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This review is for the Audible audio book.
The problem for me is that the book is riddled with factual errors, some of them minor but others so jarring that I began to doubt everything the author wrote.
I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the history of the space race, the Apollo program, and the first moon landing.
The book was my husbands. He loved it and wants to read it all over again.
It is difficult for me to expand on it not having read it myself, but I know how much
He... Read more
This is a marathon read, but I am truly glad for it. I'm learning so much about something I already cared about very deeply: America's Space Race and the men and women who made it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ThePhen
Got to see all the background and insider looks into the "Space Race" ! Very interesting. Can get a little technical, but I still loved it!Published 1 month ago by Jan Martel
This review is for the Audible audio book. This is my edited review in which I will cover the content as well as the audio presentation. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Steven Jaynes
I've never read this book, but my astronomy professor said it's a piece of s***. So bad that he incorporate it into his lecture slides.Published 9 months ago by Brett
This book focuses primarily on the trials and tribulations of the Apollo 11 crew before, during and after the epic landing on the moon. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Casey Wheeler
A number of the reviews here have come down hard on the author for technical errors and I noticed many of these also (I'm a physicist), but was not as bugged by these as some... Read morePublished 11 months ago by sjnorton
I've probably read the vast majority of books associated with the Apollo space program, but I can assure you that you certainly won't find a book which comes anywhere close to this... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mike
This book contains a vast amount of information; however, enough of it is flatly inaccurate and poorly narrated to make this book not worth the effort.Published 18 months ago by Colin Bartolome