Yup, but only since I don't like reading
There were quite a few throughout the book. I don't know much about american politics but quite enjoyed his account of his years spent as governor. Also enjoyed how he talked about body building and the physical requirements. There are a few funny stories too!
Arnold of course.
Same as the title.
Yes definitely. I don't feel like I could take in all the information in one go! It gets dry at some points, but I feel that it would be important to still make the effort to pay attention.
The content and explanations are quite good.
Nope. But he seems to do a decent job.
Well other than you pretty much decide you probably should turn vegan..
I'd cut out a bunch of his random stories. Many of them were quite dull and appeared to have little significance.
Very possibly not. William Shatner appeared quite full of himself, and even though he was telling the stories, the way he talked about himself made him sound a bit self involved. He often felt the need to dispute horrible things people had said or felt against him, giving the impression that there was something causing it to begin with,
Maybe. The audio for this book would be loud one minute then become very very quiet, that I could not understand what was said even when the volume was up full blast. I have the feeling it was the way Shatner spoke, however you'd think someone producing this could have easily fixed the problem.
Up near the top for sure. The narrator is fantastic & the book has got a great mix of highs, lows, funny bits, sad bits and so on that make it really easy to keep listening.
I loved the stories behind the music. What was going on in their lives when they were doing which shows. Anthony Keidis very unconventional childhood is interesting, as is his continued functioning as a musician to such a high level, whilst leading such a dysfunctional long time drug interest!
Never, but this one was fantastic!
No idea, but I would love them to make a film!
I'm just not sure that it was written that well, or perhaps the abridged version made it seem that way. Perhaps a different reader may have made it more catching.
Perhaps not. I really had difficulty getting into this book.
His voice is very sexy but as a reader it was not very catching and had more the effect of a relaxation tape. I would end up just zoning right out.
Honestly i had a hard time remembering actually what went on in this book, since i pretty much fell asleep most times I listened to it.
Yes I would, but with a few warnings. I liked the journey part of the story. However I felt there was quite a bit of dysfunctional grieving, explicit references to sex, and a terrible story about killing a horse that I could not listen to.
I've not read any of her other books.
I enjoyed her stories of other hikers along the trail.
A few laughs here and there. Definitely cried! Was pretty traumatised by the horse story, I had to skip ahead.
I felt the book was typical of many teenagers that I know, over analytical, using big descriptive words about basic things to make themselves sound important. I did enjoy it in the end, but for large parts I felt disinterested & easily tuned out.
I think so.
Well I felt myself tuning out quite a bit, and was just keen to get it finished and out of the way rather than enjoying being involved in the book.
Probably not. The book was a bit all over the place. The guy Vinnie is obviously a great dude. I'd recommend this book for novices to health and fitness.
There was no real ending really, since there was no continuing story line. It was multiple little stories all tied in together.
He does some personal commentary that's not in the book. He seems to have a lot to say, and would probably be really good to talk to 1-1. But for the book style it can kind of be a bit off topic at times.
I could see it being a great TV reality series with Vinnie training a variety of people from complete novice to amateur athlete.
Yup! but I just love audio books better in general!
If you like Eat and Run you would probably really like Born to Run. It's kind of different though since Eat and Run is an autobiography, Born to Run is a number of autobiographical & biographical stories in one.
A bit harsh, took a bit of getting used to.
If you have 8 hours maybe
Great informative book for any runner interested in distance running.
Have already done so! It's got lots of great information about running & nutrition!
I liked it for all the practical tips I got out of it. It had a lot of 'think more about this' stuff in there. Even if you don't choose to take it all for gospel, it's good to have a think about. Also there were so many inspiring stories throughout the book.
I liked Jenn Shelton.. due to she was younger, funny and relatable.
Why go barefoot?
Sometimes I felt it a bit hard to concentrate when the book jumps quickly from story to story. But could have just been me.
I loved how inspirational it was and I learnt a lot about running and nutrition.
It was easy to relate to, even if you're not an ultra or even marathon runner. I liked getting running and training tips from the book. I like how he describes how he thinks about running at the beginning and then how that changes compared to (now) when he knows a lot more.
Rich Roll.. main and pretty much only character.
No crying, but there were a few laughs here and there.
This book is part autobiography, but also a good introduction to plant based and nutrition diet introduction and manual.
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