6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: Glass House: Climate Change in the Third Millennium (Kindle Edition)M F Smith has written a real page turner here (or do we now need an equivalent phrase for Kindle such as "page down clicker"?). The domestic dialogue has a very authentic ring to it - plus a fair smattering of humour - one suspects that, somewhere in the UK, M F Smith really does tons of baked bean cans secretly stashed away.
The talk and intrigue in the corridors of power seemed somewhat less plausible. But then again, we don't really know how especially ridiculous politicians would become, nor how comprehensively mandarins would dissemble, if climate change really did become the imminent, existential disaster depicted in this book.
A thumping good read - well worth the time spent.
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