Here we are. I'm going to carry on doing this you know. Your apathy can't stop me.
"At the opening of the book, the narrator, an everyman named John, describes a time when he was planning to write a book about what important Americans did on the day Hiroshima was bombed. While researching this topic, John becomes involved with the children of Felix Hoenikker, a fictional Nobel laureate physicist who helped develop the atomic bomb."
After you've read it, find this thread again and post your thoughts on it. It'll save me from bumping it anyway. Cheers.
Also, here's a facebook group.