The China Syndrome

The China Syndrome☀ [PDF / Epub] ★ The China Syndrome By Burton Wohl ✍ – Heartforum.co.uk The China SyndromeIMDb Directed by James Bridges With Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon, Michael Douglas, Scott Brady A reporter finds what appears to be a cover up of safety hazards at a nuclear power plant Th The China SyndromeIMDb Directed by James Bridges With Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon, Michael Douglas, Scott Brady A reporter finds what appears to be a cover up of safety hazards at a nuclear power plant The China Syndrome Blu RayJane Fonda, Jack Achetez The China Syndrome Blu Ray petit prix Livraison gratuite voir cond Retrouvez infos avis sur une large slection de DVD Blu ray neufs ou The China PDF/EPUB or d occasion Le Syndrome chinois WikipdiaThe China Syndrome WikipediaThe China SyndromeRotten Tomatoes A true nailbiter, The China Syndrome is a potent harbinger of the potential devastation that can be wrought when humans attempt to harness an energy source they The China Flats Syndrome Was there a reactor China syndrome first appeared in print soon after this incident The fourth and most famous US nuclear accident occurred in Marchwith the partial meltdown of Unitat the Three Mile Island plant near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Oddly, the fictional meltdown movie The China Syndrome had come out justdays earlier.

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  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • The China Syndrome
  • Burton Wohl
  • English
  • 25 May 2017
  • 9780553130171

10 thoughts on “The China Syndrome

  1. Rebecca McNutt says:

    The basis for the amazing and chilling film by the same name, The China Syndrome is an incredibly thrilling book which tries to sound an alarm about science going too far, very timely for the days of the Cold War.

  2. Donald says:

    This has the worst editing job I've ever seen in a novel. It totally killed any enjoyment I might have had from the story. Here is just one example. It is a one sentence paragraph (something my English teachers told me doesn't exist), and I quote And while a frowning, anxious Kimberly was fighting her way through downtown traffic, fifteen miles away, at the far end of Los Angeles County, a group of C.G.&E. employees standing outside their cafeteria, reading a company bulletin board, when Jack Godell and Ted Spindler came into the hall. This isn't even a sentence, let alone a paragraph. There isn't a verb. This is just a bunch of thoughts strung together with no meaning. Terrible.

  3. Mary H. says:

    A thrilling book at the time of its' release.

  4. Robb Coulter says:

    Fast paced and an easy read. this book was made into a pretty good movie with Jane Fonda, Mike Douglas and Jack Lemon. Tells the story of a news journalist, her camera man buddy and how they elicit the help of a nuclear plant supervisor to stop a potential nuclear accident. The book is named for a theoretical nuclear disaster that would have a nuclear core burn right through the planet stopping on the other side of the world; China.

  5. Joe Noir says:

    At the time this book and film were released (back when I read it) it was generating discussion about nuclear power, and whether a China Syndrome event could really happen. Obviously, that debate has cooled since, and I'm not certain the book or the film has the same impact now. I found it interesting and entertaining. Good, but not great.

  6. Pete says:

    The best thing about the novel is that it is likely to encourage debate on the role of nuclear power in America. The novel is written with a definite bias against that energy source but the reality is that all forms of power generation have pros and cons. The novel itself was fairly well written and did a good job of showing the ethical dilemma the central characters were faced with.

  7. Lysergius says:

    The China Syndrome refers to a reactor core that burns its way through the earth to China. Inspired by the Three Mile Island reactor accident.

  8. Keith says:

    The movie was blessed with exquisite timing for its premier. I saw the movie and then read the book in 1979.

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