It’s a quirky romance. An athletic fantasy. A mystery of identity over the ages. A spine-tingling race to the finish.
Anasazi Runner: a novel of identity and speed is told from the perspective of Coach Jesse, a retired history teacher and reluctant running coach.
Coming soon to Nook (March 2012)
I'm going to be honest with you. As most of you know I went to Key West in January on Vacation. I had my iPad Nook and Kindle Apps filled with all my favorite authors. Along with this book, not the type I usually read. My plan was to read the first chapter and the last chapter. You know just enough to have the gist of the story and give a good review for a friend. Then move on to the books I really wanted to read while lazing around the pool on vacation.
I know my bad.
BUTTTTTT, I couldn't stop reading it. I enjoyed the training, since it was very similar to when I was training for my marathons. I enjoyed the characters. I am even trying to get my husband to read it. I really didn't think I could read a book on running. I was afraid it would remind me of some of the non-fiction running books I've tried to read in my life. So I was pleasantly surprised. And I enjoyed lazing around and reading Jeff's book. I suggest you all pick your copy ASAP you won't be disappointed.
|I give this fun book 4.5 Dahlia's|