Publication Date: June 2, 2011
In Tipping Point by Simon Rosser, the world is on the brink of an ecological disaster. Climatologists are found dead, and the investigation into their passing takes one man around the globe and into a conspiracy to melt the ice caps and send the world to its tipping point.
While I think Rosser does his best to write a credible scientific story, I’d be lying to say that I understood every point. That said, Tipping Point is a freaking fabulous thriller. Despite not getting all of the science, I enjoyed this smart and fast read. Not only is Rosser’s novel a well written and a fun roller coaster ride, but it makes you think about global warming and what it is doing in regard to the future of our planet.