This was a book that came into the local e-library a while ago: I had to put myself on a waiting list to be able to get hold of it. Now I can see why, I read it cover to cover in just 6 days. It’s a quite unbelievable story.
I got this book free on my iPad, I think it’s because it’s a new series, and they hope to hook you in to buy more. I was not sure what to expect, I haven’t ever read anything by is author. It’s a mystery / action / humour storyline, absolutely hilarious, and I would highly recommend it! I would say women would like it more, but don’t let me prejudice you if you want to have a look at it.
This is a wonderful book, full of heart felt stories, race reports, and tons of practical to for all types of athletes, so there’s definitely something you will take away with you when you read this book.
Lisa mixes practical advice and tips from her own experiences as well as medical professionals, with accounts of some of the toughest races on earth, explaining how and why she did them. Continue reading
I’m currently reading a book a client suggested to me: Rich Roll – finding Ultra. It’s obvious immediately to me why he finds it inspirational, but there’s little gems embedded right through this book that create powerful thought provoking questions in your mind. Thanks for the suggestion Ben, this book is well worth reading. Continue reading
Before I review I need to tell you how I came upon this book. I went to the annual Rotary book sale, popular here due to the high price of books in the shops. I like factual books, biography, adventure, that sort of thing. I picked this one out because it said rowing, and it seemed to be written by an ‘ordinary guy’ who decided to randomly row the Atlantic. I kind of can relate to that, having come from fat and unfit to out of the blue deciding to run a half marathon, ending up on team GB. It sounded like a good book. Continue reading
This book is a read cover to cover book that you will not be able to put down, once you start reading. Continue reading