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On Sundays We Go Long

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Bound by running talent, five upwardly mobile, thirtysomething men juggle relationships, careers, heartaches, and technology’s pervasive reach, all the while training and racing together, pursuing cross-country club championship bragging rights.

Gregarious loner Dillon Percy literally runs away with his dog, Miles, from a messy divorce and opens up a Bed, Run & Breakfast in
Paperback, 492 pages
Published June 3rd 2017 by Beach Life Books
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Aug 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
Ty, you had me laughing, crying, and wanting to get up to Annadel, sometimes all at once! It's hard to have essentially five main characters, but you did a great job of creating unique personalities and voices for all of them, and the dialogue was superb. I may be a tad bit angry with you for the ending, but I'll forgive you. Another great read!! ...more
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I loved this book. I enjoyed it a great deal, getting invested in each character and what was going on with them—and there are a lot of characters with a lot going on. Despite that, they find the time to get together and run together at least once a week, on Sundays, when (you guessed it) they go long.

“Long runs and long stories go hand in hand,” Jake says.

The book follows alternating points-of-view between five main characters: five male friends in their thirties who are in a running club toget
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A senior web application developer by day, an aspiring novelist by night, Ty Strange has lived up and down the West Coast, from San Diego to Seattle, earning an MA in sport psychology, owning a Domino’s Pizza franchise, teaching himself several computer programming languages, and training in the many West Coast running meccas along the way. He began running in 1972 and has raced throughout the Uni ...more

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