Winner of the best original sci-fi paperback, this post-apocalyptic tale is reminiscent of The Road in its vague rendering of the violent history in a dystopian America. What you can infer, however, is that the apocalypse is a result of global warming – an idea that hits close to home and begs the unsettling question, is this our future?
Robert Heinlein called The Mote in God's Eye 'possibly the finest science fiction novel I have ever read.' Recently added to our store, The Gripping Hand is a worthy sequel — and listener favorite L.J. Ganser returns to narrate.