This book is really dry. Arid. It's like a daily account of the astro's lives. Very different and plainly not very interesting.. Not that it's like boring, I mean a test pilot going Mach 5 in a prototype plane is pretty crazy. It relates to a personal diary.. Would not recommend.
This book is shot through with technical errors. It's obvious that the author has no science background. The scope, though, is very large, and contains rich background that I have not come across in other books on the space program. Yet, considering the errors that I (and others) can spot, one has to wonder whether other aspects of the book are as egregiously filled with mistatements, incorrect quotes and faulty background. Too bad.
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