5 STAR REVIEW of SHATTERED EARTH

5 STAR BOOK REVIEW

Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers’ Favorite

 Shattered Earth: Approaching Extinction by Ian Prattis is a compelling prophecy for humanity. In this book, the author gives a strong warning against the threat to which human greed and abuse of the environment have subjected the earth. It is painful to read, but this is not fiction. The book unveils startling and disturbing facts to illustrate how much damage we have already caused the environment, from the throes of climate change to the evil of militarization, from excessive human greed to acts of violence and war. The author cites concrete examples of how the world is dying by using the experience of Australia with sand storms, volcanic eruptions, and coastal tsunamis, the widespread inundations in Bangladesh, the Netherlands and worldwide coastal regions, rising sea levels and many others.

Shattered Earth is a book with a message that should rouse every human being and make them ask serious questions about what they are doing to save the earth. While the planet is dying and many people are experiencing diseases and starvation, there is noticeable mindlessness that isn’t just shocking but evil. In prose that is beautiful and in a voice that is compelling, Ian Prattis invites readers to think about the fate of the planet and shares stories that are moving and revealing of the actions that are destroying our world. Shattered Earth: Approaching Extinction is a timely book and one that addresses environmental issues with much clarity. This is a book that should be promoted and now is the time to save the earth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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