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    The Road to Sparta: Reliving the Ancient Battle and Epic Run That Inspired the World's Greatest Footrace Audio CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged told -and experienced-by ultramarathoner and New York Times bestselling author Dean Karnazes. Want to know our Editors' picks for the best books of the month? Termes manquants : podcastone ‎ relieved.
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    Books by Dean Karnazes. More… Share This Book. The book is worth reading. To be fair, this book was more about finding identity. This journey is epic and highly recommended. Thanks for telling us about the problem. If you like history and running, I highly recommend this book. Plus a emotional ending to it.


    Karnazes wants to relive what Pheidippedes went through so he runs in the ultra marathon called the Sparathalon in Greece. He was in fact an early ultra marathoner, not just a marathoner. Details if other :. Refresh and try. The lessons learned apply not only to running ultra marathons, but to life in general. Dean will get you in the running mood. Thanks for telling us about video naughty mature mood some fucking problem. After reading it I told him I'm not sure I want him to read it and become an ultramarathoner!! The bits of history was a great accompaniment to the Spartathlon. He gives you his background and how he got to be a marathon runner. There was a lot of set up to a quicker ending. He mentions so many cities and destinations, it would have been nice to have a map to look at and really grasp the race course. Just finished this book. It's an easy, quick read that will satisfy any runner's curiosity of the guy that forever changed the world of running both Pheidippides and Karnazes.