This very interesting book is called You Are Here around the world in 92 minutes, it is a book that Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has made after he went to space and was the Commander of the International Space Station during Expedition 35 in the years of 2012 and 2013. This book contains Hadfield’s collection of his favorite pictures he took on paper. This book shares his opinions of what he photographed and has the picture in a sharp, detailed, high quality way that is only gotten printed out on paper. I enjoyed picking this book up and looking at these pictures when I had some free time. The pictures had a variety of pictures from far away seeing the big picture of our Earth and some close up pictures that reviled the very detailed patterns that the Earth has. The lives up to the name “You Are Here‘ as on pg. 148-149 there is a picture of Toronto and the Bathurst Clark Resource Library is visible. This was one of my favorite parts of the book seeing how we are so small, yet our actions are visible from space. I loved this book because I was able to just sit down and look at pictures without knowing anything and just calm down and think. Also as this book is mainly pictures, it can be interpreted as many different things dependent of the reader. The book crosses from around the world featuring man-made and natural land marks the Earth has. I really enjoyed learning out the world and actually seeing this geography as real as it gets rather then a school textbook. This book also made me think of how much the Earth changed over the last century and how we as humans have left a mark. I would totally recommend this book just to look at during a small period of free time or to someone that is curious about our world . Especially since there is no commitment to reading a whole book as this book is pictures with very brief captions. Coming with this you see what you want to see and it isn’t a set point that the author made. This book is just generally great if you have a sense of curiosity of your world.