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Book Reviews

There are 108 book reviews at Search Thomas Grady or Let It Be. There are 17 at the time of writing on Amazon. I am labeled an American dissident with militant tendencies. I am banned on all social media. Amazon blocks reviews, so I am surprised they left 17 great ones on their site. Feel free to read them. They are inspiring! I give a handful of 5 stars and 4 star reviews.

Read them and weep disciples – lol.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be: The Industrial Hemp Agricultural Revolution during the Sixth Great Extinction by Thomas Grady is about a legal miracle plant called Industrial Hemp. Grady takes readers on a journey through the potential uses of Industrial Hemp. Amidst the challenges of the ongoing Sixth Great Extinction, Hemp has the potential to save humanity from extinction. This plant is able to supply human energy needs without causing damage to the environment. Hemp also has many other uses, including paper, textiles, clothing, food, paint, etc. This book reveals the ugly truth of human error. It also provides a detailed path to restoration.

I love the arrangement of the book. The book is divided into two parts. Part one is about “Beginning the Industrial Hemp Agricultural.” It provides a detailed explanation of Agricultural Hemp. It outlines the different uses of Hemp and how it can be cultivated and used to save humanity. The second part is about “Mother Nature’s Revenge.” At this point, the text moves to consequences and the urgent necessity to address our errors. This allowed me to follow the flow of the text. Another thing that I love about this book is the inclusion of links in the soft copy that I read. These links provided me with additional information. This made the book even more interesting.

There is nothing that I dislike about this book. It is eye-opening and informative. The text highlights the problems and provides detailed solutions. The plot of the book is clear. This book is the blueprint to save the world from extinction.

I rate this book 5 out of 5. It is well edited with no grammatical errors. It teaches so much about Industrial Hemp, consequences, and restoration.

This book is for every human being. Living in unison with Mother Nature is the duty of every human. The environment is suffering because of human cruelty. This book is here to teach us how to save ourselves from extinction. Must be read urgently.

Shavell Harris

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

In his thought-provoking book, Let it Be: The Industrial Hemp Agricultural Revolution during the Sixth Great Extinction, Thomas Grady presents an urgent call to action amidst the global environmental crisis. Grady tackles the pressing issues of our time, weaving together the themes of sustainability, industrial hemp cultivation, and the sixth mass extinction to offer a compelling argument for change.

Grady’s writing style is accessible and engaging, making the complex topic of industrial hemp farming and its potential benefits comprehensible to readers from various backgrounds. He expertly combines scientific facts, historical context, and personal anecdotes to create a well-rounded narrative that captivates and educates. Through meticulous research and expert insights, the author convincingly demonstrates that industrial hemp could be a trans-formative force in our fight against climate change.

The book succeeds in highlighting the importance of the sixth great extinction event and how it intertwines with our current agricultural practices. Grady explains the severity of the crisis with alarming clarity, painting a vivid picture of the detrimental effects of industrialization, habitat destruction, and species loss. His powerful message compels readers to reevaluate our relationship with nature and consider alternative approaches that prioritize sustainability and conservation.

Overall, this book is a timely and insightful read. Thomas Grady successfully raises awareness about the need for sustainable agricultural practices and the potential of industrial hemp to mitigate the environmental crisis. Thus, I rate it 5 out of 5 stars. There was nothing I disliked about this book, and it was remarkably well-written and edited. This book serves as a compelling call to action, urging individuals, communities, and policymakers to reconsider our current trajectory and embrace innovative solutions. By incorporating hemp into our agricultural systems, Grady presents a ray of hope amidst the darkness, inviting readers to be a part of the trans-formative revolution we so desperately need.

I would recommend this book to readers who are heavily interested in the hemp industry and want to learn more.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

The book Let it Be is concerned with slowing the rate of global warming. Thomas Grady is passionate about promoting Mother Earth’s agenda of a green industrial hemp nation. His vision was to turn agricultural hemp into a substitute for fossil fuels. Thomas Grady’s agenda was to phase out the use of fossil fuels in favor of renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, and electric, demonstrating the strength and weakness of capitalism in political control. Grab this fantastic book to expand your knowledge.

The author intended for the book’s links to direct readers to the critical emerging hemp technology page, which is critical to reducing the use of fossil fuels. This is my strongest suit and best aspect.

Figures and theories of global warming temperature using the thermostat device were presented on pages 11–14 of Chapter 1. It was incomprehensible. To make it easier to understand, include visuals and images on the same page. That part didn’t sit well with me. I believe that presenting complex information in a simplified and visually appealing manner is crucial for effective communication. As such, I would suggest incorporating more diagrams, charts, and graphs to help readers better grasp the concepts presented in the text.

The book links are incomplete. The links end in the middle of sentences. Despite that, Thomas Grady brought a flawless idea, so I am rating the book 5 out of 5 stars. The incomplete links make the book not exceptionally well-edited. But it had zero typos, including zero grammar errors. Overall, the book is a great read for anyone interested in the topic. The author’s writing style is engaging and easy to follow, and the content is informative and thought-provoking.

Nonfiction fans will enjoy this book. And young adults who are interested in global warming and environmental development should read.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

The author discussed the potential of natural hemp, which can be used in place of sand in buildings to reduce the need for sand and its detrimental effects on the environment. Hemp is also a sustainable source of fiber and offers health advantages through its extracts. Hemp may be industrialized to take fossil fuels out of the picture. Grab Let it Be by Thomas Grady to learn more.

For farmers wishing to diversify their crop production, hemp is a crop that can be cultivated in a variety of soil types and climates. Also, its quick pace of development and capacity to enhance soil health make it a desirable option for sustainable agricultural methods. Hemp seeds, a substantial source of protein and important fatty acids can also support a healthy diet. The plant’s extracts, such as CBD oil, have become increasingly well-known in recent years due to their potential therapeutic advantages. Hemp-based goods have the potential to take the place of non-biodegradable materials in several different industries, including textiles and plastics. Natural hemp has the potential to transform several businesses and promote sustainability and environmental responsibility thanks to its many uses and advantages.

This book is a powerful call to action for women everywhere, encouraging them to use their voices and strength to create positive change in the world. It focuses on the annihilation of the human race and global warming and highlights the strength and resilience of female soldiers. It also serves as a reminder that we must take care of our planet and work towards a sustainable future. The author’s message is clear: women have the power to make a difference in the world. That’s what piqued my interest.

The global warming thermostat was developed to measure the effects of global warming, but I couldn’t understand the figures by which it measures global warming. We must take responsibility for our impact on the environment and work towards a more sustainable future for generations to come by adopting sustainable practices such as recycling, reducing waste, and conserving energy. Other than the positives, the only drawback I can think of is that.

To clear space, some of the links in the words and sentences have also been improperly corrected. Despite that, I gave it a perfect score of five out of five stars. The book was exceptionally well edited.

This book is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the interrelationships between science, economics, and political development. It is thought-provoking, educational, and accessible to readers of all levels, from beginners to experts. I suggest this book to anyone who wants to learn more and have their opinion challenged on numerous social issues. It’s a page-turner that will leave readers wanting more because the author uses actual examples and has a captivating writing style.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Our society today is facing myriads of problems, and Thomas Grady has brought forward a response to most of them by throwing the light on his extensive research on Cannabis sativa, which he calls the miracle plant. This book focuses on the fact agriculture of industrial Hemp. This book, Let it Be: The Industrial Hemp Agricultural Revolution during the Sixth Great Extinction, by Thomas Grady, stands as a light of hope in today’s disturbed ecological and environmental scenario of our planet.

In my opinion, the most interesting and inspiring part of this book is the discussion of the miracle Hemp fiber and seed, which have numerous applications, from clothing to building materials to biofuels. I had no idea that this plant, which is quite notorious for producing the narcotic drug Marijuana, which is often abused by people and leads to health hazards, can have this many benefits. The author explains how Industrial Hemp can be grown in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way and can be used to combat deforestation and soil degradation. His enthusiasm for sustainable living is palpable throughout the book. Through his meticulous and thorough research, he presents compelling evidence and fascinating insights into the potential of this miracle plant to transform our world.

There is nothing that I essentially disliked about this book. The author, in this book, also emphasizes the importance of caring for oneself and others and how replacing hate, which comes in various forms, with love can lead to a better world, and I resonate with this message. The book offers a realistic and practical option to save humanity and create a more sustainable and equitable society, under the limits of possible setbacks, of course.

As I could not find any significant editorial errors in this book that hampered my reading, I can say that this book has gone through professional editing. Based on all the things that I felt about this book, which I have mentioned above, I give Let it Be a well-deserved rating of 5 out of 5 stars.

I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning more about the potential of Industrial Hemp and how it can help us tackle the biggest challenges that humanity is facing. This book has the potential of turning out to be a boon for those who come from an agricultural background. While some readers may be skeptical of the author’s proposals, I think the book is worth reading for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, and creating a better world.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

If you want to know and realize a valuable fact that “Hemp fiber is the new oil and gold!” in this world influenced and controlled by petroleum corporations you must read the book Let it Be by Thomas L. Grady. Also if you want to know the real reason behind the Russian attack on Ukraine, want to know the real reason behind the economic meltdown process that started recently in the world, want to know the real reason behind a pandemic like Corona you must read this book where you can find all the real reasons!

A very sensitive, vital, critical, and burning issue of air pollution due to the consumption of petroleum products, various human life activities involving the burning of carbon dioxide which is raising the temperature of planet Earth and raising animals for meat eating which is the main cause of land and water pollution is dealt with in the book Let it Be by Thomas L. Grady. He has nicely presented a natural way to save our planet Earth.
I am quite confident that nobody from us will like to ‘ face knocking on heaven’s door’ by 2030, only as a consequence of the present pollution rate of the air, water, and land and the rise in the temperature of our planet Earth.

Part 1 of this book is used to give the readers the knowledge of the status of the global warming temperature and aforesaid pollution details, the entry of the 3D robotic homes built by using Hempcrete which is claimed to be stronger than steel, the basics of growing Hemp and processing its fiber to create Hempcrete and the idea of a rural town for Hemp agricultural growth and urban development. Sustainable capitalism versus predatory capitalism is discussed with the details sufficient to get an exact idea of what is required for the benefit of the people. One full chapter is used to discuss the present situation -courts and appointments of judges, economy, and poverty -in America and how that can be changed in sustainable capitalism. The author then takes the reader to the information on the New Age Hemp industrialism with the end of the Fossil Fuel Era. Part 2 is devoted to ‘Mother Nature’s Revenge’. In this part, the state of meat production and its impacts on human extinction worldwide are reviewed. The fatal pollution-causing factors are narrated in detail along with the best possible solutions. The woman’s power is presented with agreeable key points and examples. The women are to lead the march to the Industrial Hemp Agricultural Revolution.

