marathon in 2013 (I qualified on my 6th marathon),I found this book and thought it would be an enjoyable read and help me re-live the race... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jeff Wood
The mile by mile breakdown was nice and organized. The historical perspective and reverence that the author showed was great as well.Published 11 months ago by John E Shafer
I loved Michael Connelly"s "26 Miles to Boston." I have read a number of running books lately, but Connelly's book was incredible. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Suzanne R. Meier
A fast and motivating read. For anyone who aspires to run Boston, this book truly depicts what the Boston marathon is: a race like no other.Published on February 5, 2012 by Korzenik
I read this book wondering how the author managed to get into the marathon, since he'd only started his running career 6 months before the marathon and it wasn't until the night... Read morePublished on February 5, 2010 by John Lafayette
26 miles to Boston is verplichte kost voor de gene die de marathon van Boston willen gaan lopen.
Per mijl is aan gegeven wat je te wachten staat. Read more
Not sure this book would appeal as much to those who have not experienced the race personally. A nice light read for any runner though.Published on December 13, 2009 by Dave 1965
When I qualified to run my first Boston Marathon I was given a copy of this book. I had never been to Boston prior to the race. Read morePublished on April 4, 2008 by Alan
This book humanized one of the most famous road races in the world. It was a delight to read and thoroughly entertaining.Published on February 8, 2008 by John W. Potter