Running Ransom Road
- Confronting the Past, One Marathon at a Time
- Narrated by: Caleb Daniloff
- Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 21-06-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
In Running Ransom Road, Daniloff, many years sober, confronts his past by setting out, over the course of 18 months, to run marathons in the cities where he once lived and wreaked havoc. Competing from Boston to New York, Vermont to Moscow, Daniloff explores the sobering and inspiring effects of running as he traverses the trails of his former self, lined with dark bars, ratty apartments, lost loves, and lost chances. With each race he comes to understand who he is, and by extension who he was, and he finds he is not alone. There are countless souls in sneakers running away from something, or better, running past and through whatever it is that haunts them.
In this powerful story of ruin, running, and redemption, Daniloff illuminates the connection between running and addiction and shows that the road to recovery is an arduous but conquerable one. Strapping on a pair of Nikes won't banish all your demons, but it can play an important role in maintaining a clean life. For Daniloff, sweat, strained lungs, and searing muscles are among the paving stones of empowerment, and, if he's lucky, perhaps even self-forgiveness.
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By Deborah Bond-Upson on 15-01-16
Wonderful blend of real life experience and of processing of experience!
Compelling and sympathetic presentation of the painful healing and growth from alcoholism and shame. In spite of that valuable but seemingly earnest material, this woven tale draws the reader in and makes us care for the author and his journey, enjoy his growth and see our own selves in the story and gain empathy for others.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By sMoZely on 25-09-14
Great Story about Making a real change
This guys story was amazing, built up mainly because he is so honest about the mistakes of his past.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful