I read this book when I was in middle school and remember enjoying it. I’m happy to find that it has aged well and is just as interesting as I remembered it. It’s hard to say if my love for the book is due to it’s connection to my youth. But I’m certain that even if I hadn’t read it as a youth, it would still be an enjoyable read today, especially as a period piece. It speaks volumes about the worries of the 1970s.
Unfortunately the book is out of print, so it’s not available on Kindle. However, it’s still readily available from used book outlets online. Now all that we need is it’s squeal.