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Fabulous Book from one of my favorite authors. This compares two views, one group is for killing off the wild pigs that have over taken the Channel Islands off of Santa Barbara... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vrae
Definitely not his best, but does clearly show the difficult decisions involved when humans interfere with natural ecosystems.Published 1 month ago by Billie Jo
Boyle makes this story more complicated than it needs to be with about 3 times the detail it needs.Published 2 months ago by Sara L. Orem
I learned a lot about the Santa Cruz islands and the shipping lanes off Santa Barbara. The story about two environmentalists with different approaches and philosophies to what... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tim P.
Warning: Spoilers Ahead
This was my first T.C. Boyle book, and I was very disappointed.
"When the Killing's Done" does not seem like the work of a well respected... Read more
Invasive species on a channel island, zealots with agendas, exciting sea adventure, something for us all. I found it hard to put down. TC Boyle tells a good tale with this book.Published 5 months ago by Meredith
Fairly weak story/plot that did not really get the environmental objective across. The character buildup was also too predictive.Published 6 months ago by Al Verna
Some of the most gorgeous nature writing I've read. I polished this book off in two days. Very compelling and beautiful.Published 7 months ago by Michelle
TC Boyle always shows us that being with other humans is not always easy. He adeptly captures the conflict between saving the environment by eliminating invasive species and just... Read morePublished 8 months ago by companyCEO