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That Feel Good Factor

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Ellie's life is falling apart; her marriage is in free fall since the death of her daughter; she is hopelessly overweight and unfit, and then she finds herself volunteering to run the London Marathon to save the local children's hospice from being bulldozed by developers!
Phil is Ellie’s husband, unable to cope with the death of his daughter, he tries desperately to move on
Kindle Edition, 356 pages
Published May 22nd 2013 by Pandora Publishing
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Simon J. Wood
Sep 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A woman's struggle for fitness, love, and reconcilliation.

First off I will say that I don’t understand some of the Amazon reviewers' references to this being a ‘girlie’ book, it is a story ANYONE can relate to. A fat (not to mince words!) and unfit woman, Ellie, decides to run a marathon to raise funds for the hospice she works at, to prevent it from closure.

The book starts a little slowly whilst we are introduced to her family but once it gets going it is difficult to put down! A ‘Mickey Goldmi
Jul 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
Too many exclamation points and the writing is a bit amateurish at times, but Ellie is real and easy to relate to, even if one hasn't had the same life experiences she has. The reader roots for out-of-shape Ellie as she prepares to run the London marathon, and as she and her husband struggle in their marriage after the loss of their daughter. ...more
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