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The author goes to the extreme in providing details that are insignificant. At times it reads more like a research paper.Published 2 months ago by tom mulvev
Received a good clean former library copy of the book, and am pleased with it.Published 10 months ago by Herbert V. Morais
Tremendous amount of detail about this amazing man. There is no question that without General Groves, the bombs would have been available months later! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dave
I was not interested in half the book becasue it was about his personnel life and I was more interested in the development and processing the bomb and delivery system and is not... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Joe
An excellent biography of a somewhat forgotten man and a very underated, in importance, member of the Manhatten Project. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kindle Customer
A great read that I could not put down. Showed great research and accomplished the goal of an unbiased story on an American Hero, General Groves.Published on September 1, 2013 by David Boyd
The biggest engineering feat of all time conducted in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, is never talked about in school. You will learn all about this and the man behind the project. Read morePublished on October 7, 2011 by historybuff
Good story but often gets bogged down. Wouldn't lose anything by editing out a third of the boring details: Do we really need a list of every class he takes at war college? Read morePublished on October 19, 2010 by David B. Rossetter
The book is definitive, scholarly, yet dramatic and exciting. Indispensable for understanding how the atomic bomb came about. Read morePublished on September 2, 2002 by Kins Collins