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"Burnout is a compelling, impossible to put down, first novel in the class of Skylark of Space or "Lifeline." ... It may perhaps be the most realistic view ever published in fiction about what happens behind the scenes at NASA." --Dr. Jim Woosley, physicist and Heinlein essayist.
Stephanie Osborn was born September 23, 1960, in Clarksville, TN. She obtained majors in physics, mathematics, and chemistry, a minor in geology, and a MSc in astronomy. She married Darrell Osborn, artist/magician, in 1983. Stephanie worked in Huntsville, AL in the Space Shuttle/Station programs. She retired from the space industry in 2006 to pursue her writing career.
I like it. Of course, I know the author. As she was a payload controller, she knows her way around the shuttle and it's operations. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. Buelow
A great 'edge-of-your-seat' read. Stephanie has combined her insider knowledge of years at NASA to write a first rate mystery thriller. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Terry M
one of the best books ive ever read. Very interesting with crawling through the air ducks and walking through a huge underground hq towards [there] new location.Published on February 26, 2011 by Rebecca Bouchard
The core story premise of Burnout is a classic one, having been told many times over the last few decades. Unfortunately I didn't find Burnout to be a satisfying read. Read morePublished on August 23, 2010 by R. McKown
I was hooked on the story before I reached the end of the second page. By the end of the first chapter I couldn't put the book down! Read morePublished on September 1, 2009 by Daniel Hollifield
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Stephanie Osborn's Burnout is out of this world. Read more