Compelling, heartbreaking. An unbearable tragedy becomes a lesson that needs to be learned, a story that needs to be told. This one was told extremely well by people who are stronger for going through something no one should have to go through. The authors did a good job of showing all points of view, but I found myself feeling outraged for the victims: the fishing industry,the wildlife,the land and water, people whose lawsuit still isn't resolved equitably. Everyone should read this book to get a clear picture of corporate greed gone amuck.