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Synopsis

The new book about running, life, the history and landscape of Ireland, and so much more from the award-winning author of The Farmer’s Son

It is summer, the hay and silage have not yet been made on John Connell’s farm, so he has time to indulge his other great passion: running. John sets off on a marathon run of 42.2 kilometers through his native Longford, the scene of his award-winning memoir.

As he runs across woodlands, fields and tiny roads, he tells the story of his life and contemplates Ireland’s history, old and new. He also remembers other great runs he has done, in Australia and Canada, and tells the stories of some of his running heroes, such as Haile Gebrselassie.

Part memoir, part essay, The Running Book explores what it is to be alive and what movement can do for a person. It is deeply intimate and wide-ranging, local and global: Connell is as likely to write about colonialism and the effect of British imperialism in Ireland and its former colonies as he is about life on his family farm in Ballinalee, County Longford. Told in 42 chapters, each another kilometer in the 42.2k race, the whole book is 42,000 words long and it captures what it is to undertake a marathon moment by moment, in body and mind. Above all, The Running Book is a book about the nature of happiness and how for one man it came through the feet.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781529042382
Binding:
Trade Paperback
Publication date:
10/01/2021
Publisher:
PICADOR
Pages:
176
Height:
.47IN
Width:
5.04IN
Author:
John Connell

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