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Exactly how I feel when I run alone. It's amazing how we all feel the same or at least to a certain extentPublished 21 days ago by Michael Jason Tee
Very boring and shallow. No single original or inspiring thought. I hear Murakami has been considered many times for Nobel Prize. Seriously?Published 1 month ago by Chris
This is the first non-fiction of Murakami that I've read, and I enjoyed it so much I read it in one sitting (granted on a long train ride). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jesse Gibbs
I read somewhere once that a good book and a good author can find ways to verbalize emotions and feelings in a way that you aren't able to. Read morePublished 2 months ago by sns1102
Enjoyable mostly. Some stretches are less interesting and engaging than others, but overall I enjoyed itPublished 2 months ago by Jake B
This book is truly awesome. Not many writers can describe running so you can virtually feel as you run with them. The book is deep, inspiring and very amusing.Published 2 months ago by Pavel Gubarev
Great book, I'm a runner and I can identify my self while reading this book! I guess we are all the same!Published 2 months ago by Rlomeli88
I enjoy Murakami's fiction; this was a different side. Similar pacing and writing, but the content is more personal. Read morePublished 3 months ago by hw
Though this was not Murakami's intent for writing the book, reading this did boost my enthusiasm for running. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michelle