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  • This is a fabulous introduction to our home star, written with an insight and an enthusiasm that makes it very approachable... there's far more to the Sun than you might suspect

    Helen Czerski, author of 'The Storm in a Teacup'
  • Wonderful...makes you simply gaze out of the window pondering for a while. The future of solar science is bright, and Lucie Green an inspiring guide

    Lewis Dartnell, Daily Telegraph
  • This book takes a fascinating look at a literally brilliant subject... one of the most enjoyable books about science you could hope to find

    Paul Sutherland, Book of the Month - BBC Sky at Night Magazine
  • Thrilling ... Lucie Green's huge enthusiasm for the Sun is apparent throughout

    Pippa Goldschmidt, Spectator
  • Green, a solar physicist at University College London, is an engaging and careful companion. She is clearly enamoured of her subject and keen to acknowledge those who have gone before her ... Reading this book confirms what I felt as a student: that truly understanding the Sun is as much about philosophy as it is about physics

    Anjana Ahuja, Financial Times
  • Green's enthusiasm for her subject is infectious ... [a] fine book

    Marcus Chown, Times Higher Education
  • The author's passionate enthusiasm for her subject shines through on every page ... an outstanding and eminently readable book which conveys a remarkably comprehensive and wide-ranging account of our nearest star

    Iain Nicholson, Astronomy Now
  • Professor Green has been studying the sun for 20 years and her passion for her 'favourite star' burns from every page

    Jane Shilling, Daily Mail

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