The main positive aspect of the book is the vast study of the subject by the author and also the perfect analysis of the data collected by him. His devotion to the subject and strong desire to inspire the public as well as the government for the green revolution is incomparable. His urge for humanity to join the green revolution to save from possible extinction is great and invaluable. He has mentioned that he was banned from all social media outlets for his views on social re-engineering and he was considered an American dissident. I am confident that you will agree when you read this book that this is unjust. In this book, author Thomas L. Grady has tried with the use of all his experience, wisdom, and prediction power to Inspire and activate the whole of humanity to move from predatory capitalism to sustainable capitalism. I wholly agree with the statement of the author at the end of the introduction of the book: ‘As a visionary with the natural ability to create detailed strategic plans, I am a thorn in the side of controlling oligarchs.’

I found no negative aspects in this book. But I strongly think that the author could have minimized the narration of the condition and style of functioning of the government, to avoid any ban. For example the true but bold statement ‘Our government is lost and without a vision to inspire hope of where we are going.’

The editing could have been better. There are some grammatical errors. However, with the positive points mentioned above, I very happily rate the book Let it Be by Thomas L. Grady, 5 out of 5 stars. I was very pleased to read this book. And I hope that the individuals all over the world who will read this book will join the march to the Great Green Revolution – Hemp fiber integration.

I recommend this book to all readers seeking a pollution-free, healthy and silent life. They will definitely and certainly become able to make their life most happy and most cheerful. Those who have an interest in reading ‘self-help’ books for an enjoyable and smooth life will especially like this book.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be is a non-fiction book discussing The Industrial Hemp Agricultural Revolution during the Sixth Great Extinction. The author, Thomas L. Grady, covers a legal miracle plant called Industrial Hemp and its Green Hydrogen friend. The book goes ahead to discuss the dangers that are connected with burning fossil fuels. However, the dangers can be solved by adopting the use of the Industrial Hemp which the author explains how beneficial it will be to the survival of humans. The book gives the duration as to how long humans have been on earth and the duration of how species live. An insight into the Russia-Ukraine war is contained in the book, and how some products’ market value, such as wheat have been affected.

I love how the author explains global warming in depth by explaining the factors that cause global warming and specifically how livestock contributes to global warming. The book covers various statistics, for example, the distribution of wealth among people of different social classes in the world. The links shared by the author help to create a better understanding of the message the book shares.

I do not like that the author discusses shortly the use of hydrogen which could go unnoticed.

I rate this book five out of five stars. This is because the author shares an expectation of the future of human extinction due to our current undertakings. The book goes further to address the steps we need to take to ensure we survive and prevent extinction. There are also inspirations and wisdom from other people that the book contains. The book has been exceptionally well-edited, as I found no single error as I read.

This book is a good recommendation to anyone who has an interest in learning about Hemp and the advantages it contains. It is also a good recommendation to a person who wants to understand the concept of capitalism. It goes ahead to showcase the differences between predatory capitalism and sustainable capitalism.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be by Thomas L. Grady about the potential benefits of industrial hemp agriculture during the current sixth mass extinction event. The essay discusses the various uses of industrial hemp, such as for fiber, oil, and biofuel, and argues that widespread adoption of industrial hemp farming could help combat climate change, promote sustainability, and revitalize rural economies. Grady also explores the history and politics surrounding industrial hemp, including the legal hurdles that have limited its cultivation in many countries. Overall, the essay advocates for a reevaluation of industrial hemp as a valuable and versatile crop that could play a crucial role in addressing some of the pressing environmental and economic challenges of our time.

Let it Be, The Industrial Hemp Agricultural Revolution during the Sixth Great Extinction” by Thomas L. Grady discusses the potential benefits of industrial hemp farming in the context of the ongoing sixth mass extinction event. The essay explores the various uses of industrial hemp, such as for fiber, oil, and biofuel, and argues that widespread adoption of hemp farming could help address pressing environmental and economic issues.

Grady discusses the history and politics surrounding industrial hemp, including its association with marijuana and the legal barriers that have limited its cultivation in many countries. The essay argues that industrial hemp has been unfairly stigmatized and underutilized, despite its numerous benefits and potential for sustainable development.

Grady highlights the potential of industrial hemp to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote soil health, and create new job opportunities in rural areas. He argues that the current economic and environmental crises facing the world require a reevaluation of our agricultural practices and a greater emphasis on sustainable and regenerative approaches, such as industrial hemp farming.

Overall, Grady’s essay presents a compelling case for the adoption of industrial hemp as a versatile and environmentally friendly crop that could play a crucial role in addressing some of the most pressing challenges of our time. 5 out of 5

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

The self-help book Let It Be is dedicated to the benefits of mindfulness and letting go of attachment. To give a practical manual for leading a more peaceful and contented life, author Thomas Grady draws on his personal experiences and the teachings of many spiritual traditions.

A distinct component of mindfulness and letting go is covered in the book’s three sections, which are separated into them. Part one focuses on the fundamentals of mindfulness and how it may be applied to lower stress and improve happiness. Part two examines the idea of attachment and how it may limit us in life, while Part three provides helpful advice and exercises for letting go of attachment and leading a more mindful lifestyle.

The book’s ability to communicate mindfulness and letting go in a realistic and approachable manner is one of its virtues. The author illustrates his views using real-life examples and tales, which helps readers relate to the ideas and employ them in their own lives. The focus on self-compassion by the author in Let it Be is another quality. Thomas Grady advises readers to be nice to themselves throughout the book and approach mindfulness and letting go with curiosity and openness instead of judgment or self-criticism. The book’s emphasis on self-compassion is a welcome and significant feature because many self-help books may come off as harsh or judgmental in their content. The author builds a more encouraging and robust foundation for readers to work from by focusing on self-compassion.

The book’s lack of in-depth discussion of the philosophical foundations of mindfulness and letting go might be considered one of its weaknesses. Although the author mentions several spiritual teachings and traditions, they must go to extraordinary lengths regarding the guiding ideas or convictions. Readers may need to look for additional resources to learn more about these subjects in-depth.

The activities and techniques described in the book are easy to implement. The author offers the facts approachable and non-intimidating rather than saturating the reader with information or technical jargon. Besides, this book is exceptionally well-edited, and I have not seen any profanity. I, therefore, give it a five out of five-star rating.

Let it Be is a good self-help book with helpful guidance for developing mindfulness and letting go of attachment. It might be a partial source on these subjects, but it’s an excellent spot to start for anybody hoping to live a happier, more contented life and enhance their well-being. Using the techniques described in the book can aid in fostering emotional resilience and reducing negative thinking patterns.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be by Thomas Grady is a compelling book that sheds light on the potential advantages of using hemp agriculture to solve population extinction. Grady argues that the world is facing a crisis due to population growth, climate change, and environmental degradation. He contends that hemp agriculture is the key to solving these issues, and his book is a call to action for governments, farmers, and individuals to embrace this solution.

Grady presents a comprehensive analysis of the problems facing America, from racial segregation to environmental degradation. He argues that the American system is plagued by propaganda and that money and power are used to maintain the status quo. He contends that these issues can only be solved by working together and seeing each other as equals.

One of the most compelling arguments in Let it Be is Grady’s discussion of the benefits of hemp agriculture. He shows how hemp can be used to create sustainable products, from clothing to biofuels. He also discusses the potential for hemp to replace other crops, such as wheat and soy, which require large amounts of water and pesticides. Grady highlights the fact that hemp is a versatile crop that can be grown in a variety of climates, making it an ideal crop for farmers around the world.

Grady’s discussion of the history of hemp in America is particularly fascinating. He shows how hemp was a crucial crop in the early days of America, used for everything from clothing to rope. However, due to a combination of propaganda and corporate interests, hemp was demonized and eventually banned. Grady argues that this was a huge mistake and that the world would be a better place if hemp had been allowed to thrive.

One of the most powerful arguments in Let it Be is Grady’s call for unity. He argues that we all come from Mitochondrial Eve and that race is a social construct that divides us. He contends that if we can see each other as African rather than black or white, we can work together to solve all the issues facing America, from crime to racism. This is a powerful message, and one that is sorely needed in today’s divided world.

In conclusion, Let it Be is a thought-provoking and compelling book that makes a powerful case for the benefits of hemp agriculture. Grady’s arguments are well-researched and persuasive, and his call for unity is inspiring. This is a book that should be read by anyone who cares about the future of our planet and the wellbeing of future generations. There were no mistakes, indicating exceptional editing, and there were no negative aspects. As a result, I give this work 5 out of 5 stars.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be by Thomas Grady is an exceptional book that discusses the need for hemp in society in general. The author explains how using hemp instead of concrete to build houses could better the country and the world as a whole. The author also delves into matters that impact and help increase the chances of human extinction and does his best to offer solutions. While doing all of this, he manages to expose several things about the government that many citizens are oblivious to. In this book, the author explains how replacing several of the materials that we use with hemp could help diffuse the chances of global warming.

This book was very informative and much needed. The author had valid facts and statistics to prove his case. The best thing about this book was that it didn’t just expose flaws about the government but also offered solutions. This book enlightened me to things about capitalism that I had no idea of. I really didn’t how bad the government was exploiting our resources for money. It also opened my eyes to how close we are to extinction and how bad our situation actually is. I didn’t even know what hempcrete was before I read this book. It was definitely a book I had to read.

Another amazing thing about this book was that the writing was just as great as the content. The author used simple word choices that made the book very easy to understand and digest. The author’s grammar was flawless. He used vivid descriptions to elaborate on every single point he stated in the book. He weaved the whole book together and made it as digestible as a short story novel. As heavy as the content of this book was, I didn’t have to wrestle my through the book. It was all smooth sailing. Reading this book was an amazing experience.

This book was an absolute joy to read and was exceptionally well edited as I found no errors in the book. I give this book a whopping four out of four stars. I have to commend Thomas Grady for this one. He put his best foot forward. We all needed a book like this one.

I recommend this book to government officials because there might still be some of them who do not know exactly what is going on. People interested in construction have to read this one and try their best to apply it in their workplace. This is a revolution that the world desperately needs. Exceptional book!

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Will we continue walking unconsciously along the path that leads us to our destruction? Will we let our deeds result in the annihilation of most human beings included our children and grandchildren by natural catastrophes and diseases? Or will we act from now on and do something to save this beautiful planet and ourselves? If we were to continue destroying the Earth, Mother Nature would not have so much mercy on us. This book raises the most important issue for mankind, our survival. In Let It Be the author Thomas Grady sheds light on the current environmental situation and all the consequences that we might face if we continue to burn fossil fuels and keep using its byproducts. But most importantly, it shows us a way to prevent us from suffering the environmental disasters that would lead us to our almost certain extinction. It outlines the huge advantages of industrial hemp, a renewable and superior alternative that would substitute fossil fuels and most of its byproducts, thus reducing drastically the levels of CO2 in the atmosphere. The author trusts in the potential benefits that hemp offers to our planet, but above all he trusts in what he calls ‘Cosmic Love’, an energy manifested in those who care about themselves and the others, and through which this dream would come true. This book calls the reader to action and highlights the special role that women would play in this dream, as essential part of the strategy the author thoughtfully designed to avoid the extinction of most of humanity. Will we finally become aware of the threaten that global warming and climate change represent to us and do something to reverse it? Only time will tell.

When it comes to evaluate this book, I assess the influence and impact it had on me. This easy-to-read book opened my eyes and made me realize of the importance of taking care of nature, as well as of many other things concerning this our way of living. It is very instructive and full of information related to the main topics. Based on scientific research, the author predicts probable future scenarios for our planet, and thus, for ourselves. At the same time, he exposes irrefutable facts about our way of life, as well as many controversial ideas about capitalism and democracy that make the reader think twice before contradicting them. Whether you agree with some of the author’s ideas or not, it’s undeniable that this book represents a great contribution to a necessary shift in our mindset. It is well edited, the author uses straightforward language, clearly communicating his ideas and always providing real facts and evidence in order to support his way of thinking.

I found just a little negative point, the presence of links to YouTube videos. Perhaps they might be useful to the reader to learn about avant-garde technologies using industrial hemp, but on the other hand, I find it unnecessary as these technologies are very well exposed and explained by the author. In my view, they diminish the real importance this great book has on its own, which in this case depends on the links working properly.

I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. It is motivating, sometimes can be touching, and very informative. The author conveys his ideas and his inspirational message using simple but adequate language. On balance, not only is it a book worth reading, but also necessary.

As I believe that we are all concerned about our survival and wellbeing, I would recommend this book to anyone who really cares about life and our planet as a whole.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be by Thomas Grady is a book about the current circumstances of our planet. Brace yourself because it doesn’t paint a pretty picture. The author, a former meteorologist, offers insight into the rising temperatures caused by carbon dioxide emissions. Explored throughout the book is the notion that humans are the invasive species causing the most harm. It’s our harmful habits and overpopulation that will bring about Earth’s sixth great extinction period. The author points out we have less time than we think before the catastrophic event unfolds unless we make drastic changes. Are you ready to change to save the world?

Let it Be is a manifesto on how to save ourselves. The first part of the book highlights how hemp and hemp products can help reverse carbon emissions. Hemp has numerous benefits with no foreseeable consequences other than the stigma attached to its name. It can replace numerous environmentally unsafe products, create food, and build houses. There’s nothing new about the research into the benefits of hemp products. Did you know Henry Ford experimented with hemp for a vehicle in 1941? So what happened? This book lays out why hemp has been stigmatized by our government. Also, the author encourages us to restructure the government and create a new one based on utilitarian views versus capitalism and greed.

I like the topics discussed throughout the book. Even though this book is about sustainability, it covers much more and is relevant to current times. The author’s writing style is enjoyable. He makes the book more conversational and less formal while covering serious topics. It was nice to see a hyperlink to the official carbon emissions site written within the text of the book. The author provides other hyperlinks to sustainable building projects. This allows the reader to see that it isn’t just a person’s thoughts but an actual process that can be adapted.

There was nothing I disliked about the book. I will say there’s a lot of content covered in a short amount of pages. It’s easy to get lost or wonder how one part is relevant to another part. That’s because we are faced with multiple problems. Saving ourselves from hundreds of years of misdoings has many components; therefore, I understand why the book covers so many topics.

I give Let it Be 4 out of 4 stars because I found minimal grammatical errors throughout the book. I recommend this book to anyone interested in changing the current course of global warming, politics, or interested in sustainable projects. The author creates an idea of a green sustainable utopia for millennials; anyone who is a part of this demographic age group may enjoy the book. Women may also enjoy this book as the author shifts power from men to women.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Imagine a world where it’s poverty free, where there’s no global warming, a world where there is sustainable capitalism, cosmic love, and the new age of hemp industrialism. How peaceful the world would be. How free the world would be from pollution. In Let it Be by Thomas Grady, we see how this can be possible if we adapt to the new age of hemp industrialism.

When people hear or get told about hemp, the first thing registered to them is marijuana. Industrial hemp is a plant known as Cannabis Sativa Cultivars. It is one of the fast-growing plants globally. It’s used in America as a non-addictive but effective painkiller. Hemp aside from being used for medical practices is also versatile in its uses. It could be used in the production of clothing, food, and also housing. While in the process, producing zero negative carbon after production.

The versatility of hemp is one thing I found to be fascinating in this book. In this book, Thomas Grady mentioned that hemp could be used in the construction and building of houses and infrastructures. He mentioned that if only we humans could adapt to hemp, we could get rid of global warming. The new hemp age would bring about sustainable capitalism. Where oligarchies would embrace the usage of hemp and hemp would take over as the new deal. Its seed would be used for food, its fiber for clothing, textiles, and the construction of affordable homes with hempcrete. This idealism and thoughtfulness is one thing I liked in this book. Everything centered on one plant might seem too much. But it’s also a fascinating idea.

Another thing I also liked in this book is the way Thomas Grady, when trying to make a very important point known to readers, uses bold texts. With the words displayed in bold texts, it’s very likely for readers to be able to grasp the points he’s trying to prove. His inclusion of pictures and quoted words from famous figures also added to spice up the book. Of which I’ll say is rather splendid.

The one thing I disliked or disagreed with is the part in the book where he mentioned that due to large quantities of methane produced by cattle and livestock, we should switch to plant-based meat. I found it rather absurd. Knowing fully well, not everyone is vegan.

With all being said, I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. It’s well deserved of my rating because aside from my little disagreement, Thomas gave a very insightful and enlightening message in this book. Of which I am sure would get those who read it thinking. This book is also exceptionally well edited with no typos. I recommend it to lovers of non-fiction and those who want to know more about the new age of hemp industrialism.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be by Thomas Grady is a non-fiction book that is about the Industrial Hemp. The book presents the author’s vision which advances humanity by converting the world’s oil addiction into Industrial Hemp agriculture, manufacturing, and processing. The book describes the beginning of the Industrial Hemp Agriculture Revolution, Sustainable Capitalism, New Age Hemp Industrialisation, Homegrown Hemp Hope, and American Visionaries among others. Thomas writes on a number of different issues that are are faced in the world. Among those are global warming and corruption.

