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Will reasonate with ageing endurance athletes,
This review is from: What I Talk About When I Talk About Running (Paperback)
This is a slightly strange book, as it is not a detailed training record, not an autobiography and does not contain any particularly profound "life lessons". But it is an easy read and does give some insight into the man, the writer and the part time athlete and those of us who "enjoy" endurance sports but are past our best will empathise with some of his thought processes.
It is somewhat disjointed and probably a little self indulgent, but it has prompted me to order "Kafka on the shore" to see what his novels are like.