The Right Stuff

by Tom Wolfe | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0553138286 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Bkind2books of Clarksville, Tennessee USA on 3/16/2010
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Journal Entry 1 by Bkind2books from Clarksville, Tennessee USA on Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Loved this story of the early years of the space program and the men who were my larger-than-life heroes.

Journal Entry 2 by Bkind2books at Clarksville, Tennessee USA on Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Released 13 yrs ago (7/6/2010 UTC) at Clarksville, Tennessee USA

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RABCK for oliviapoolside. Hope you enjoy this!

Journal Entry 3 by BooksandMusic at Seattle, Washington USA on Sunday, July 18, 2010
Thanks for sending this book, looks like a good one!

Journal Entry 4 by BooksandMusic at Seattle, Washington USA on Sunday, September 25, 2022
I didn't know what happened to Chuck Yeager. I was six years old but I spent a lot of time in N. Edwards because my grandparents lived out there and owned a restaurant there called The Little Red Barn. I remember hearing the sonic booms and remember the feeling that I was somewhere special with the jets and pilots and all. What happened to Chuck Yeager must have been talked about by the adults around me but I was too young to understand. I can't believe he survived it and kept flying. God bless Chuck Yeager and all the pilots including the astronauts. Kind of through osmosis maybe I took great pride in our Moon Landing and have never forgotten the excitement of that day. Patriotism was built into me early and I think my time in N. Edwards and my grandparents association with the base and the pilots had a lot to do with it. Now that I have a lot of names of pilots from that time I am going to go through the guest book of the restaurant and look for the signatures. And now every time I fly and hear the drawl of the Captain I will be thinking of and thanking Chuck Yeager and his fellow wild boys, all the pilots. God bless America. It's not logic, it's love.
This was a great book, I loved reading it. Recommended.

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