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This was the first book by McKibben I have read, and I have to say I am very impressed.
Author Bill McKibben isn't the first to call us out on what's happened to the world's climate, but EAARTH does as good a job laying out the facts as any I've seen.
He tells us how we can manage the changes that will be affecting our lives, rather than just let them happen to us.
A long anticipated update to Bill McKibben's The End of Nature book, Eaarth stresses that we've waited too long to address the causes of climate change. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Annette Lamb
The Republican/Teabaggers who screeched against this book in the reviews obviously never read much of it ... if at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by digipho
I bought it for my English class this semester. It's interesting. Not bad at all for college english class studyPublished 2 months ago by jb
Wouldn't read this on a rainy day, or if I'm feeling down.
Some parts are kind of disheartening; McKibben is brutally honest about what to expect in a changed world.
This book is incredibly boring. It is very disorganized. I have fallen asleep twice already and that's a first.
The author repeats the same thing throughout the entire book.
Eaarth is at once hopeful and devastating. Bill McKibben doesn't pull any punches about the effects of global warming on our planet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Porterfield-Brock
This book should be read by every concerned citizen. The writing is great, the story is gripping, the future is described and measures should be taken to abate the potential... Read morePublished 6 months ago by David C. Stone