Enola Gay: Mission to Hiroshima by Gordon Thomas, Max Morgan-Witts

Choose a shelf or add to a new one
Recommend

Recommend and receive 50% of the profit on any sale you generate

Enola Gay: Mission to Hiroshima

'“A rapid-fire recreation of the grimmest disaster yet, the building and dropping of the first atomic bomb, by the pair who brought you Guernica, The San Francisco Earthquake, and the sinking of the Morro Castle. The pop-documentary prose tries for objectivity and authenticity, and scants judgment. . . . Crisp, panoramic, and sufficiently personalized to snag a live-action audience that, too, would prefer to withhold judgment.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Fascinating . . . Unrivaled in WWII accounts” —The New York Times Book Review   “Consistently absorbing.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “Tremendous suspense.” —TheBaltimore Sun   “Outstanding.” —Detroit Free Press    '
'“A rapid-fire recreation of the grimmest disaster yet, the building and dropping of the first atomic bomb, by the pair who brought you Guernica, The San Francisco Earthquake, and the sinking of the Morro Castle. The pop-documentary prose tries for objectivity and authenticity, and scants judgment. . . . Crisp, panoramic, and sufficiently personalized to snag a live-action audience that, too, would prefer to withhold judgment.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Fascinating . . . Unrivaled in WWII accounts” —The New York Times Book Review   “Consistently absorbing.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “Tremendous suspense.” —TheBaltimore Sun   “Outstanding.” —Detroit Free Press    '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497658868 Pages: 386