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At the core of this book is the subject of man dealing with grief, and Kiefer handles this gracefully, tenderly, and honestly.
There are funny parts, surprising twists and turns and it's the kind of book that kept me reading late into the night when I should have been sleeping.
The book seemed to be well-researched, so there was a lot of interesting factual information about the space program to go along with the story.
I really liked this book but the ending was flat and disappointing. I liked Kiefer's non-emotional style, conveying actually a lot of emotion. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Wagner
Astronaut Keith Corcoran is so supremely focused on his career goals, that once he’s on the International Space Station and he is confronted with his daughter’s death, he doesn’t... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Julie Merilatt
A Well told story about an american astronaut dealing with personal destruction. Female characters are too flat This book could have been excellent if he had delved a bit into... Read morePublished 5 months ago by jill
What starts off a little slowly quickly turns into a beautifully evolving story. Engaging, evocative, and eloquent, The Infinite Tides is the first piece of modern fiction I have... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought The Infinite Tides after hearing the author, Christian Kiefer, speak; brilliant, ironic, with a quick witty intelligence that kept an audience of intellectuals enthralled. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Helen Bonner, better books
Hes my old english teacher. this was required as a textbook for one of my classes. i highly recommemed thisPublished 12 months ago by donicio