I found this book to be very informative. I gained knowledge about the Hemp plant because I did not know about this plant, and this book was my learning tool. The book was captivating. This is because I enjoyed reading more information about the Industrial Hemp thereby captivating me. The links and pictures which are in the book were very helpful. This is because I researched on some issues which the author raised, and those links provided me with an easier way of finding more information about what I wanted to research on. I liked the fact that the author addressed issues that are currently being faced globally. The style of writing was to my liking as it was straightforward. I also liked the baldness with which the author wrote the book. Apart from knowing what the Industrial Hemp is, I got to learn about its various uses and how well it can have a positive impact on the global economic crisis. I was fascinated reading about ‘Mother Nature’s Revenge’ and ‘Mother Nature’s Genocide’. These two parts in the book were very captivating for me. The other positive aspect to take note of in this book is that the author did not only point out problems that are being faced by humanity, but also provided solutions to such problems. This was very impressive.

The book was quite captivating. I enjoyed reading it so much that I have nothing negative against it. I think the message which the author was trying to convey has been communicated effectively.

I rate Let it Be 4 out of 4 stars. The editor did a great job because I did not find any grammatical errors in the book. Hence, I can safely say that the book is exceptionally well edited.

I recommend this book to people who care about the planet for they may find this informative book very useful. I also recommend leaders serving in various governments across the world to read this book so that they can can sensitise the local people and warn them about about the dangers of global issues such as global warming and economic crisis among others.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Title: “Let It Be” by Thomas Grady: An Illuminating Exploration of Hemp Cultivation

“Let It Be” by Thomas Grady is a captivating and informative book that offers readers a comprehensive understanding of the multifaceted world of hemp cultivation. With its well-balanced presentation of historical, economic, environmental, and social perspectives, this book serves as an illuminating guide to the complexities surrounding hemp agriculture.

Grady takes us on an engaging journey through the historical significance of hemp, unveiling its diverse uses throughout various civilizations. This historical context forms a strong foundation, enabling readers to grasp the contemporary debates and controversies encompassing hemp cultivation.

The book delves into the economic aspects of hemp agriculture, shedding light on its potential as a profitable and sustainable crop. Grady also addresses potential challenges, such as market saturation and the necessity for clear regulatory frameworks, providing readers with a well-rounded perspective.

A standout feature of “Let It Be” is its dedicated attention to environmental concerns. Grady meticulously examines hemp’s eco-friendly attributes, emphasizing its low requirements for pesticides and water while enhancing soil health. The book also candidly discusses potential environmental risks, such as the potential for excessive hemp cultivation that could negatively impact local ecosystems.

While “Let It Be” covers various social implications, some readers might crave more personal narratives or firsthand accounts from individuals directly involved in the hemp industry. Including more human experiences could further enhance the book’s emotional connection and make the debates more relatable.

In conclusion, I wholeheartedly give “Let It Be” five out of five stars. This book’s well-structured and insightful content offers readers an unbiased and evidence-based understanding of hemp cultivation. It encourages critical thinking and informed decision-making, making it a valuable resource for anyone interested in sustainable agriculture and the future of this fascinating and controversial crop. Whether you’re a skeptic or an enthusiast, “Let It Be” is a must-read that sheds light on the ever-evolving world of hemp farming.


Let It Be by Thomas L. Gardy is a thought-provoking book that explores the potential of Industrial Hemp and Green Hydrogen as solutions to global energy needs and environmental challenges. The author presents a grand vision of what he calls ‘Green Industrial Idealism’, advocating for a shift from oil-based economies to sustainable capitalism based on hemp agriculture and renewable energy sources.

The book highlights the urgency of addressing climate change and the potential consequences of not taking environmental concerns seriously. The author draws parallels with historical moments of idealism, such as President John F. Kennedy’s vision of going to the moon and Martin Luther King Jr.’s social justice reforms.

The idea of sustainable capitalism is explored, discussing how population control, environmental safety and zero-carbon targets are essential components for a viable economic system. The book explores the importance of ethical decision-making in society and the justice system’s role in supporting a sustainable future. It also hinted at the severe consequences of environmental degradation, describing how human activities contribute to the loss of biodiversity and ecological imbalances.

Let It Be is a mix of impassioned advocacy, philosophical reflection and motivational encouragement. The author uses various literary techniques, including quotes from famous individuals, personal anecdotes and vivid imagery, to engage the reader and drive home his message. Elements of romance and urgency are combined to convey the importance of taking action and embracing change.

Throughout the book, the author skillfully weaves together topics related to environmental concerns, capitalism, social justice and the potential of Industrial Hemp and Green Hydrogen as solutions. He uses powerful language to make his points, often using metaphors and evocative phrases to emphasize the urgency of the situation and the need for immediate action. The book seeks to inspire readers to take part in a collective effort to address environmental challenges and transition to a greener future.

Overall, Gardy’s writing style is passionate, motivational and thought-provoking. He draws upon various sources of wisdom, from historical figures to personal insights, to craft a narrative that encourages readers to see the potential for positive change in the face of global challenges.

I would rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. There were not any notable typos or grammatical errors. The writing is well-structured and coherent, with proper punctuation and sentence construction. It seems to be professionally written without any obvious mistake. This book effectively blends scientific facts, philosophical reflections and visionary ideas to create a compelling call to action.

