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15 Great Environmentalist Sci-Fi Novels

By Matt Heckler Sep 23, 2013

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Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake

Margaret Atwood may be best known for her hugely influential feminist sci-fi novel The Handmaid’s Tale, but her more recent Oryx and Crake is further proof that Atwood is still a writing force to be reckoned with. It’s a really amazing and heartbreaking novel about a man trying to retrace the causes of a global environmental disaster, while mourning the loss of his two closest friends. Not one for the faint of heart, but is definitely indispensable when it comes to environment in sci-fi.

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Matt Heckler

Matt Heckler is a writer, book critic, musician, movie nerd, sci-fi aficionado, and awesome beard haver from Chicago. When he isn't writing for The MindHut, he is drinking tasty beverages and working on his first novel. Follow him on Twitter @androiddreamer!

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