Temujin, who is, of course, the main character. His childhood and early life were especially fascinating.
I bought this book to listen to for the educational value, but it ended up being very entertaining and fun to listen to.
A lot of people have criticized this book as being "self-glorifying," but I completely disagree. The book was very human, and it is easy for the reader to relate to Dean.
This book did have some good moments and interesting running information. However, the book was overall a little boring and contained a lot of liberal politicizing. I also didn't like the way the author keeps subtly attacking Born to Run and barefoot running.
I love running and have read a lot of books on running, and this is one of the very worst ever.
This book is not about what women want. It is about what perverted women want, and the author wants people to think this is normal.
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