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.
Instead, Six-Legged Soldiers is a very fascinating chronicle of the use of insects, and their kin, as weapons of war and agents of terror.
The book is well written, thoroughly researched and is very interesting from a scientific as well as a historical perspective.
I will never look at a bug the same way. Very very spooky and interesting. I will definitely re-read this one.Published 4 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 9 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 10 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 12 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 15 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 18 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 19 months ago by Nom
Who knew that Napolean's army wasn't decimated by the Russian Winter? Who knew that many ancient battles weren't lost due to crossbows and catapults? Read morePublished 19 months ago by corsairace
This is a great book.
The innovations f warriors from the distant past to the present makes me wonder why we invest crazy money in hi-tech weapon systems when all we need to... Read more