RaveThe Guardian (UK)...an urgent, lucid, courageous account ... behind the book’s matter-of-fact prose, Greta’s parents emerge as involuntary superheroes and recipients of no awards but hard-won wisdom ... the book is a highly readable sequence of shortish \'scenes\' written in the direct language Greta uses in her speeches. The life-vest of humour inflates more often than you’d expect, and the text is studded with subversive, persuasive maxims ... I wrote down several pages of quotations for this review until it got ridiculous: I was copying out half the book ... Piety – these days rebranded as virtue signalling – is notable in the book by its absence ... everyone with an interest in the future of the planet should read this book. It is a clear-headed diagnosis. It is a glimpse of a saner world. It is fertile with hope.