The Astronaut Wives Club: A True Story
Publish date: June 11th 2013
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
I listened to this novel and I am glad that I did, as there were lots of dates in it and I thought Orlagh Cassidy did an excellent job as the narrator. I never got tired of listening as Ms. Cassidy went through what these women did as astronaut wives but I had a feeling that if I had tried to read t...
Loved it. I really wish I had read the book before watching the series.
Bullet Review:I LOVED THIS SO BAD!What I hated: how short it was and how much it skipped over. I realize that this is probably from interviews done many years after the events, but I felt many missions (such as the infamous Apollo 13) were glosses over.What I loved: everything else! It's all about t...
Five Thoughts1. More of a general overview than a in-depth look.2. These wives never really get any individuality but rather ended up group by mission names.3. Glosses over the pressures of the perfect life, the affairs, and the problems. 4. Enjoyed this as an overview but you'll need another book f...
This had to by the nature of the project cover a lot of ground and a lot of woman, some are going to get missed, and some obviously weren't going to want to be in the book (there's next to nothing on Janet Armstrong), so we get a fair bit of information about the lives of the original seven women, a...
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