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Carrying the Fire

by Collins, Michael; Lindbergh, Charles A. (foreword)

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North Salem, NY: The Adventure Library, 1998 Hard cover, Octavo (5 ½" x 8 ⅜"). pp xv [1] 388 [12]. In half buckram with paper-covered boards featuring the moon, gilt titles to spine on dark blue printed labels, and end papers featuring the lunar surface. With color photographic plates. Includes publisher's letter to subscribers. Condition: Near Fine. *** A highly detailed account of the training and experiences leading up to the historic first moon landing by one of the three astronauts who took part. Michael Collins (1930-2021) flew the Apollo 11 command module, Columbia, while his fellow astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made the descent to the lunar surface. Collins describes the training he received as a test pilot and later as an astronaut, but also includes his personal account of what it felt like to be in space, both physiological and emotionally. *** The Adventure Library was a series of 30 books sold by subscription between 1994 and 2003. . First Edition Thus. Hard Cover. Near Fine.


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Carrying the Fire
Collins, Michael; Lindbergh, Charles A. (foreword)
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The Adventure Library
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North Salem, NY
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Now entering our eighteenth year, Dark and Stormy Night Books is an online bookstore carrying Rare, Antiquarian and other interesting finds. Alasdair and Alexandra Johnson, Proprietors. Alasdair, from Edinburgh, Scotland has a colorful heritage including the salvage of shipwrecks off the English coast, and transportation of an eighteenth-century revolutionary relative to Australia. When not swashbuckling through the world of electronics and other gizmos as a lad, he scared himself silly with science-fiction, ghost stories and gothic novels. His partner, Alexandra, is a third-generation book dealer, whose family had the smallest of small-press workshops in the family barn. She is a graduate in history and art history from Bowdoin College, with a particular interest in the Far East and the China trade, the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, and the British Arts & Crafts Movement. She also spent some years working for a nationally known early-American antiques dealer. They make their home in historic Newburyport, on the Massachusetts coast. Visit our website:


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