Hatchet Job of the Day
This isn’t exactly a hatchet job but it would be difficult to make a book sound less appealing. Francesca Angelini reviewed KONSTANTIN in the Sunday Times :
While Bullough’s close observations of a man whose futuristic and prescient ideas will underpin the success of the Soviet space programme brings science to life, the pages devoted to weighty calculations and obscure Siberian geography render the novel esoteric and leave little room for characters to develop.
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