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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.
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 1 month 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 10 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 10 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 11 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 11 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 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good ol' inspiring book about running. A real classic that helps you to get out there and find real meaning.Published 17 months ago by Ricky Pak