Fruits of War

LONGLISTED FROM THE AVENTIS PRIZE 2006

The Fruits of War

“Michael White … populariser of science par excellence tackles this theme with gusto … White shows himself the master of his trade. The pace never slackens … As an introduction to the whole business of science, discovery, war and combat, one can hardly think of anything better” Robert Fox, Evening Standard

“White confidently stretches his reputation as a biographer of Leonardo, Newton and Einstein … His talent for digesting and repackaging scientific history and difficult ideas for a lay readership holds up well”

PUBLISHED

2005

Category

Non Fiction

Tags
Non Fiction