Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb

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Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb

Post by Scerakor » 08 Feb 2017, 12:50

I am not usually a graphic novel reader; I don't know if I "look down" on the genre per-se, but I do know that I have almost avoided it for most of my adult reading life. I have realised recently that this is one of the genres that is really missing in my repertoire so I tried to pick up a few more of these lately.

I was by NO MEANS disappointed with this work. I am a physicist by background an found that this short work hit all of the key points on the head. It described some very complicated physics concepts in an extremely approachable way, beautifully conveyed the history of this poignant piece of human history, and taught me a few things along the way. I thoroughly enjoyed this work and if you are even remotely interested in the idea of a history/science graphic novel, you will love this work.

Highly recommended!

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