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Out of this world



A lone astronaut stranded in space, with no apparent way back to Earth, must rely on his considerable scientific knowledge — and occasional pop culture references — to solve a series of technological problems in order to survive.




At first glance, Andy Weir’s new book Project Hail Mary may seem similar to his runaway hit first novel The Martian. However, it doesn’t take long for the reader to realize that its ambitions and scope are vastly greater: whereas The Martian alternated between its protaganist’s lone struggle and the efforts of many Earth-bound…

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