Interesting, worth reading to add to one's knowledge of global warming.
The movie "The Day After Tomorrow" was based on this book. Even though the movie was a little too preachy for my taste, I still enjoyed it. As for the book, I couldn't even finish it.
Couldn't be a more timely and imperative book.
Have enjoyed both of the authors work, and loved it when Art was still on Coast to Coast AM
This book was co-authored by Art Bell. It was the original book to inspire the movie "The Day After Tommorrow". It talks about the conditions that exist right now that can cause sudden and dramatic climate change. It goes into speculative history about past ice ages, floods and into possible causes for lasting change in the weather and environmental "status quo" on a global scale. Reads more like a novel in some places. Afterall Whitley is a fiction writer.
Part fiction and part fact, literally. A fictional account of our future is interspersed chapter by chapter among current and historical events. An amusing read, but please keep your common sense handy as this book is a bit sensationalist. The fiction thread ought to be (a little too) familiar if you've seen "The Day After Tomorrow".
The book definitely made me think.