A fascinating and sweeping history of the electric car, by the founder of ClimateWire, an industry insider and veteran Wall Street Journal reporter. Award-winning former Wall Street Journal reporter John Fialka brings to life this thrilling and important story about American's rejection and second obsession with the electric car.
John Fialka worked for The Wall Street Journal's Washington Bureau for 26 years. In 2008 he became editor and founder of ClimateWire, a private subscription Internet daily focused on climate change. He has written three books and won several major journalism awards for investigative reporting including the Worth Bingham and Raymond Clapper prizes.
Praise for "Sisters:
""Fialka sprinkles his account with personal recollections and writes sympathetically of a group that has often been maligned and caricatured. Nuns will appreciate his treatment of their lives, as will Catholics pondering a church with diminishing numbers of the women who helped shape it." -"Publishers Weekly
"This is the glorious and sad story of the rise and fall of one of the greatest of the orders, the Sisters of Mercy. One cannot read "Sisters" without recalling the memories of those years and those wonderful, godly, and irreplaceable women." -Pat Buchanan