posts on 10/18/2005 12:15:43 PM
What is the best one to start off with? Ezekiel Steiner
posts on 9/26/2005 6:31:50 PM
Rad Decision was written by an engineer with over twenty years experience in the American nuclear industry (me). It includes an overview of how electricity is made and a step-by-step, inside look at how a nuclear plant operates - - from its equipment to its people to the politics and money behind it. Chernobyl, TMI and the wonderful world of radiation are also discussed. Armed with this background, the reader plunges into a nuclear accident in the making.
Just click on “Get Your Own Copy of the Book” on the Review Summary page to go to the blog which is serializing the novel at no cost.
Here's a way to learn about energy issues in general -- and nuclear power in particular -- and be entertained at the same time.
The intended audience for Rad Decision is the lay reader who is concerned about nuclear energy. The more technically-inclined will also find plenty of satisfying detail. Beyond the nuclear information, the author has spent a great deal of time ensuring that Rad Decision is, first and foremost, an enjoyable thriller.
No nuclear insider has ever told this story before - - there is simply no book on the market like Rad Decision.
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