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Lance Armstrong's War: One Man's Battle Against Fate, Fame, Love, Death, Scandal, and a Few Other Rivals on the Road to the Tour de France

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2009

    Armstrong as a real person

    This author did an exceptional job in portraying Lance Armstrong as a real person and quite frankly not so nice of a guy at times. I am surprised the aughor was allowed to be so candid. It is an excellent book, very well written and very informative about the world of professional bike racing at the level of the Tour de France. I enjoyed it imensely, even though it shattered my fan's view of one of the greatest cyclisty in history of bike racing. Lance seems a whole lot more credible as a human being from this look at his life and perspective portrayed by this brilliant writer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2008

    'Lance Armstrong - tour de force'

    I have read the book of the above title, by Daniel Coyle, and have to assume this is the title used, for publication in England, by Harper Collins Publishers? The book is outstanding, right up to the very last page, with inside information that adds a whole new dimension, not only to Lance Armstrong - the man, but to the sport of cycle racing and to that greatest sporting test on earth, the Tour de France. This isn't just about Armstrong - Daniel Coyle has written a supremely unbiased book about bike racing, including the good, the bad and the really ugly.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2014

    Deathheart's story part two.

    Deathpaw, well now Deathheart, pads in the forest, weak. She faints and goes into the darkforest. An all black cat with red eyes pads to her. "I have been awaiting you." She looks at him "and you are?" He stares at her. "Darkness." He pads around her, and says, "I can make you the best warrior ever. If you shun Starclan and love and anything but here." She nods her head, not knowing what she got heerself into.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2005

    An In-Depth Look

    This book really devles into Lance's life both on and off the bike. I really learned alot about who he is as a person as well as who he is as an athlete. If you are a fan of Lance, this book is a must have. I was enthralled from start to finish.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2005

    Great book

    Daniel Coyle captures Lance Armstrong like never done before. This book gives us a glimpse into the drive and determination that makes Lance a great athlete and person. There was so much insight into the world of professional cycling and the behind the scenes lives of these athletes. Worth the read. Couldn't put it down.

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