As the best historian of my lifetime William Manchester again delivers a detailed yet focused account of a most complex man.
I am a retired naval officer and a student of WW 2 history. This story even if taken as pure fiction is so full of gross exaggerations that it is offensive to anyone with even a rudimentary understanding of science and or history. It is simply the piling on of an endless string of impossible events in child like way. I only finished the book to see to what extent the mindless author would delve. I cannot believe Random House would publish such trash,
Burning the final manuscript
Dissappointment is spending money on such an unprofessional offering
Not worth any more of my time
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