This is a book that can be highly recommended to those interested in both military and general history genres.
Maybe that's why I really liked this book: it points to the horrid things that people can do AND it shows the ugliness inside of a minute world of warfare.
Lockwood writes on a very captivating subject; I was so into this book that I think I read through it in only a few hours.
I'm very pleased with this book, because I ignored many facts about the use of insects as weapons.Published 1 month ago by Rafael Antonio Menjivar Rosa
I will never look at a bug the same way. Very very spooky and interesting. I will definitely re-read this one.Published 7 months ago by mary kwak
Great book for entomology and history fans. It is a great mixture of history and science. Vesides, it is pretty original.Published 12 months ago by Areader
Fantastic book, a must read for anyone interested in both science, WWII, or cultural origins/war crimes. Loved every page. Order it :)Published 13 months ago by Jonathan R. Tietz
way to buggy for me, it may work for war and to be in tunnels, but it seems so cruel. i did not really care for it.Published 15 months ago by Paulette p
This book is an excellent history on the subject, it has made a great addition to my reference library, wish I could find more like it.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lockwood has done it again! He blends his extensive knowledge of insects, an appreciation of history, and a gift for writing lovingly about nature's pests into a very pleasurable... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mark Mathison
Lot's of interesting facts, and stories. If your into bug warfare, this is definitely a book for you! Fast shipping, and a great book!Published 22 months ago by Nom