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  • Life's Too Short to Go So F*cking Slow

  • Lessons from an Epic Friendship That Went the Distance
  • Von: Susan Lacke
  • Gesprochen von: Amy McFadden
  • Spieldauer: 3 Std. und 35 Min.
  • 4,6 out of 5 stars (10 Bewertungen)

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Life's Too Short to Go So F*cking Slow

Von: Susan Lacke
Gesprochen von: Amy McFadden
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    Susan and Carlos were unlikely friends. She was a young, overweight college professor and a bit of a trainwreck - juggling a divorce, a pack-a-day habit, and hiding empty boxes of wine under her bed. He was her boss, an Ironman triathlete, with life figured out. She was a whiner, he was a hard-ass. He had his shit together, she most assuredly did not.

    Trash-talking workouts, breakdowns, a devastating diagnosis - this heartwarming story of training buddies reveals a deep and abiding friendship that traversed life, sport, and everything in between. Their journey reveals the inspiring power of sports and friendship to change lives forever.

    Amusing and poignant, Life's Too Short to Go So F--king Slow is about running and triathlon, growth and heartbreak, and an epic friendship that went the distance.

    ©2017 Susan Lacke (P)2018 Tantor

    Kritikerstimmen

    "Life's Too Short...cements Lacke's reputation as the storyteller of endurance sports." (Salt Lake Magazine)

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    one word: amazing!

    What an amazing story - and friendship! I laughed and cried and will never forget.

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    Great Story

    I liked this story from the beginning till the end. And I liked the speaker, too. I could not stop listening to this audio book and was a bit sad when it was finished. As I have done one Ironman myself I could totally feel with the author. I would definitely buy this audio book again.

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    good story

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    Okay if you like very, very emotional stories

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