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A page turner and true inspiration if you have an interest in environmental law. An excellent account because the author witnessed much of the proceedings.Published 8 days ago by Linda Engle
a master-class in how to write non-fiction. beautifully crafted story-telling, never flashy, always in service of revealing this profound and epic story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas F. Lennon
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This was a great book. Very eye-opening. Had it been a novel, it probably wouldn't have been believable.Published 3 months ago by Cherie L.
The reader did a good job, so I cannot fault him for how boring this was, but the book was absolutely BRUTAL. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hunter Alexander
Very good book considering it is a detailing of the process the lawyers went through in trying to get this case through the courts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kat King
So much better than the movie. Provides all the reasons in the world to despise the legal system.Published 4 months ago by Michael Fisher