Written by another sports writer Alex Hutchinson, the review was enough to loose a few micrograms of adrenalin in my blood and put me out on the road that morning. Among the millions of people who run these days, the ones who interest me the most are the folks who have been running, jumping, and throwing for 50 years and more. Jonathan Beverly writes about those men and women who can maintain their competitiveness in the face of father time and not give in to the challenges of aging and still hold a place in their hearts to continue that earliest of passions. I'm inclined now to find it and read Jonathan Beverly's work. Here is Alex Hutchinson's review as it appeared on the pages of the Globe and Mail. And not too late to buy it for Christmas.