coordinates for Dan Parry's Moonshot, which is far better written that your average
"accompanying the major television factual-drama" book." (Daily Telegraph)
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Absolutely brilliant. A hard to put down narrative of a time when we reached for the stars.Published 8 months ago by N. Rudd
Very atmospheric and well paced. Just enough detail for enthusiasts but not enough to interrupt the dramaPublished 8 months ago by s j morris
An informative and interesting book whilst still being chattily informal. I thought I would quickly skim the book and read it properly later, but 3 hours later I was still... Read morePublished 14 months ago by June57
Made to feel you're part of crew as we switch from real time space exploration back to the long hard training regime.
An excellent ebook you won't want to put down.
If your a fan of the American Moon program you will love this. Like previous reviewers I was wondering what this book could bring that was new. I didn't have to worry. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Spud Murphy
This book gives good insight into Michael Collins' role in the moon landing, which is a side of the story sadly neglected in most tellings of this story. Read morePublished on 26 July 2014 by Adam Ward
I thought I had read it all when it came to the first moon landing, having been fascinated by the Apollo programme all my life. Read morePublished on 17 Mar. 2014 by davey_decker