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More than 400 Nonfiction, Fiction, & Children’s Books Reviewed

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Opinions expressed are those of the reviewers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Space Society. To get a book reviewed by NSS: send query with book description to [email protected] Do NOT send attached files with your query. Do NOT mail books to the NSS address. We usually respond to queries within 10 days. Note: review copies must be provided free. They can be electronic, but books must also be available in print. We are ONLY interested in books about human exploration and settlement of space.

Nonfiction Books
Complete list of reviewed nonfiction books by title and by author
Most recent nonfiction reviews:
Book Review: Fighting for Space

Book Review: Fighting for Space

The author skillfully uses the dual biography format in this revealing examination of the personalities and careers of Jackie Cochran and Jerrie Cobb, two women who aggressively pursued aviation careers and met head-to-head in the early 1960s when Dr. Randy Lovelace began testing women’s potential suitability as astronauts.

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Fiction Books
Complete list of reviewed fiction books by title and by author
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Book Review: Arcadia Mars

Book Review: Arcadia Mars

A potential Earth-destroying disaster looms, so humanity must establish a colony on Mars soon. This is the premise driving Arcadia Mars. Though fiction, this story portrays a thoroughly detailed and plausible program for settlement based on a realistic extrapolation of technology into the near future.

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Children’s Books
Complete list of reviewed children’s books by title and by author
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