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✷ The Imitation Game Epub ✺ Author Jim Ottaviani – Submitsites.info Today, Alan Turing Is Considered The Father Of Theoretical Computer Science And Artificial Intelligence The Mathematician, Born On June Was A Brilliant World War II Codebreaker And Parlayed That Insight Into Theorizing And Creating The First Stored Memory Computers Unfortunately, This Officer Of The British Empire Was Persecuted By The British Government Of The Time For His Homosexuality And Suffered Through Chemical Castration Before Ending His LifeThe Imitation Game By Feynman Author Jim Ottaviani And Resistance Illustrator Leland Purvis Chronicles The Life Of Turing In A Full Size Graphic Novel Available Online At


10 thoughts on “The Imitation Game

  1. B Schrodinger B Schrodinger says:

    I was down in Melbourne over the Easter weekend for the International Comedy Festival good times and I visited the large Dymocks on Collins St Not too bad of a store But Melbourne is lacking in really good book stores amazing for a city so sophisticated and nice Anyway, I stumbled across this book the same author as the


  2. Doreen Doreen says:

    3.5 for the last few pages Great story, but I thought the execution could have been smoother, and the entire narrative framed better Didn t understand the point of the interview set up, and it felt like I had to fill in too many story related blanks on my own Glad to see Alan Turing s story getplay, though What happened to him wa


  3. Lara Maynard Lara Maynard says:

    I ve read quite a bit about Alan Turing and Bletchley Park and codebreakers during WW2, and have watched a number of related documentaries, as well as The Imitation Game movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Turing So going into this book I wondered if it might just beof the same for me But I was quite impressed I found that this format


  4. Daphne Daphne says:

    How could such an interesting story be presented in such a boring manner


  5. Tanja Tanja says:

    I got this book on Netgalley in exchange for a review.This biographical graphic novel is one of my favorite reads ever It describes the life of Alan Turing, the father of computer science I can t tell exactly how accurate this is, but it s fascinating and heartbreaking to read.The story is told from a few different points of view It can be a bit confusing


  6. Morris Morris says:

    Review to come.This unbiased rating is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher.


  7. Yzabel Ginsberg Yzabel Ginsberg says:

    I received a copy of this book through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review A good general biography of Alan Turing Not going into many details, as this wouldn t be really convenient in graphic novel form anyway, but comprehensive enough to encompass the most important aspects of his work.Sometimes this comics reminded me of Breaking the Code I guess that was because


  8. Kendra Kendra says:

    Really well done Not super uplifting I learned things Annnnnd not all of those things were things I wanted to know History is always so sad, you guys.Most of the technical stuff went over my head But it was also really fascinating even when I couldn t understand it I loved the way all the different voices told the story, with Alan himself coming in too.


  9. Sean Kennedy Sean Kennedy says:

    This graphic novel managed to dowith Turing s tragic and short life than the limpid movie with the same name attempted.


  10. Shealea Shealea says:

    The Imitation Game film 2014 left me in tears, and so when I saw this title, I was very much interested in reading it And let me tell you something this did not disappoint me at all I don t read graphic novels very often, but I really enjoyed my reading experience with The Imitation Game I would highly recommend this to people in search of nonfiction, historical accounts told in a wonderfully creati


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