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Reviewed by Asher Syed for Readers' Favorite
Spidergate: Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change - Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth by Professor Oscar J Realmsworth is a non-fiction book that comfortably wraps up the subjects of ecology, finance, and politics in a single comprehensive guide. It is, in essence, written to the people of earth (human friends), as a love letter to the planet, a mild berating of what we've done to it, how we got to this point, and the changes that must occur for it to be rectified (as best it can). At the heart of this is wealth, which is absolutely not to be confused with money. The book is written from the quasi-point of view of Spider Spider who over eight chapters shows us the error of our ways...the monetization and capitalization of every conceivable resource on earth to the detriment of society and our planet, as a whole.
It took me about a minute to figure out what Spidergate was actually about, but once the ball was rolling it was full speed ahead. Professor Oscar J Realmsworth writes with an in-depth understanding narrated in a way that quickly connects with the reader. There are some genuine eye-opening moments within the text, a standout to me being section 44 entitled Unmasking the Thief Within. It forces personal reflection and follows it up with a self-test before rounding it all out with a poignant thought. “You see it is not just your life that is vulnerable or in jeopardy—it involves everyone linked to you...” The book is a dichotomy of inspiration and discomfort, but one that must be read as so much of it is not only timely and relevant but entirely crucial.