Let It Be is a book with a strong sense of purpose, encouraging readers to consider their role in shaping a sustainable and equitable future for humanity and the planet. I would recommend this book to a diverse audience interested in environmental sustainability, social justice advocates, advocates of idealism, those seeking solutions to global challenges and fans of motivational and inspirational literature. However, potential readers should be aware that the book covers complex and serious topics related to climate change, environmental crises, and potential human extinction. It may not be suitable for those seeking light-hearted or fictional reads.


Let it Be authored by Thomas Grady is a remarkable literary work that explores the significance of hemp within society at large. The book delves into the potential benefits of utilizing hemp as a viable alternative to concrete in the construction of houses, thereby positively impacting both the nation and the world as a whole. Furthermore, the author ventures into subjects that bear influence on the likelihood of human extinction and endeavors to provide potential remedies. Alongside these discussions, the book uncovers various aspects of governance that often elude the awareness of many citizens. Within the pages of this book, the author elucidates how the substitution of multiple conventional materials with hemp has the potential to mitigate the risks associated with global warming.

The book delves into a range of intriguing subjects that greatly resonated with me. While sustainability serves as its primary focus, it extends beyond that, addressing pertinent issues relevant to the present era. I find the author’s writing style immensely pleasurable; by adopting a conversational tone and eschewing excessive formality, they effectively navigate weighty topics. I particularly appreciated the inclusion of a hyperlink within the text, directing readers to the official carbon emissions site. Additionally, the author provides other hyperlinks to sustainable building projects, emphasizing that their ideas are not merely theoretical musings but actual processes that can be implemented and embraced.

Reading this book was an absolute delight, captivating me from the very beginning until the final page. The author’s meticulousness and informative writing style held my attention steadfastly. Prior to delving into this book, I was entirely unaware of the transformative potential of hemp plants, be it their use in replacing concrete with hempcrete or their ability to serve as a valuable source of sustenance for both animals and humans.

This book has undergone meticulous editing, effectively highlighting the author’s deep concern for the environment and the treatment of our planet by humanity. Throughout its pages, the author’s impassioned advocacy for environmental preservation is unmistakably evident, compellingly arguing for the vital importance of safeguarding our world for future generations. The book’s unwavering focus on environmental issues is commendable, as it prompts readers to reflect on their own actions and embrace sustainable lifestyles.

In summary, the book’s exceptional editing, persuasive messaging, and informative content make it a captivating read for those seeking to expand their awareness of the importance of environmental preservation. Also, there was nothing that I disliked about this book.

In conclusion, I wholeheartedly recommend this book to individuals who are genuinely concerned about the environment and aspire to contribute to a cleaner, purer Earth. Hence, I give this book a perfect rating of 5 out of 5 stars

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[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

“Let it Be” by Thomas Grady is a succinct but powerful look at mindfulness and the art of letting go. Grady’s 120-page nonfiction piece deftly guides readers on a quest for acceptance and inner serenity.

The main idea of the book is reflected in its simple structure. Grady begins by stressing the importance of letting go and emphasizing how it can reduce stress and enhance wellbeing in general. He uses various anecdotes and real-life examples to make the concepts understandable to readers of all backgrounds.

“Let it Be” excels because of its pragmatic approach. Grady offers readers practical tools and exercises to help them apply these concepts to their everyday lives in addition to delving deeply into the theory of letting go. The author provides an insightful and practical toolkit for personal growth, ranging from journaling prompts to mindfulness techniques.

Grady’s language is simple and direct, making it easy for readers to take in the knowledge without becoming overwhelmed. The book’s readable format of 250 words per page makes it a great option for people with hectic schedules looking for a quick read that still leaves an impression.

Grady skillfully integrates his personal experiences and lessons learned throughout the story, giving it a relatable sense of authenticity. His openness gives the book more substance and transforms it from a simple manual into a collaborative examination of the human condition.

Although the book is only 120 pages long, Grady makes the most of every word and doesn’t use any filler. The book’s conciseness adds to its efficacy by making it simple for readers to review important ideas. For people who value clear-cut but insightful information, this book is a great resource because each page contains a pearl of wisdom.

“Let it Be” is a nonfiction piece that is notable for its capacity to cut over age and cultural divides. Grady’s approach is universal, so his lessons are applicable to readers of different backgrounds. The book offers a road map for anyone trying to let go, regardless of whether they are dealing with personal issues or are just looking for a mentality adjustment.

Although the book is excellent in many ways, some topics could use a more thorough examination. Some readers could beg for more information on some topics that were only skimmed over. This restriction, though, also highlights Grady’s ability to condense difficult concepts into manageable chunks.

In summary, “Let it Be” is a treasure in the field of non-fiction writing. This book is a great addition to any self-help collection because of Thomas Grady’s skill at condensing complex concepts into an easily understood format. This book is more than just a read; it’s a manual that inspires readers to think critically, make healthy adjustments, and finally let go of things that no longer serve them.

[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

“Let it Be” by Thomas Grady is a thought-provoking exploration of the potential of industrial hemp to address pressing global issues. Grady presents a compelling case for embracing hemp industrialism as a sustainable solution to environmental challenges, weaving together elements of agriculture, capitalism, and environmentalism.

The author’s enthusiasm for the miraculous properties of hemp, specifically its fiber and seed, is contagious. Grady skillfully navigates beyond the common association of hemp with marijuana, showcasing its diverse applications in areas such as clothing, construction, and biofuels. The book serves as an eye-opener, revealing how this seemingly humble plant could be a key player in combating deforestation and soil degradation.

