The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet

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  • Publisher Dutton Signed edition May 18, 2021
  • Language English
  • Hardcover 304 pages
  • ISBN 10 0525555218
  • ISBN 13 978 0525555216
  • Item Weight 1.1 pounds
  • Dimensions 5.8 x 1.09 x 8.55 inches

The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet

The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet Unlimited The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet - by John Green - The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet, The Anthropocene Reviewed Signed Edition Essays on a Human Centered Planet Instant bestseller A deeply moving collection of personal essays from John Green the author of The Fault in Our Stars and Turtles All the Way Down The perfect book for right now Pe The Anthropocene Reviewed Episodes WNYC Studios Podcasts Aug , The Anthropocene Reviewed, Reviewed Aug , John Green reviews the podcast The Anthropocene Reviewed Listen Mortification and Civilization Jul , John Green reviews mortification and civilization Listen Seventeen Listener Suggestions, Reviewed Jun The Anthropocene Reviewed Signed Edition Essays on a The Anthropocene Reviewed is the perfect book to read over lunch or to keep on your nightstand, whenever you need a reminder of what it is to feel small and human, in the best possible way San Francisco Chronicle The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green The Anthropocene Reviewed is a collection of essays in which the author, John Green, reviews everything from famous art pieces to the QWERTY keyboard yes, really The reviews are insightful, well researched and utterly captivating, the language is beautiful and each and every essay leaves an impression. Books John Green Turtles All the Way Down The Anthropocene Reviewed Anthropocene Magazine from Future Earth The word anthropocene has become the closest thing there is to common shorthand for this turbulent, momentous, unpredictable, hopeless, hopeful time duration and scope still unknown Vandana Singh We pore through stacks of peer reviewed journals so you don t have to Our Daily Science posts provide short, sharp summaries of the Anthropocene The Anthropocene Reviewed is a podcast and book by author John Green, where he reviews different facets of the human centered planet on a five star scale In , the American death metal band Cattle Decapitation released its seventh Anthropocene Journal ScienceDirect by Elsevier Anthropocene is an interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal answering questions about the nature, scale and extent of interactions between people and Earth processes and systems The scope of the journal includes the significance of human activities in altering Earth s landscapes, oceans, the atmosp Read Elementa Science of the Anthropocene University of Elementa Science of the Anthropocene is a trans disciplinary, open access journal committed to the facilitation of collaborative, peer reviewed research With the ultimate objective of accelerating scientific solutions to the challenges presented by this era of human impact, it is uniquely structured into distinct knowledge domains, and gives Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene PNAS Aug , The Anthropocene is a proposed new geological epoch based on the observation that human impacts on essential planetary processes have become so profound that they have driven the Earth out of the Holocene epoch in which agriculture, sedentary communities, and eventually, socially and technologically complex human societies developed. John Green The Anthropocene Reviewed The Anthropocene Reviewed book is out now The book is a a deeply moving and insightful collection of personal essays from bestselling author John Green, adapted from his critically acclaimed podcast The Anthropocene Reviewed.Available now. Unlimited The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet - by John Green - The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet, The Anthropocene Reviewed Signed Edition Essays on a Human Centered Planet Instant bestseller A deeply moving collection of personal essays from John Green the author of The Fault in Our Stars and Turtles All the Way Down The perfect book for right now Pe Unlimited The Anthropocene Reviewed (Signed Edition): Essays on a Human-Centered Planet - by John Green

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  1. Underrated signature Written in green sharpie, the name John stands out in it s simplicity and implication of the last name through color.


  2. John Green is an answer I use in somewhat overused the If you could have lunch with a famous person ice breaker, and to me, this book felt like that lunch Each chapter felt like sitting down with a friend, skipping past the somewhat mundane catching up and jumping right to the weird observations of the universe that the best conversations turn into I was not introduced to John Green through his work as an author, but rather the picking of his own brain he shares with the world on YouTube For yea [...]


  3. Anyone that has read this book, or is familiar with the podcast, will see the humor in having to give the book a rating on a five star scale This is an insightful, thought provoking, funny, and sometimes emotional collection of short essays about various random topics that John Green has decided to write about over the past couple years There are about 45 individual essays, and in each one Green briefly discusses an idea or topic and how it has affected him Each essay then ends with a review rat [...]


  4. I just received this book yesterday and I m having trouble getting much else done Such an enjoyable read so far, and I can t seem to set it down I want to read the rest of it, but I also have to work Decisions, decisions.I saw another reviewer say it was like going to lunch with an old friend, and that seems the most apt description I will no doubt read it than once, and share it with the people I love.


  5. I have loved The Anthropocene Reviewed podcast, and the book has a similar delightfully engaging, emotional, funny, and thoughtful take on the human experience.


  6. I m not sure if I should care about giving stars, but I do I do it with enthusiasm and vigor, and it s one of the things that I feel happy about doing.First thing, this book is a chore Seriously, I have to devote my full attention to it I can t listen to kids or casually watch people get on the train I, unfortunately, have to pay attention.Second, I don t like crying There are so few times when I have felt like I understood the author Here, I felt like the author understood me My neuroticism, cu [...]


  7. This book is as good, if not better, than the podcast of the same name The way John reviews the anthropocene makes me laugh and cry every single time It never gets old, I know I will read and reread this book for years to come.


  8. As has become my habit with Mr Green s last several books, I devoured this one in its entirety on the evening of its release This one is, of course, different, being his first foray into nonfiction a mode that suits him well This work is at once educational and entertaining Quite educational and entertaining, in fact, even though I had already imbibed most of its content via podcast form Still, there is freshness in Green s voice his perspective is both raw and refreshing, harsh at times but eve [...]


  9. I don t often read non fiction, this was a recommendation and something of an impulse buy I m so glad I did, this book resonates with me unlike anything I ve read since The Alchemist The author writes so engagingly and openly, bearing his often cracked or damaged soul, that it draws you in and you realise that much like old oil paintings, the cracks are part of what makes it beautiful What makes us beautiful I cannot recommend enough, read this book I give it ten stars.


  10. My favourite of John s books so far, although I have loved them all The Anthropocene Reviewed is a great book if you ve only got a little bit of time as you can read a chapter here and there It s helped me actually get some sleep as I haven t felt the need to read it all in one sitting, and therefore it has given me many hours of entertainment than a novel John makes all the topics interesting I now know a fair bit of interesting info about Dr Pepper, despite having never tasted it.