Goodreads rating: 4.39.
The book offers
- a brief tour of the physics behind climate change and the role played by human activity;
- a skeptical discussion of climate models;
- some stronger, some weaker examples of distorted reports, by scientists and the media, regarding causal links between human activity, climate change, and extreme weather events, sea level change, or production (opponents claim that these examples are cherry-picked; Koonin retorts that scientific reports should be correct);
- a plausible prediction of national adaption policies rather than international cooperation to strongly reduce emissions.
For some critical reviews (some not compelling) of the book, see Wikipedia.