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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!
One of the best books in a while. The writing is excellent and while I could guess the result, I maintained interested and looked enthusiastically to reading more.Published 5 days ago by Lon
After reading it, I can tell why thus book is one of the most acclaimed running novels ever written. It perfectly outlines the feelings of a great race.Published 5 days ago by Jonathan Breckheimer
This is by far my favorite book. I didn't write a review the first few times I wrote it but feel inclined to do so now. You will not be disappointed.Published 20 days ago by Eric
I recently became absorbed in running and have been scouring the internet for everything I can possibly read about the sport. Read morePublished 26 days ago by C. Hines
I was given a copy in college, that changed me forever. Keeping with tradition, I gave several copies to runners for inspiration. It's timeless. Read morePublished 2 months ago by phyllis shalor
This is a love poem to running, told in 38 chapters. Just your typical Boy meets Race, Boy loses Race, Boy wins Race again story. Or something like that. Read morePublished 2 months ago by thatchick
Enjoyable read, slightly disappointed that the story is fiction and thus the reason for my down grade in stars. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeffrey Popovich