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I like to read books about (relatively) small events in history that have been forgotten or are told in such a manner that a regular person can read it without getting too technical.
The Children's Blizzard :comes to mind.
Anyways, I was wondering if anyone had heard of any books about what happened at Chernobyl, that wasn't terribly technical?
I was fascinated by the mystery by Martin Cruz Smith Wolves Eat Dogs...I think that was the name....that took place in the area years after. I didn't get as involved in the mystery aspect as I did the tidbits of information about the site and what it is like now. I'm sure there are historical books that are more informative.