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15 Great Environmentalist Sci-Fi Novels

By Matt Heckler Sep 23, 2013

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Ursula K. Le Guin’s Always Coming Home

When it comes to examining social issues in sci-fi, there’s nobody more awesome than Ursula K. Le Guin! We don’t think she ever wrote a novel that didn’t have something important to say, aside from just being extremely entertaining. Always Coming Home is a novel about human civilization picking up the pieces following an apocalypse, this time trying very hard not to make the same mistakes that left the world in ruins if the first time around.

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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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