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10 thoughts on “The Looniness of the Long Distance Runner

  1. says:

    I honestly read the title The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner until I was about a third of the way into it Had I realized it was a humorous book about marathon running written by a Londoner I would have read it much sooner Funny it was kept me snickering all the way through I'd be able to give this a much higher recommendation if the author hadn't beat MY marathon PR in his first race Jeez


  2. says:

    Well written but the guy's a Brit so's that's not unexpected A tad in the my poor pathetic life genre but the chapter on the history of the marathon is excellent


  3. says:

    This is a HILARIOUS book about distance runningOpening line of the book This all came about because I got drunkNeed I say ?


  4. says:

    This is a book written by an out of shape man approaching 40 as he prepares to run the NYC marathon I read it because I'm pretty much in the same situation though right row I'm focused on a 5k not a marathon It was interesting to read about his training routine and challenges though the descriptions of the races got a bit tedious each race filled an entire chapter and read pretty much like the previous race chapters struggling to find the starting line; overcoming the mental and physical pains of racing; views along the way which is mostly other runners; the letdown of the finish line The only difficult part in the reading was that this was written by a Brit for the UK market so he goes to no effort to explain his collouialisms or his soccer rugby and cricket analogies so at times the book left me feeling Ike a foreigner with no travel guide But mostly it was a fun if not a bit fluffy and prone to cynicism read


  5. says:

    Finally to finish up the running portion of the recommendations this is a hilarious book about a man’s attempt to get in shape for the New York Marathon It’s full of strange races such as one where participants run an out and back course while racing a train and the book is laced with humor that runners will love


  6. says:

    Well written and funny this account of one Londoner's path to the New York Marathon is both informative witty and inspiring Really makes you want to get out there and run A must for any marathon runner I should imagine Tore through it in a few days


  7. says:

    I liked it It didn't grab me at first but the last few chapters brought many chuckles laughs and guffaws An unabashedly British humor carries the text though and that alone made it worth reading


  8. says:

    Great book Anyone who has trained or wants to train for a marathon should read it I read it while I was training for the Cincinnati Marathon and found it inspiring hysterical and accurate


  9. says:

    Thoroughly entertaining and made me want to grab my running shoes immediately


  10. says:

    I laughed a lot while reading this one