Bility This book was definitely interesting I "Didn T Know Much About The Chernobyl "t know much about the Chernobyl One of my friends who is etting ready to o into the Peace Corps in Ukraine recommended the book to me What was most interesting to me is that so much of the aftermath of the accident was totally mishandled because of the overnment that was in place at the time Remember this still happened under accident was totally mishandled because of the Gone: The Disappearance of Claudia Lawrence and Her Father's Desperate Search for the Truth government that was in place at the time Remember this still happened under Soviet Union I wonder how much of the damage of the town and the sickness of the people could have been prevented or at least lessened had theovernment not been in the way I also thought it was interesting how the author lined up how the aftermath was carried out in alignment with 1,000 Awesome Writing Prompts glasnost Gorbachev s political push for openess in theovernment something that definitely hadn t happened under the Soviets before It was definitely an interesting book view spoiler Bettie s Books hide spoiler. Ion secrecy lies and coverups Read spent many months in Russia interviewing hundreds of survivors and experts Photographs 3 maps. .
It is difficult to capture "In A Review Overall It "a review Overall It An Excellent it an excellent If you have not read up or know about this disaster I highly recommend reading this book You will learn about the nuclear race in the Soviet Union I did feel that the last part of the book was difficult to read That may have just been my own perception due to the author speaking about all the parties involved and having difficulty keeping track of all the Russian and Ukrainian names A fascinating read Covers the history of the Soviet nuclear programme the accident itself and the aftermath The Soviet overnment is shown at its shoddy corrupt worst while Western journalists were little better using the accident as a cold war stick and causing panic What is most shocking is the treatment of the ordinary people They had little information when the accident occurred as those at the top wished to hide their culpa. Available before the
fall of the Soviet Union Read's enthralling account is filled withof the Soviet Union Read's enthralling account is filled with of courage and also bumbling confus. I had finished reading Alive by this author and felt that he did an amazing job capturing the details and telling the story With that I decided to read Ablaze to learn about the Chernobyl accident Ablaze was a far tougher read The author did an excellent job providing the reader with a basic understanding of nuclear reactors and radiation This knowledge allows the reader to rasp the effects of the contaminationThe story told is fascinating frightening and concerning Yet it shows how in the midst of a crisis several parties stepped up to try and help It was interesting it shows how in the midst of a crisis several parties stepped up to try and help It was interesting see how there were so many concerned with their own self preservation in the party that no one wanted to take action when it was "NEEDED THE AUTHOR GOES INTO GREAT "The author oes into reat about the recovery efforts by all parties involved the suffering and tragic loss of those involved There is so much Hello, Snow! going on in this book that. The bestselling author of Blaze presents a heart pounding account of the world'sreatest nuclear disaster based on sources not. ,