Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. This novel received criticism from climate scientists, [23] [24] [25] science journalists [26] [27] and environmental groups [28] [29] for inaccuracies and misleading information. Please try again later. Eestado scenes will be connected later. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: It was a new version of the science of witch-hunts as in Salem Mass. Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods and will niedo on when your payment clears — opens in a new window or tab.

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Shelves: fiction , books-i-hope-die State of Fear is centered around a plot by eco-terrorists to bring world attention to global warming by, you guessed it, blowing up half the world. First of all, the book, released in , asks you to believe that there is a "state of fear" being pushed on the public in order to "scare" them into belief of State of Fear is centered around a plot by eco-terrorists to bring world attention to global warming by, you guessed it, blowing up half the world.

The premise, that politicians, journalists and celebrities use fear tactics to control the population is as old as time itself. It is a practice that has been used in the history of every society on the face of the planet at some point, throughout human history. It is telling that Crichton has good friends in the oil industry, won an award for "journalism" for this book from oil producers in the US the first award of its type, created specifically for him , and that Crichton was one of a handful of people who got a private audience with George W.

Bush to "advise" him on Global Warming. Beware those powerful, evil climatologists and academics! Over the course of the story, he receives his "education" on the evils of the climate change lobby by John Kenner. Kenner is a rogue agent of some mysterious government detective agency, because it could only be, obviously, a shadowy CIA-like agency that would have the courage to stand up to the vicious tree huggers.

Nowhere in the novel is the action as heavy as the dialog, and Kenner takes up most of the space with his self-indulgent rants. The characters are flat, lifeless and dull, and nothing in this book is as intelligent, quirky or interesting as the plot devices and concepts Crichton has come up with in his other works.


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It makes sense, on the surface, that ending the use of a pesticide that kills mosquitoes would increase malaria. This book was intriguing to me. Anyone who likes a great story. Michael Michae, continues to impress with both his story telling and with his researching capabilities. The book, like all Crichton novels, is thoroughly researched and the result is a sublime mix of science and technology on one hand and suspense, mystery and action driven plot on the other. The main plot begins when Michsel Morton, a millionaire philanthropist, and Peter Evans, a junior associate from the law firm of Hassle and Black, arrive in Iceland. I definitely recommend this for fans of Crichton, or anyone interested in climatology.





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