I never thought I’d find myself reading a trashy novel, let alone having trouble putting it down. Well, it’s really not really a trashy novel, but a insightful investigation into what happens to our trash. Most of us don’t give it much thought after we watch it disappear around the corner in the stinking trash truck – glad to again breathing relatively fresh air.
We’re only reminded on the unimaginable quantities of trash discarded by developed countries when we see a TV snippet or online report about how the stream of floating trash spans across the Pacific, from the U.S all the way to China.
Garbage Land is well written, a surprising enjoyable read. As you read it you feel as if you’re talking to your green conscious neighbor. The author is a good interviewer, research, detective, and humorous storyteller.
I was glad that I was reading it on my during my train commute otherwise I would have been subject to some unwarranted scrutiny. Garbage Land provides insights into the politics of trash and a glimpse into the lives of the hard-working folks that handle this never-ending, six days a week job. Check it out, along with the other green reading recommendations at the Green Blizzard Store.
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Its not a the typical trashy novel, more like an investigative thriller. Download it onto your tablet.
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