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In Once a Runner, John L. Parker, Jr. masterfully captures the collegiate running experience while following his main character Quenton Cassidy.
Some parts of the book dragged on for awhile and other parts seem to be irrelevant but as the story unfolds each detailed piece of information is important.
One day I will run that 5K and when I feel like quitting I will pick up this book and think of my fellow runners pounding the pavement and keep going!
If you have a love for running, you will love Quentin Cassidy. Fantastic story,interesting characters and a race scene to send your heart pitterpatter.Published 2 days ago by jeriann severson
Cult classic amongst runners. As a former college runner, I thought this book did an excellent job of capturing the competitive running experiences. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Christopher Ogle
Took me a while to get into this book. So glad I stuck with it, turned out to be a great read!Published 10 days ago by Lea D. Rumbolo
This book is the equivalent "Rocky" story for runners.
Sure, it may not have the most flawless execution in terms of story and character building, but it does a great... Read more
I'd like to credit Mr. Parker's Once a Runner as one of the many influences thrusting me into my writing career. Read morePublished 20 days ago by John Hope
A book only a runner could appreciate. Anyone who has competed in track or road races will understand the dynamics of this book. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Cheryl L Hamilton