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Should be compulsory reading for all teenagers,
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This review is from: An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth (Hardcover)
I was disappointed when this book ended. Aside from giving a real insight into the space program from the left seat of the Soyuz, it serves to pass on real wisdom and philosophy.
It carries good pace throughout. While the first part seems to verge upon Hadfield merely boasting of how wise and well-informed he has been through life, parts two and three make you feel guilty for even starting to suspect him of this.
We could learn much from this, I wanted to read more.