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Mary Roach's books are always an interesting and entertaining read, and this one doesn't disappoint.
I read this book in one sitting and it's safe to say that I will never look at astronauts in quite the same way again.
There's so much I learnt from Mary Roach's book that I see astronauts and space travel in a totally different light.
Very funny, and very informative. I laughed until I cried about doing No. 2 in space! How little we knew!Published 2 days ago by Deanna H.
Mary Roach is a brilliant and funny writer. This book is an education and is filled with her trademark tongue-in-cheek humor. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Beth Lees
Another gem in a garland of great books by this witty, irreverent and always engaging author. She makes you gasp at one moment, laugh out loud in the next or sink deep into a... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Shemroon
Wonderful explanation of rigors of going into space on the most basic level.How to live, eat, eliminate and many other daily chores necessary to accomplish. Read morePublished 17 days ago by George Kotlewski
I wanted to be an astronaut as a child, did you not? Such a beautiful idea that of floating in the outer space, seeing the stars closer, having a look at the blueness of the Earth... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Ama Zoninja
But easy and enjoyable to read.
NASA fans will love this.
I,d sign up today for space, even without the zero-g toilet.
I loved this book - it really opened up my eyes about the "business" of space and what it takes to be "physically" ready to launch yourself into the void. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Qweyn of England