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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 2 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 4 months ago by David C. Stone
Bill's writing is always very readable, but the stark reality of what we are polluting the atmosphere with and the effects on climate disruption made me have to stop and put the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Wilts
McKibben is truly brilliant, and he brilliantly communicates our terrifying reality. Every other struggle that humanity has ever faced, every civilization that has risen and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chris
Excellent eye opening book. And an easy and well documented read. Ought to be required reading in every high school and college science class.Published 4 months ago by Cameron Mosher
I got this book after Mary Piper referenced it in her book "The Green Boat". It was very hard to read. It's one of those books that you have to read in small intervals. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robb
The planet we currently live on has changed, its gone. McKibben suggests a new planet, called Eaarth, is where we now live as a result of climate change. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andy Diepstra
During the Apollo 8 mission in 1986, while the men were orbiting the moon, Commander Frank Borman decided to roll the craft for a directional realignment. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brandon Baxter