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The first question I asked before reading this book was, "Is it up date?". I still don't know the answer. However, I did read the revised edition (2003 vs the original 1999 edition) and would ... Read full review
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Review: Water: The Fate of Our Most Precious ResourceUser Review - Andy - Goodreads
Maybe it's the fact that I've read a lot of books on water but this one didn't really grab me. Most of what De Villier wrote is stuff I knew. It could be over-familiarity with the subject means I need ... Read full review
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