** Although it was an interesting book, it was extremely dry and full of needless information. I would recommend this book to anyone who has nothing else to read, as it is a very dull book.
Review: I am not sure about how to evaluate this book. I actually found very interesting the beginning and the first chapters, because I had never heard about the Gaia theory, and I am interested about the global warming topic. The problem is that, continuing reading, the author starts repeating again and again the same concepts, and, even if they are told in different ways, it's easy to understand that they are the same thing, and the books becomes boring. In fact, after having explained his theories about our future and the methods that we could use to try to reverse the global warming, the chapters are about topics out of the general theme, or repeating previous things. This chapters out of theme are about the history of his theory and about his attempts to be green. I know that this can be interesting to some people, but if I want to know his story I search for a biography book!
After this sins, I have to say that I have found his theories about our future a little too extreme, but perhaps he is right and I'm only hoping that he isn't right.
To conclude I'd say that I'd really suggest the first 159 pages to everyone interested in global warming or in his theory, but the rest of the book only to the author's fans.
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