Finally - the book that cycling fans of Lance Armstrong have been waiting to read!
For much of the book we get the idea that Armstrong's world is one in which nothing can go wrong and everything is above taint and suspicion.
What is very interesting is how hard it seems to be to pin down the subject of the book.
I picked up Lance Armstrong's War from the library on a whim, since it's Tour de France season, and I figured it would be amusing to see how things looked a few years ago. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Piaw Na
Lance's book is a good read regardless of what has recently come to light. I enjoyed reading this one and his other books as well. He is amazing with beating cancer. Read morePublished 10 months ago by G8trzFan
Could an author possibly adore an athlete more than Coyle worshiped Armstrong?
Now the truth has been told, we see the "tells" of a man so in love with himself, he felt... Read more
Love how Daniel Coyle writes and makes this worth reading, after reading 5 books on the Tour and doping, this book kept my interest. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joe Stolfi
I couldn't get through it - it panders to Armstrong and offers no objectivity. The author mentions he submitted his drafts to Armstrong's team ahead of time. Read morePublished 18 months ago by dallasite14
I did like this book. At the time this book was written before everything came down with Lance. You could tell he was not going to speak ill of Lance so made for a good read. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jodi Marie
Once I started, could not put it down.
Author introduces all aspects of bicycle racing dynamically and has the ability of presenting even the more technical aspects clearly... Read more
Quick arrival at a great price. Does the job perfect and the sellers were great to work with. I would buy it agian.Published 23 months ago by casey
Aamzing book. Lance Armstrong is a diabolical character. I was amazed at the lengths he went to to cover his illegal doping activites.Published on December 17, 2012 by sean Glasson