Nice A-Z format, but the writer has taken the "warmist / alarmist" one-sided view of the story. Using quotes from politically motivated NGOs such as the WWF and other such "green/eco" groups who survive on funds by perpetuating the myth does not help his case. The IPCC is mentioned on many occasions, despite the hundreds of errors and retractions made by this body making it untrustworthy as a source of any solid empirical facts. Most output from the IPCC is based on finger in the wind computer modelling, and cherry-picked data where possible (Yamal tree data, for example).
If one simply knows that a rise in temperature PRECEDES a rise in CO2 - something glossed over by the author as "open to interpretation" then 99% of the premise of this book is destroyed. And as for the typical alarmist "there's more CO2 now than in the last 650,000 million years", well in fact, the ice cores show measurements of over 400ppm as recently as about 1700AD. and 420ppm about 200AD. Ice cores show similar carbon dioxide levels intermittently over the last 10,000 years.
One could go through this book an discredit each point, but that should be down the to educated reader. It has been noted as recently as this week that the more scientifically educated one is, the more likely that person will be sceptical / not-concerned about man-made climate change / global warming / climate disruption / whatever it is today - see "The polarizing impact of science literacy and numeracy on perceived climate change risks".
So, yes, read this book, but do not let this be the end of your education. You NEED to balance your knowledge with books that take their data from non-biased politically-motivated sources.