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Still the writing and the lessons in the book can translate to pretty much anything.
Who doesn't run but loves Murakami Haruki's books, also must read it, because this is a very interesting occasion to know the writer personally.
It's inspiring, it's a quick read, and it makes me desperately want to get back on the road running.
Different from his fiction, but wonderfully inspirational, I listened to it while taking my daily walk.Published 3 days ago by Elli
I enjoyed this book. Its a light and easy read, but has a way of pulling you in.Published 11 days ago by Tyler Bedingfield
WHAT I TALK ABOUT WHEN I TALK ABOUT RUNNING
Me running together with Murakami
This is a very special kind of book. Read more
For me this book illustrates perfectly the saying "is not what you take form the book, but what the book takes from you"... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jmrconcept
Realizing Murakami likely wasn't trying to create anything if laying literary merit, I was able to enjoy the bits of wisdom and insight peppering his memoir. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason M Noll
Haruki Murakami leaves a certain literary footprint. His stories are dreamlike but not vague, understated but don't leave the reader confused. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suyo
Murakami is one of my favorite writers for good reason. I currently have ALL his translated English works in my collection. I've read them each at least four times. Great buy.Published 1 month ago by Osiris
Murakami knows what he's talking about when he writes about running. As a new runner I'm so glad I started my running readings with this honest and well written memoir. Read morePublished 1 month ago by maz