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I highly recommend this good read for serious runners.
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.
As such, I am very much a Murakami enthusiast, and it has been said that this book is particularly for people like me.
"Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional." This is not a book about running, it's about life. Mr. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Forrest
Reading What I Talk About When I Talk About Running, I was reminded of a bit that comedian Daniel Tosh used to do, where he'd get increasingly specific with a joke until only one... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mike Williams
The everyday of the runners life described by an outstanding and gifted writer and runner.Published 28 days ago by Salvador Fandino
It is one of the most honest books I've read. A really good read for all runners. Makes you think.Published 1 month ago by Suyash
So this book spoke to my heart, to what i feel every day while training, to my inner self trying to become a better person through running.Published 1 month ago by Jose E. R. Rodriguez
Got more out of this than I expected to; it's not just for fellow runners. Murakami touches on aging, his mid-life transformation from jazz club owner to runner–novelist, and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nathan W
It was a great read for me, as a fellow long distance runner and I got some good lessons from it.Published 1 month ago by Ron Blume
As a major fan of Haruki Murakami, I was delighted to get to read a semi-autobiographical novel about him, his personal discipline, his view of life, his enthusiasm for simply... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristina Jones