Rating: 4 out of 5

I’m a recent returner to running, and had a few kindle samples knocking around of books I’d stumbled across - often recommendations from magazines, or other articles. A lot of the books are very “how I beat the record for x or y” but this was much more in line with my thinking. Running is good for me - physically and mentally. I’m never going to win any races - I don’t have the commitment to strength training for a start - so it was great to read a book full of positivity about running races but from a social perspective.

Originally posted to my Goodreads account