From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.
The book is written by a non-engineer and is overstretched unnecessarily.
The story telling style is poorly fabricated.
An excellent look at how quickly (and easily) things can go horribly wrong. As the saying goes, "the devil's in the details."Published 3 months ago by JavaBarista
One of the things that I enjoyed the most about this book was that not only was there a lot of insightful information, including some details I didn't know about related to... Read morePublished 6 months ago by johnnyrio
The stories in this book are interesting reads. As an engineering student, it's sobering to read about. Great read. Highly recommended.Published 7 months ago by Elvin
Not qualified to comment on whether the research is correct or even exhaustive. But, the narrative and the power to convince and educate are outstanding. Read morePublished 7 months ago by unkown
Very well written book of human, and mechanical frailties through the last century. The author interweaves incidents through history and explains very technical details to a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anthony Buford
Great read and very interesting way to read about all the incidents that have occurred over the history of mandkind.Published 8 months ago by John C Mettam