Calling Major Tom


Author: David M. Barnett

Calling Major Tom is a heartwarming, quirky and ultimately life-affirming story of friendship, family and forgiveness – and the world’s most unlikely astronaut. ,A man who has given up on the world. A family who show him how to live.Forty-something Thomas is very happy to be on his own, far away from other people and their problems. But beneath his grumpy exterior lies….Read More

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