The dysfunctional Hisch family of 7 has six months to train for the Colgowal Half Marathon in hopes of winning the much needed 20,000 cash prize. They are hindered by their relentless addiction to fast food, channel surfing and the ever-present plagues of contemporary life.
In a richly woven tale of irony and dark humor, David Holn reveals much about the American family and our attempts to “run faster.”
“To readers who have never laughed and cried at the same time....welcome to David Holn’s Running Faster...”
The New York Times