Review: Mister B

Mister B: Living with a 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist


This is a Pinnacle Award Recipient and a silver medalist in the Readers’ Favorites awards, Christian Living. Mister B’s jaunty calculating rhythm offers timely subject matter. Mister B: Living with a 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist, is a tender memoir with humorous antidotes compiled of scientific events and a personal philosophy that matter in world history, for the cold war, and to aerospace.

Mister B could care less about being politically correct. That’s not Mister B’s style. Seeing as his newest design is to live forever, how will life unfold when a chauffeur-cook decides to move into the home of this self-centered, 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist… will she really lend aid?

Rating: 3.5-stars


Mister B by A. Lynn Byk is a charming memoir of an 98-year-old rocket scientist. The man had a lot to say. I found his comments from his past to be a bit extreme and not likable. There were some typos in this book. Whether that was don’t intentionally or not, I cant say for sure. As, his speech doesn’t sound like it was intentionally like that. Throughout this book, I found a lot of the material to be interesting. For instance his work related stuff was what a history/science buff, like myself, would enjoy hearing. Reading this memoir was a bit difficult. If a reader can get around some statements, past the way it’s written, then the reader will enjoy it. I liked it, but it could have been done better.

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