Here’s a book with ambitions:
[...] until recently, I assumed that astronomers and astrophysicists knew what they were talking about.
Now — I’m sure they do not.
[...] Earning a doctorate in electrical engineering eventually led to my teaching that subject at a major university for thirty-nine years. What troubled me most was when astrophysicists began saying things about magnetic fields that any of my junior-year students could show were completely incorrect.
Electric Sky has a good, close look at what Astronomy is saying, under the light of Plasma Physics. The author also writes:
I have tried to hack a path through these hypotheses, contradictions, and alternative explanations that will be clear and understandable for the average interested reader to follow. The answers to the questions we ask are not stressfully convoluted and arcane — rather, they are logical, straightforward, and reasonable — and long overdue.
So... it looks like a good, clear read.