Nature, and a hometown review
He calls the book a
thoughtful piece of journalism, exploring the complex landscape of drilling, finance and politics that brought a gusher of oil and gas to a country convinced that its hydrocarbon heyday was over
and praises its “engaging narrative.”
In a great bit of reporting, told with some comedy, Gold describes the laboratory preparation of the frack fluid to be injected underground.
My book is not chockfull of humor, but there are nuggets in there. Thanks for spotting them.