Los Alamos Book Review. Reviewed in the united states on september 21, 2016 verified purchase this book is well written, informative and interesting. Some wives are happy to be in the dark about what their husbands are working on, while others do their best to find out what the great secret is.
It’s written by jennet conant, a very good writer and researcher and a granddaughter of james b. Los alamos joseph kanon island books, 517 pp. As i said, it's not a fair contest, and the surprising thing is that kanon managed as well as he did, in a first novel at that:
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Conant, one of the more famous scientists involved in the invention of the atomic bomb. Of the prodigal spy (morton kondracke, ny times book review) This murder mystery is kanon’s debut novel.
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Michael connolly is sent to los alamos from washington to make sure his death really is the result of a casual homosexual encounter and not connected with. As i said, it's not a fair contest, and the surprising thing is that kanon managed as well as he did, in a first novel at that: Los alamos a novel 1st ed.
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+ log in to add your community review. It’s a wistfulness, a longing that you realize could not happen if there was not a war. This is a really good book.
The Writers Of Fiction Must Make Things Up As Well, And, Of Necessity, Imagination Is Usually More Conventional, Less Surprising And Inventive, Than Reality.
The book is an immersive experience that feels, in hindsight, more like a collection of monologues than a novel using a collective voice. Reviews aren't verified, but google checks for and removes fake content. Some women love los alamos, some hate it.
Nesbit Writes Beautifully, And She Is Able To Bring Individual Personalities Into The Mix Of Her Collective Narrator.
Toni michnovicz gibson, jon michnovicz 3.67 · rating details · 6 ratings · 2 reviews forever linked with world war ii and america’s entrance into the atomic age, los alamos was a small ranching community and the site of an exclusive boys’ school until 1943. As you can see in the photo above, this is no small book. No community reviews have been submitted for this work.