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Humans, some of them brilliant, stumble through world-changing events - unique perspective.Published 5 days ago by Gerald Tieman
Has been enjoyed by some friends, and we all agree that it is a detailed discussion of a tense time in our nation's history.Published 5 days ago by John C.
Since I live in New Mexico, I found the entire book fascinating. I learned lots of things I never knew about the Lab and the men who worked there. Fascinating read.Published 26 days ago by Nancy Norton
This book was fascinating and very well written. I could hardly put it down.Published 1 month ago by Marguerite E. Jarchow
A thorough study of life at Los Alamos, written in friendly, easy to grasp language. A very personal tale that you don't need to be a scientist to understand. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Why is this not required reading for everyone in North America at the very least. I confess that I knew next to nothing about the subject until another book on the topic was chosen... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mrs. Mary R. Hawkins