The New Yorker
has called him "one of the most important political writers working in America today." Time
magazine has called him a hero of the environment. But it's being a science fiction author that has landed Kim Stanley Robinson on the global literary map and The New York Times
bestseller list. At a time when the debate on climate change is heating up once again, a new book by the Davis novelist and ecological champion examines a future in which we're grappling with the mistakes of out past.
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