New Review of "Warnings"

This 5-star review was recently posted at Amazon:

Smith skillfully makes this and other controversies seem not just important, but exciting. Meteorology, in his telling, has the same bare-knuckle energy we see in politics or sports. These battles, many of which Smith himself fought in, reveal how much of our modern, weather-safe lifestyle is contingent on personalities, and could have gone another way.

While weather forecasters often appear starchy and bland, Smith makes the weather into an urgent concern, and a remarkable victory. This story turns the weather into a quest, and meteorologists into the most unlikely heroes in recent literature.

The entire review is here. Thanks to reviewer Kevin Nenstiel.

Just click to read the first chapter.

You might wish to consider Warnings as a Christmas gift for someone interested in weather or just a great non-fiction book written in mystery book style.

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