What sets this book apart is its realistic and practical approach to sustainable living. Grady emphasizes the importance of replacing hate with love and caring for oneself and others. These messages resonate well with the broader theme of creating a more equitable and sustainable society. The book is not just about hemp; it’s about fostering a positive change in the world.

I found little to dislike about this book. Grady’s bold use of texts to emphasize crucial points enhances readability, and the inclusion of pictures and quotes adds a dynamic touch. While some readers might approach the proposed hemp revolution with skepticism, the book is well worth the read for those interested in environmentalism and sustainability.

The author’s call to switch to plant-based meat due to methane emissions from livestock is a notable highlight, showcasing a holistic approach to addressing environmental concerns. This resonated with me, a vegan, and added a personal connection to the book’s message.

I rate “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady a solid 5 out of 5 stars. The book’s insightful exploration of hemp industrialism, combined with its well-edited and error-free presentation, makes it deserving of the highest rating. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in environmental issues, sustainable living, and the transformation potential of industrial hemp. Grady’s message has the power to spark meaningful discussions and inspire positive changes in our approach to agriculture and the environment.

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[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

In non-fiction literature, “Let It Be” by Thomas Grady stands as a beacon of enlightenment and a visionary guide for the troubled times we live in. The author’s deep understanding of the pressing issues facing humanity, combined with passionate advocacy for Industrial Hemp, creates a compelling narrative that captivates from start to finish.

Grady’s writing style is both authoritative and accessible, making complex environmental and economic concepts digestible for readers of all backgrounds. The timing of the book coinciding with global events adds a sense of urgency, aligning the narrative with the challenges the world currently grapples with. The author skillfully weaves historical events, like the Russia-Ukraine conflict, with the broader context of environmental crises, creating a narrative that feels both immediate and timeless.

The heart of “Let It Be” lies in Grady’s Green Industrial Idealism, a concept that transcends mere environmentalism. It presents a comprehensive vision for a post-capitalistic world, emphasizing sustainability, population control, and environmental responsibility. The transition from oil to Industrial Hemp, as advocated in the book, is not just a practical solution but a symbol of hope for a planet in peril.

What sets this book apart is its unapologetic idealism. Grady doesn’t shy away from acknowledging the failures of current systems and proposes a revolutionary shift in mindset. The inclusion of Sustainable Capitalism and Cosmic Love as guiding principles adds depth to the narrative, making it more than just a discourse on environmental issues but a holistic approach to a new way of living.

“Let It Be” is a testament to the author’s dedication, having spent 15 years meticulously researching and formulating solutions to the challenges we face today. It’s a rallying cry for readers to join the global “March for Life” and embrace a world where humanity’s survival is intertwined with the well-being of the planet. There is nothing to dislike about the book, and it is well-edited. It deserves 5 out of 5 stars!

In conclusion, “Let It Be” is not just a book; it’s a lifeline for a world teetering on the brink. Thomas Grady’s magnum opus is a compelling and comprehensive guide that deserves a place on the bookshelves of those who seek not only knowledge but a road-map to a better, sustainable future.

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[Following is a volunteer review of “Let it Be” by Thomas Grady.]

Let it Be by Thomas Grady by Thomas Grady: A Visionary Blueprint for a Sustainable Future

Thomas Grady’s “Let it Be” is a thought-provoking and ambitious exploration of the potential of Industrial Hemp as a sustainable solution to the pressing challenges facing humanity, particularly in the context of environmental degradation and the urgent need for a paradigm shift in our economic systems. Grady presents a compelling vision for a future where Industrial Hemp becomes a linchpin in the transition to a more sustainable and eco-friendly global society.

The book is not just about Industrial Hemp; it’s a call to action and a manifesto for what Grady terms Green Industrial Idealism. The narrative is underpinned by a sense of urgency, with Grady framing Industrial Hemp as a miraculous plant that could be the key to human survival amidst global warming and environmental crises. His vision encompasses a radical shift from the current reliance on fossil fuels to a more sustainable model anchored in Industrial Hemp agriculture.

One of the strengths of “Let it Be” is Grady’s ability to connect the dots between various global issues, such as climate change, economic collapse, and geopolitical conflicts. He situates the potential adoption of Industrial Hemp within a broader context of impending global challenges, making a persuasive case for why the world needs a paradigmatic shift.

The book delves into Sustainable capitalism, offering an alternative economic system that prioritizes population control, environmental safety, and zero-carbon targets before expansion can occur. Grady’s vision is bold, and he advocates for a conscious approach to growth that considers the limited resources of the Earth.

The emphasis on the role of women in leading the charge for change adds a unique and refreshing dimension to the narrative. The concept of a global “March for Life” becomes a symbol of collective action, demanding an end to the fossil fuel era and advocating for a more caring and compassionate world—what Grady terms “Cosmic Love.”

While the vision presented in “Let it Be” is compelling, it is also highly idealistic. Grady acknowledges the challenges and complexities of implementing such a grand vision but remains optimistic about its potential impact. The ambitious nature of the proposals may raise questions about feasibility, requiring careful consideration and evaluation.

The book’s strength lies in its ability to ignite a sense of urgency and provoke thought about the interconnections of global issues. Grady succeeds in presenting Industrial Hemp as a versatile and Eco-friendly resource, and his passion for the subject is evident throughout the book.

“Let it Be” is a commendable effort to address critical global issues and propose a visionary solution. While readers may approach the book with varying levels of scepticism, its core message—that we need a drastic shift in our approach to sustainability—is undeniably relevant and worthy of consideration. For its bold vision and impassioned advocacy for change, “Let it Be” earns a rating of 5 out of 5.

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