The Last Marathon

Rated 3.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A brief essay on the life of a runner.
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Words: 1,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458101983
About James Cage

The author James Cage has been a writer for thirty eight years. Back from The Bardo consists of three short stories: Holding the Bricks, Astral Andy and The Funny Bear and Germ Spreaders on a Train that create one novella. James has also written a screenplay Sambalanga and a short screenplay Holding the Bricks. James lived in Mexico for eight years. He has lived in Rome, Colorado, Boston, Memphis and New York. He currently resides in New Jersey.

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Review by: Mark Stewart on May 25, 2011 :
if you like running the story was a good read.
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Review by: alan mahood on May 24, 2011 :
Cage, who has been running competitively most of his life, describes the joy of running marathons. He relates how the average person, including himself, will not ever see a trophy, however, just finishing a marathon is an accomplishment and the author describes what it is like. You'll enjoy this short story if you run long-distance races ... even if you don't!
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Review by: Ray Daley on May 24, 2011 :
You may have run all those marathons but you still haven't learned how to leave a line space after a paragraph.

Makes it VERY difficult to read.
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