The list author says: "After the Climategate controversy, the IPPC errors, and an unusual cold and snowy 2009/10 winter, the "denier's side" rushed to the printing houses, so by early 2010 there is quite a swarm of anti-climate change publications. In order to keep some balance (for the time being an impossible task), the latest (2009) and controversial pro-global warming books are also included. As more books go to press from any side, I will keep the list updated and better balanced."
"Written before Climategate, the author takes into a historical tour and goes into all the details to build a solid rebuttal against one of the main arguments from the skeptical side: why is silly to question the validity of climate simulation models. 2010"
"Although I do not think this is a controversial book but instead very thought provoking, due to the May 2010 publication of the Hartwell Paper, partially inspired in Hulmes' work, now it became controversial. 2009"
"A rare work standing in the middle ground, presenting the views of both sides of the controversy and their attempts to manipulate us. Despite criticism that might arise particularly from the warmer side, Stewart is bold and politically incorrect enough to delivers what he promises. Finally someone dared to break the spiral of silence. Highly recommended. 2010"
"Though the book was put together in just 30 days the authors deliver a truly forensic analysis of the CRU e-mails. The book presents a selection of the e-mails in chronological order with proper context. Be aware that this work does NOT belong to the "GW is death" category, but they show beyond doubt the reprehensible behavior of key climate scientists (the Team) involved in the scandal. 2010"