Review From User :
This is the best biography of Robert Monroe, from an author who knew him, knew his work, and even knew his family. He stands on the shoulders of the late Bayard Stockton, whose earlier work Catapult was previously the only Monroe biography to read. But this story is fleshed out with more personal anecdotes, more rare photos, and to be fair, a more readable style and a more organized structure. It is not merely giving lip service to Monroe either: it shows some of his warts and missteps, as humans are wont to show sooner or later. But that only makes the portrait more complete, and actually allows the reader to get closer to the real Monroe than any press release could do. I found it educational, and a good read too. Kudos!
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