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I opened this book because I wanted to read a story about a "regular person" doing an Ironman. I loved this book because it wasn't only about becoming an Ironman. Sutterfield weaves all aspects of his life into the book - Ironman, relationship, and spirituality. I felt the spiritual aspects of the book were simply part of Sutterfield's story, and not meant to be preachy. However, the book did help me think about my own fitness, relationships and spirituality. What I appreciated most was how Sutterfield's story flowed from Ironman to relationships to spirituality with such ease and honesty. Truly, my favorite book. I'm looking forward to reading it a second time.
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Disappointed. Grew tired very quickly of listening to long, in-depth descriptions of the author's childhood exposure to sexuality from his church and wondering when something useful or interesting was going to be addressed or discussed. Was easily 2 hours in before I found anything along the lines of what I expected to hear based on the title of the book. A better title might have been: Sex, drugs, and Ironman: Memoirs from an Evangelical fat kid.