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I found this book very interesting and informative as we get a look into both her mind and great history in running.Published 28 days ago by Jesper M. L. C.
I was a newbie runner in 2012, and when I first took it up, I decided to read some memoirs of great runners, for inspiration and information. Read morePublished 4 months ago by StephTheBookworm
I wanted more information more details more secrets... But I'm glad I have her to follow. I need more woman heroes.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
You'd think 26 miles and 385 yards would be enough.
You'd think an event that can take as many as four or five hours -- the time length of a relatively typical marathon... Read more
I just could not enjoy this book. The writing style was boring. I love reading about ultra-runners and this ranks at the bottom of the list. Read morePublished 21 months ago by J. Elay
First-hand account of the life and thoughts of one of the fastest and toughest racers in the world. I applaud Pam's action plan to raise the cause of American racers and garner... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Patricia C. Winiecki
I read this book hoping to get some inspiration from a female endurance athlete. Instead, I came away with the impression that Pam Reed wrote this book to make us feel sorry for... Read morePublished 22 months ago by hanjes
I tried very hard to read this book and tried very hard to like the author. In the end, I failed at both. Pam Reed is a gifted athlete, there is no question about that. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by M. Cheng