Enjoyable musings on running, but I found the narrator to be arrogant and pompous at times.
really one of the more memorable books I've listened too while running. I enjoyed the author take on his training, races, expectations and how it can all change with age.
I'm a runner and a big fan of Murakami's novels, so I was excited to read this book. It wasn't terrible, but I didn't love it either. He meanders around a number of topics, injects race stories here and there, and does the usual introspection we'd expect, but the book lacks any real point or take-away. I can't recommend it.