THE ANTHROPOCENE REVIEWED is a collection of essays inspired by John Green's beloved podcast of the same name, which discusses various facets of the Anthropocene, otherwise known as the geological age since humanity began to shape the world around them. Some of the subjects are light, like Taco Bell's breakfast menu, and some more serious, like drug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, but all are scored on a five-star scale. Featuring Green's beautiful knack for storytelling, this is a must have for not only any self-respecting John Green fan, but also anyone curious about the world we live in.
THIS COPY will be signed by John Green on a page bound into the book. It is a new, unread, unopened edition. Published in May, 2021 by Dutton, an imprint of Penguin Random House.
JOHN GREEN (pictured below from our Wall of Fame) is a homeboy, having lived in Birmingham and attended high school south of town, which was the model used in Looking for Alaska. Time Magazine named him one of the world's 100 most influential people His books have sold around the world and The Fault in Our Stars was made into a blockbuster movie. Thank you John Green for signing our books.