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Would you consider the audio edition of The Spy Who Changed the World to be better than the print version?
Well read, good story and you really want to keep listening when the time to listen runs out. I sat in my car a couple of times to listen to the end of chapter. the book doesnt get bogged down with the technical details of spying, rather it focuses on the story. Really enjoyed it.
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For once a book title making bold claims can not be described as hyperbole. Fuchs was a key player in developing the atomic bomb for the US and in ensuring that both the Soviet Union and UK were also able to develop a nuclear capability. Without Fuchs the U.S. and USSR would still , in the first case definitely and in the latter probably, developed the weapon, though not so quickly. Without Fuchs input it is unlikely that the UK could have done so. This is a fascinating tale, the central character remaining, even after you finish reading, an enigma.
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