- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 401 KB
- Print Length: 257 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1844549895
- Publisher: John Blake (1 Jun. 2010)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 184358204X
- ISBN-13: 978-1843582045
- ASIN: B0078XGYMK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #576,084 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
As other reviewers point out, this book warns (you guessed it) AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN.....(AND AGAIN...) of the coming MASS MIGRATIONS "to the north and west" of people's who lands to the south become unusable due to climate change. We're warned of the complete breakdown of society as we know it and we're told we'll be governed by extreme right-wing regimes in the near future.Read more ›
The author is not keen on "immigrants".
This book left me feeling cold. I'll keep it only to use it as kindling when I need it.
Some of the chapters are interesting to read through as a 'what if' scenario, but is best left to the fiction shelves rather than a scientific outlook on climate change.
The chapter on Labour party immigration policy is particularly imaginative, as I don't ever recall Labour party ministers thinking more immigrants would mean more core Labour votes - a bit far-fetched if you ask me. That chapter was one of the areas where I couldn't really see the connection with the potential cooling effects of climate change and what the author was talking about.
I didn't finish reading this book, as I figured there wasn't much point as the facts were not backed up with hard science, and wasn't structured well enough to be a fiction novel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I BOUGHT IT BECAUSE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS TO THE WEATHER IN THE NEAR FUTURE MY DAD READ IT FIRSTPublished on 15 Jan. 2014 by MARTIN HACKWORTH
Quite interesting little book. Puts some scenarios for a different future for weather in Britian. Probably better getting this from library. Most people will read this only once.Published on 8 July 2012 by M.C.
I have read Frozen Britain three times now and keep returning to various chapters prompted by current events as reported on the news. Read morePublished on 1 Aug. 2011 by Mr D. Smith.
A must read for all those interested in Climate change . Well written , easy to follow , thought provoking .Published on 22 Jan. 2011 by Mrs. L. Thomas
Alarmist/dramatic are some of the words that spring to mind when reading this, the many errors had me starting to lose faith in the book early on and I lost interest though did... Read morePublished on 5 Jan. 2011 by Sue.
This is an interesting book with little new but written in a popular style. Unfortunately the author looses credibility quickly because of his confusion of different temperature... Read morePublished on 2 Jan. 2011 by Mr. G. Steele
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