I’ll prepare a bunch of enviro-friendly novels for next meeting. Not only these books relate to us but they also provide a useful insight into various aspects of being environmentally aware.
To add to the list in the article below:
- Conrad Cooper’s Last Stand, by Leonie Agnew;
- Forty Signs of Rain, by Kim Stanley Robinson and fifty degrees below;
- And several Carl Hiaassen hilarious books Flush, Bad Monkey, or Hoot.
Please leave a comment to add similar books you know.
It is not Sci-Fi, yet it is fiction with a future focus. It is fiction that expresses what could happen with the global change our world is experiencing, in various ways and perspectives. The genre “eco-thriller” is on the rise and it is as exciting as crime, adventure or detective stories. Plus, it could turn out true!
Carbon Diaries, Sacy Lloyd
2015. Britain governement implements a carbon card to ration it. You take a car? You use up some of your monthly allowance. You light up your fan? You use up more carbon points, and they disappear far quicker than you would expect. Laura is a normal urban teenager who loves music and tries to live a normal life. Everybody will adapt differently to this new situation. Then disaster strikes… Laura tells about it all in her diary, in a realistic and witty style. Award-winning series.
Empty, by Susan Weyn
In a town…
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