At first I thought this would be a boring sports novel. Was I wrong! This story sticks with you from beginning to end and will pull at your emotions. Sabrina is an honor student who used to be heading to the Olympics to “run for God.” Her plans changed when she was diagnosed with a juvenile form of arthritis. Dreams crushed and friends gone, she is a bitter young lady. After losing her ability to run like a pro, she constantly thinks poorly of herself. Even when her boyfriend showers her with attention, she pushes him away because she feels he is out of her league. Sabrina’s well being gets even worse when she encounters a young woman who has star running potential but who wastes opportunities by drinking and getting mixed in with the wrong crowd. As Sabrina eventually begins to coach the young hooligan—you’ll have to read and find out how THAT happens—both women begin to admire the other and eventually become friends. The friend parts takes a long while, of course. Overall, this book is very inspirational and will make you wonder about your place in this world and how you can make a difference in someone’s life.