A lakeside community defends itself from hydrofracking and gas storage in this environmental thriller, the sequel to Michael J. Fitzgerald’s The Fracking War. Is this a band of eco-terrorists, as defined by U.S. law, or are they just good citizens desperate to defend their homes, their community and their water?
Crusading newspaper publisher Jack Stafford once again sets the stage for a familiar political scenario - how the U.S. government could silence energy industry critics and activists by labeling them 'eco-terrorists.'
“Fracking Justice captures exactly what is at stake, both for the planet and for our freedoms.” Will Potter, author, Green Is The New Red
“Read this page-turner and then pass it on.” Josh Fox, director of Gasland and Gasland 2
“Fracking Justice is a smart, powerful page-turner in a genre we need more of – environmental thriller. It’s exciting, edge-of-your-seat writing and all the more scary because it’s so timely.” Ellie Ashe, author, Chasing the Dollar
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book starts with a bang and never lets us! Strong writing and storytelling makes Fracking justice an exciting read, and also a very emotional one. I enjoyed this as much as the first book in the series, The Fracking War. Jack Stafford's journey back from his grief is handled exceptionally well. Though fiction, the story demonstrates the very real danger of allowing government and private entities to act without public accountability. It's a great read, filled with well-developed characters. Highly recommended for readers looking for a satisfying thriller with a heart.