Green Is the New Red Named One of the “Best Books of 2011”

by Will Potter on December 6, 2011

in News

Kirkus Reviews has released its list of the “Best Books of 2011,” and I’m happy to announce that Green Is the New Red: An Insider’s Account of a Social Movement Under Siege made the non-fiction list! 

It’s quite an honor to have the book listed alongside Joan Didion’s Blue Nights, Garrett Graf’s The Threat Matrix, and Erik Larson’s In the Garden of Beasts. I mean, geez. Check out more of the best non-fiction of 2011.

I’ll use this as an opportunity to make a shameless plug, of course. I hope you’ll consider picking up a copy for yourself or as a holiday gift. You can find out more about what people are saying and order a copy today.

If you like it, please leave a positive review on Amazon. It helps, folks, it really does. It’s tough to get the message out about new books, and it’s amazing how much you all have done to get this out there. Thank you!


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