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Stung did a fantastic job of explaining what humans have done to our oceans and how jellyfish are stepping in to take over. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Baldwin, M.
While the subject is fascinating, and the author's writing style enjoyable, I feel that she spends a lot of words going over topics multiple times. Read morePublished 8 months ago by C.A. Ruel
There are all kinds of books out with dire warnings about global warming. Few have the visceral impact of envisioning oceans full of mindless jellyfish, clogging power station... Read morePublished 9 months ago by R. Dalton
A terrifying, fascinating book. Wish some of this research would seep into mainstream media accounts of climate change. Definitely worth reading.Published 9 months ago by Anna J
A continuation of Rachel Carson's work, warning us of the results of our continued degradation of the earth but this time focused on the seas/oceans which are essentially out of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Richard Makman
I don't recommend this book. It's extremely long, and continues to repeat the same boring facts. Although what the author says is scary and true she's extremely negetive and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by alexx Robles
This is a very important book that everyone should read. It's important for us to know what we are doing to our planet and what we are leaving in store for future generations.Published 11 months ago by "Strange Affair"
By 2048 there will be no commercial fish in the oceans. Because of pollution, acidification, overfishing, climate change and oxygen loss among other factors, our oceans will soon... Read morePublished 11 months ago by C. St Claire
Well written; and scientifically grounded, Lisa-ann Gershwin introduces more detail about the rise of jellyfish and the anthropogenic collapse of the human-friendly oceans (though... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Hugh G. Peach