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I'm a literally voyeur, and I want to get inside the minds of the authors I read. What better author to learn about than Haruki Murakami, who has persistently haunted and awakened... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Patrick J Russell
I almost could have written this book... if I were as talented a writer as Mr Murakami, of course. As a runner, I related to this book very much, often finding myself nodding or... Read morePublished 16 days ago by E.M.B.
It happens just once or twice in a year (in a fortunate year) that a reader finds an author and thinks, "Oh man, I got to read everything this person ever wrote. Read morePublished 19 days ago by kirtida gautam
I’ve never read a Murakami novel before so I had no idea what to expect from his running memoir. I’d seen it on the bookshelf of a number of runners so as I started training for my... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Stephanie
As a runner and a writer, I was keen to get Murakami's take on the subject. What I discovered was a very personal, humble account of his relationship to his physical self as he... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mia TC
This is one of the best books ever to get you motivated in ANYTHING. I lent this book to two of my friends and they appreciated it a lot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by licoriceleaf
Essentially, this tells me that Murkami, when he's not being inventive and creative, is a running dork. No shame, Murakami.Published 1 month ago by E. Bright
I very much enjoyed reading this delightful memoir. Murakami really speaks to and for runners with his insightful observations on how it feels to participate in races.Published 1 month ago by Iris McIntyre