And, as an aside, I really enjoyed his book "Monsters" and have read it several times!
Well written and accessible, this is a fascinating and usefull book that provides a context for which to chart ones own path in these tumultuous times.
It is this redefinition of what the future and what future technology will look like that is the scope of Greer's most recent book.
It gives a trustable view of the future, based on comparisons with similar situations mankind has passed in the whole history.Published 6 months ago by Jose Francisco de Paula Salles
For me, John Michael Greer, is always a good time read.
A beautiful examination of a most probable future. Read more
"The Ecotechnic Future" is a book by John Michael Greer, an independent scholar, organic farmer and Druid (sic) who has become something of a household word within the so-called... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ashtar Command
I found The Long Descent to be a true masterpiece that blended the stories cultures tell themselves with the reality of finite resources. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Brian Rose
Let me put it this way: If Greer is correct in his predictions then the Ecotechnic Future is one of the most important books now occupying shelf space in any library. Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by Kimera
Until recently I was a fan of Greer's books. Though I'm not a druid, I found them insightful and occasionally profound with some notable limitations. Read morePublished on June 24, 2012 by Ntropee
I liked how John Michael Greer took the hubris out of modern notions of history. He subjects humanity to the same ecological limits as other animals, and correctly points out that... Read morePublished on March 25, 2011 by Chester Christopher
this book is fascinating. i have read several peak oil books but this one stands out in that it offers more
possible outcomes for the future. Read more
The book is an easy read with well backed conclusions. It is definitely worth enriching yourself with author's point of view. Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by B. Vidolov