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I found the book to be well written, well footnoted and an easy read.
Faulkner's main assumption is that fracking technology provides a means for America to solve its energy problem with less risk and great gain.
Even though Faulkner makes a case that Gasland is sensationalist and inaccurate, it seems to me this book and Gasland is the perfect pairing.
very well written. covers many salient points regarding types of energy, their effects on climate change, people's lives and future usage. Read morePublished 20 days ago by S. Tomacelli
Straight forward and direct account of the big picture energy issues and the role that racking plays A plea for rational and sensible approaches rather than emotional pleas that do... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pearstewks
Chris, i got to admit the book was incredible...Easy to read and understandable for the average citizen...Great graphics too.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joseph Simo, Jr.
This is a timely and reassuring book. I have no association with petroleum engineering though I have one friend who receives a regular check from leases on his property. Read morePublished 1 month ago by W. Jamison
This is a well-written book. Other reviewers have done excellent review of the book. In addition, I like the compact form of the book. I read it over a weekend. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Oluropo Rufus Ayodele
The Fracking Truth: Chris Faulkner
Understanding the energy revolution has always created much controversy and discussion among politicians, those in the industry and... Read more
The Fracking Truth is a well-written clear book that describes the positive side of fracking. I will not try to recreate Chris Faulkner's arguments; they are well constructed, well... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel G. Lebryk
I was sought out and asked to review this book so I received an advance print copy ahead of the release date. Read morePublished 2 months ago by William McPeck