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I think this book has something for everyone, whether you're a new runner or seasoned marathoner.
This is a book much like "Tuesday's With Morrie" that I will refer back to from time to time to put life - and running - in perspective.
Amby shared thoughts and philosophies that made me laugh, put the book down to do my own reflection and even brought me to tears.
I am an avid runner who travels regularly and purchased this looking for a good read on a long plane flight. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dan B
Amby Burfoot was the winner of the 1968 Boston Marathon. He started his athletic life as a bench warmer on his school basketball team. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christine L. Wodke
too simplistic. but maybe I was expecting something the book is not designed to deliver.
I love running in a similar way the author does, so I cannot give less stars.
I could not get this book in south Africa.It is a philosophical book which make you think deep. I willrecommend it to friends>Published 11 months ago by philip nieuwoudt
I'm only about halfway into the book and I can't put it down! Burfoot provides such a different perspective on running, that it should be required reading for every runner.Published 12 months ago by KMK
Amby is one heck of a writer! His style is simple, yet profound! Anyone who is trying to understand the puzzle of Life, needs to read Amby's book. Read it in 2 hours! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Roberto Rosales
Best running book I've ever read very inspirational and motivational! Amby is a great author I would definitely recommend this bookPublished 13 months ago by CLN
I find running to be an excellent metaphor for many parts of life, and apparently so does Amby Burfoot. This was a nice, quick read that makes me say "yeah, that's right. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer