READING SPACE: NSS Reviews and Recommended Reading

READING SPACE:  NSS Reviews and Recommended Reading

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NSS REVIEW: Non-Fiction
Book of the Month (OCT)

More Non-Fiction Books

Title: Dragonfly: NASA and the Crisis Aboard Mir
Author: Bryan Burrough
Date: 1998

Book of the Month (OCT)

More Fiction Books

Title: Hurricane Moon
Author: Alexis Glynn Latner
Date: July, 2007

NSS REVIEW: Children’s
Book of the Month (OCT)

More Children’s Books

Title: Spacer and Rat
Author: Margaret Bechard
Date: 2005

The gripping story of seven American astronauts and their missions to the dangerously decaying Mir space station.

The hopes and dreams of humanity ride with ten thousand colonists frozen in a ship sent to settle an extra-solar planet.

Engaging story of two young people on a space colony in the asteroid belt; impressive job of creating a complete fictional world.

Read our review by
Stephen Adamczyk

Read our review by
Marianne Dyson

Read our review by
Marianne Dyson


Books are selected for recommendation based on their connection to the NSS vision of people living and working in space. Reviews are provided by members of the NSS Space Books Committee and other individuals. Opinions expressed are those of the reviewers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Space Society. Contact Space Books Committee Chairman Marianne Dyson with comments or requests for book reviews. Note: NSS does not review self- or pod-published books.


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