Annals of Science, 43 (1986)
'...Hendry's book is an important contribution to the literature on the history of twentieth-century physics. Not only is his account highly competent and well written, but it also incorporates most of the important scholarly research in this field of the past two decades. Hendry's attempt to obtain a greater insight into the philosophy of quantum theory of exploring its history will stimulate both historians and philosophers of science.'
'...recommend Hendry's thoughtful and carefully documented book. It is an ambitious and stimulating work which should interest any historian of modern physics. ... students specializing in the history of modern physics are well advised to study it carefully.'
The Modern Schoolman (November 1983)