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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.
I've read four Murakami novels and I enjoyed three of them immensely. For help in calibrating my review, I enjoyed these novels:
- After Dark
- The Wind-up Bird... Read more
This book is not for everyone, but I really enjoyed it because I started to read it when I started running on a regular basis, and the author's thoughts echoed my own. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Anushka Mangharam
I find Haruki Murakamis writing quite enlightening and easy to read.He comes across as a human who never ceases to amaze whether it was his time in life to run a Jazz bar and... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Helen Wan
Recommended by a friend. An aimless collection of stories that is neither interesting nor inspiring.Published 28 days ago by JK
This book was nice to read and the author puts words on many things you think and feel when running, but it is not so much about running...Published 1 month ago by Trond G. Andersen
Very easily written book. As the author said, it's not a biography or a memoir. It's just collection of thoughts while running. Very aptly titled.Published 1 month ago by Pennypincher
It's not a book about how to become a runner, but about what it feels like to be a runner. Haruki is novelist too, so he doesn't just tell us his story, but he beautifully... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shreef
I liked that is a short story, and is really easy to read. Additionally, i found many similarities with my running habits so i like that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jonathan Franco
Different from his fiction, but wonderfully inspirational, I listened to it while taking my daily walk.Published 1 month ago by Elli