The book is easy to listen to and parallels a lot of idolizing of Mr. Koufax. The writing is wonderful. Having Charlie Steiner narrate the book is pure genius. Charlie is great talking about sports. Getting to listen to him for an extended period is great. I know, overuse of the word
The NYC Marathon is a great race. The book conveys a lot of what is great about the race. However, narrator seems to have issues with some works (e.g., St. Moritz, Addis Ababa and chutzpah). I don't know if the writer or editor's listen to the book after it is narrated. My guess is "no." So, the book becomes unintentionally comical due to the narrator rather than the content.
I doubt if I will listen to this again.
Maybe if you have a book about the NYC Marathon, how about a narrator with a New York accent? Or at least someone who can pronounce "chutzpah."
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