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"The Smallest Lights in the Universe"

The Smallest Lights in the Universe is an eloquent, poetic, and beautiful story. Sara Seager writes with grace and style about her loves, her losses, and her joys. She also illustrates what being a woman in STEM is like and brings a strong voice to us all. I was sad when I finished this book. I personally related to Sara's journey and this comforted me. The Smallest Lights in the Universe was a constant companion for my first two chemotherapy infusions. I will miss peering into the lovely world of Sara Seager. I am so glad I had the opportunity to read this book. It helped me not feel so alone.


✨ "Everything brave has to start somewhere..." - Sara Seager


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