my take: I took up running in 2014 when I turned *SHOCKING* 50 and probably wouldn't have been interested in such a title before that. And now that I'm *TA DA!* a runner this was loads of fun.
A running memoir on her motivation, pain, and lessons from running *SHE'S CRAZY* marathons. (Here's the thing about runners ... they always point to someone who's just a little crazier. People who run marathons? Cray cray.)
Fast, fun read full of British mannerisms which includes her research on pioneer running women and her suggestions for beginner runners.
my source: browsing in Waterstones Books St. Andrews, Scotland
my verdict: inspiring and fun running read