Challenger Park by Stephen Harrigan
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Challenger Park Summary
From the author of the acclaimed The Gates of the Alamo, a novel of extraordinary power about what its like, and what it means, to journey into space as one of todays astronauts.
Challenger Park Reviews
"This surprisingly weak follow-up to The Gates of the Alamo attempts to document the day-to-day tedium and terrors of astronauts, but slides quickly into a tepid romance." - PW.
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Stephen Harrigan Author Biography
Stephen Harrigan was born in Oklahoma City in 1948 and has lived in Texas since the age of five, growing up in Abilene and Corpus Christi. For many years he was a staff writer and senior editor at Texas Monthly, and his articles and essays have appeared in a wide range of other publications as well, including The Atlantic, Outside, The New York Times Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, Audubon, Life, Slate, and others.
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