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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!
This book describes exactly the feeling I have as runner. There are really no flaws in the book. I would highly recommend it to any serious runner or anyone who has ever wondered... Read morePublished 57 minutes ago by Jimmy Shultz
His book is heart wrenching. It captures the experience of pain and running like none other. A little over wrought, but what hung straining to be about perfection is not?Published 11 days ago by B. michael Payne
The protagonist is an elite collegiate runner. I was a pretty good high school runner many years ago. Read morePublished 20 days ago by ABC
I was delighted that I stumbled on this treasure. Anybody who has ever been part of a cross-country team or a distance track runner in high school or collage can identify with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason Page
If you have never read it, and you are a runner, read it. This my second reading after five or six years left me less charmed.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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 1 month ago by jeriann severson