Running Ransom Road by Caleb Daniloff

Periodically, I would like to recommend a book related to the issues we are discussing here.  Today, it’s Running Ransom Road by Caleb Daniloff.  Caleb tells his compelling personal story of growing up in a family where his father was a diplomat to the Soviet Union, his plunge into alcoholism, and his path out.  Running became one of his primary disciplines for recovery.  Caleb is now a successful author.  He is a contributor to Runner’s World and lives with his family in Boston.

Check it out.  It is a story of personal triumph and dramatically displays the positive effects of running in a person’s life.

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