Author mention in Guadrian article, November 2009
Mention in Sunday Herald, November 2009
Author article in Sunday Telegraph, November 2009 promoting book.
Christopher Booker narrates this story with the journalist's pace and eye for telling detail and the historian's forensic thoroughness which have made him a formidable opponent of humbug...the shelf of sceptical books keeps filling and Booker's belongs there with the best. (The Spectator)
Big author article in Daily Mail, November 2009.
A thought-provoking book ... If you have an open mind, read and enjoy Booker's polemic. (Tribune)
Christopher Booker is a columnist in the UK Telegraph and with an irresistible combination of wit, clarity and a razor-sharp intellect, invariably talks nothing but absolute common sense. (Australian Climate Madness website)
'Booker's gripping and intelligent polemic is worth reading.' (The Catholic Herald)
Recommended in The Mail on Sunday.
Whether you agree with Booker or not, this is an important, brave book making and explaining many valid points. (The Scotsman)
Sir Tim Rice's 'Book of the Year' 2009. (The Lady)
Author mention in Spectator article, February 2010
If you are uncertain what to believe in this matter, or if you are inclined to believe that truth and virtue are all on the side of the AGW people, you should read Booker and take his various punches, sometimes quite telling in points of detail, on the chin. Think, don't dismiss, is the rule here. (The Australian)
This is a well researched book containing a lot of food for thought ... [it] will allow readers to form a rational view. (Chemistry World)
The most important book I've ever read (Fires & Fireplaces)
Meticulously researched, provocative and challenging... Buy this book and read it carefully. It needs your attention. Read it, because it will make you stop and think and wonder and question where our politicians are leading us. (Irish Times)
[Booker] digs, he makes the calls, he reads the small print, he takes up the cause of the little man and campaigns, he speaks truth to power without fear or favour ... I'd rate [Booker] among the greatest [journalists] of the age ... [The Real Global Warming Disaster]is another of those classics which any vaguely intelligent person who wants to know what's really going on needs to read. (James Delingpole, The Spectator)
I, and anyone seriously interested in this subject, owes a great debt to Christopher Booker, who has set down all the arguments for doubt in a single, concise book ... I think anyone remotely concerned about this huge controversy should read this courageous piece of work. (Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday)
Christmas books list, November 2009. (The Spectator)
The pace and intrigue of an espionage thriller (Daily Express)
Review, December 2009. (The Tablet)