Eat and Run goes great with Born to Run, and it probably doesn't matter which one you read first. There is just enough overlap in each book to tie them together, sometimes talking about the exact same races from different perspectives.
Some reveiws of Eat and Run are critical of the rough language. If you can handle the f-bomb in dialogue then you should be just fine.
This is an outstanding book about a phenomenal endurance athlete. There is a lot of great information about nutrition, training philosophy, race tactics, etc... Great book all around.
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