Climate changing lit?

A recent  Guardian post complained that there aren’t many novels that deal with climate change.*

The article was met with multiple reading suggestions, mostly science fiction novels.

And um, hello? I have one! My YA urban fantasy: The First.

Below are a few of the other recommendations from the article’s comments.Anybody read these? Are they any good? 

The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi
The Drowned World by J. G. Ballard
Exodus by Julie Bertagna
World Made by Hand by James Howard Kuntsler
River of Gods by Ian McDonald
Forty Signs of Rain by Kim Stanley Robinson
Heavy Weather by Bruce Sterling

Do you have recommendations for novels that deal with climate change? 

(*Special thanks to writer Madhvi Ramani, for pointing out this article.)

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1 Response to Climate changing lit?

  1. The firsthand account of a god who comes to Earth to destroy mankind and ends up being its defender. When clouds suddenly envelop the globe and a ceaseless rain begins to fall on every continent, Du Moss, an amphibious teen, has only days to save the Age of Man from the Great Flood that will wash away the modern world.
    12: A Novel About the End of the Mayan Calendar.

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