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read this book, fill your roof with polystyrene, and buy a smaller car -- Independent
Demand will soon begin to outstrip supply this book looks, in short, at a world beyond oil -- David Smith, Sunday Times
This book may very well become for fossil fuels what Fast Food Nation was to food -- Publishers Weekly
Paul Roberts is a regular contributor to Harper's Magazine. He lives in Washington State, USA.
Roberts is a clear and extremely readable writer; he also tackles big subjects in a distinctly fair way. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mr. G. Morgan
A must read for where we are going. No detail is spared. While it paints a bleak image, its not too far off from where we are head unless we change. Read morePublished on 25 July 2011 by Brace, Brace, Brace
The book is written by a journalist, that's why I suppose the narrative of the oil industry is not so tedious or technical. Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 2010 by DMJ MIAH
Easily readable book covering the problems of further oil exploration, discovery and extraction, and then talks briefly about the problems of global warming. Read morePublished on 23 July 2008 by Too many books
I have read many books on peakoil and found this one of the best. I agree it goes on a little at times but all in all a great read on the subject.Published on 18 Oct. 2006 by Mr. Paul Keely
This book is a nice read about the subject.
The most relevant negative aspect is the fact that is too extensive. Read more
Although the number of "alarmist" publications about energy and climate fill the shelves, this book doesn't fit that category. Read morePublished on 2 May 2006 by Stephen A. Haines
Although the number of "alarmist" publications about energy and climate fill the shelves, this book doesn't fit that category. Read morePublished on 27 April 2006 by Stephen A. Haines
After hearing George Bush's state of the union address, i couldn't help but wonder if he had recently read this book too ! Read morePublished on 5 Mar. 2006 by D. S. Brelsford