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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Volatile Fickle Unpredictable Undependable Price Of Oil: The VFUU Price of Oil by Michelle Spaul is a book about how much we depend on oil in our daily lives and how it affects us. Without being boring or too technical, this book talks about how it is affecting our lives and the economy, and how it can be controlled. What intrigued me the most was the fact that there were pretty decent examples of people who have controlled their consumption of oil and how they are living a life without oil.
One thing I would like to point out is that the author, Michelle Spaul, is not naming names and bad mouthing them. Spaul is talking about the benefits of the oil industry and encouraging people to make life as oil free as possible because it definitely is a huge burden on current economic conditions. Despite being perceived as a subject that many people might find boring, it really is not.
You will appreciate the tone the writer uses and will enjoy reading this book. I really commend the author’s word choice and Spaul made sure the reader would definitely be not dozing off while they are reading this book. You will be smiling along with the situations and descriptions. Plus, the book taught me how much the world is changing and how many people are willing to bring about these changes in their lives. This book was certainly enlightening and entertaining at the same time.