Synopses & Reviews
Raising his family on the edge of the Great Basin Desert in Utah, Ward was caught up in a seven-year quest to find out why people there were getting sick and dying. Ward now presents his firsthand account of the quest and the lessons he learned.
"It may be a manifesto, but its humor and informality—in and among hair-raising details—make it an entertaining one."—Boston Globe
About the Author
Chip Ward manages Utah's public library Development Program. He is a co-founder of the West Desert HEAL, Families Against Incinerator Risk, and Citizens Against Chlorine Contamination.