The book in my opinion is a downer. We all know air travel is stressful and can be difficult but it seemed to just stay in that realm the entire way through. Honestly it might be different if it was read from another narrator, I can't really say but from the beginning it's just a downer. There were some interesting things about pilots and aircraft procedures midway through the book but overall, it just wasn't for me.
Some interesting facts.
Easy listening and easy to understand.
Smooth narration, very easy to listen to. Not too negative or overly positive sounding.
This was an unexpected delight. I've always been interested in the topic of hydraulic fracturing after watching the documentary film Gas Land, but for it to be a story about several different people and their paths in history, it was something I didn't want to stop listening to. It was also very even keeled since he points out all aspects of it, especially around the Dimock, PA wells.
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