The Incomplete Book of Running

The Incomplete Book of Running

Peter Sagal, the host of NPR’s beloved show Wait Wait..Don’t Tell Me and a popular columnist for Runner’s World, shares his insightful and entertaining look at life and running that explores the transformative power of the sport....

Title:The Incomplete Book of Running
Edition Language:English
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    The Incomplete Book of Running Reviews

  • Ron S

    A mid-life memoir you needn't be a runner to enjoy. ...

  • Van Reese

    As a long time runner, I was very pleased to win this book in a give away (thank you Simon & Shuster). The only negative, I felt, was that he talks about his divorce; a lot. It was painful, so O.K. We...

  • Erin

    Vulnerable and made me want to run marathons. Should prob have a trigger warning about dieting....

  • Kate

    4 stars for the running parts. 2 parts for the frankly off-putting way Sagal writes about his ex-wife and daughters, as well as pretty much all other women (except for his current wife - she seemed li...

  • Jan Van Bruaene

    I didn't know what to expect about this book. I only know about Peter Sagal from NPR Wait Wait Don't Tell me Show. And I heard he co-wrote the less than stellar movie Dirty Dancing Havana Nights. He w...

  • Michael Platt

    Highly recommended. Great book on running and life in general....

  • Andrea

    I love the saying he recounted: if you can't play sports, run. If you can't run, run long. I can relate. I'm a fan of Wait Wait and thought this book was entertaining. Peter Sagal talks about his runn...

  • Emily

    Got to hear Sagal give a book talk at Sixth and I about this book and it was lovely. This is a nice, short book about how running has changed his life for the better. Also nice shout out to my buddy B...

  • Auntjenny

    I really like memoirs about running. I’ve read three others that I can recall, and this one is now my favorite. Though as I read I wasn’t sure it would be, because I wasn’t sure I really liked P...

  • Jenna

    [Audiobook Review] Why wouldn't I listen to Peter Sagal's lovely voice narrate this humorous yet emotionally poignant book?! A big recommendation to everyone considering the audiobook - it is, in my o...