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[R.A.R] The Bastard Brigade: The True Story of the Renegade Scientists and Spies

Who Sabotaged the Nazi Atomic Bomb Reading Online


[R.A.R] The Bastard Brigade: The True Story of the Renegade Scientists and Spies Who

Sabotaged the Nazi Atomic Bomb Reading Online

[R.A.R] The Bastard

Brigade: The True

Story of the Renegade

Scientists and Spies

Who Sabotaged the

Nazi Atomic Bomb

Reading Online

Description

'A thrilling tale of wartime derring-do meets a richly researched story of postwar intellectual

exploitation . . . . Perfect as a first foray into this period, and I defy any reader not to be drawn into

the world of unlikely spies and Nazi Nobel Prize winners that Kean paints so vividly and infuses

with such energy.'―Science'Bastard Brigade is as entertaining as it is fascinating. Kean's

colloquial expressions and metaphors provide levity to the gritty history of a world at war, with the

survival of freedom, and possibly humanity, hanging in the balance. He never lets the reader forget

what was at stake. . .Kean's page-turner about a still too-little-understood chapter in history

deserves a prominent place in WWII collections.'―Booklist, starred review'An exciting history of

the battle for atomic supremacy during World War II. . . Throughout, Kean eschews erudite

fastidiousness for consistent action and brio. Beginning with the title, the narrative is an engrossing

cinematic drama. . . Vivid derring-do moves swiftly through a carefully constructed espionage

thriller.'―KirkusPraise for Sam Kean: 'Riveting.... Kean has a knack for distilling chemistry to its

essential elements, using stories and humor.... this is a dose of fresh air.―Library Journal

'Richly informative.... Once again, Kean proves his mettle as one of science literature's most gifted

practitioners.'―Booklist'Entertaining... with sly wit and boyish wonder'―Discover Magazine

'Compelling stuff, written with verve and in a style that veers between simple lightheartedness and

open jocularity.... Eminently accessible and enjoyable.'―Robin McKie,The GuardianA 'lively

tome'―New York Post'Science is made fun whenever best-selling author Kean...is narrating.'―

Susannah Cahalan,New York Post Read more Sam Kean is the New York Times bestselling

author of Caesar's Last Breath, The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons, The Disappearing Spoon,

and The Violinist's Thumb, all of which were also named Amazon top science books of the year.

The Disappearing Spoon was a runner-up for the Royal Society of London's book of the year for

2010, and The Violinist's Thumb and The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons were nominated for

the PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award in 2013 and 2015, as well as the

AAAS/Subaru SB&F prize. His work has appeared in The Best American Nature and Science

Writing, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, the New York Times Magazine, Psychology Today, Slate,

Mental Floss, and other publications, and he has been featured on NPR's 'Radiolab,' 'All Things

Considered,' and 'Fresh Air.' Read more

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