Novels that explore environmental and social justice themes.
Russell Hoban£9.99 £9.49
SF Said and Dave McKean£12.99 £12.34
Tochi Onyebuchi£14.99 £14.24
Ann-Helen Laestadius£18.99 £18.04
Ali Smith£16.99 £16.14
Jessie Greengrass£8.99 £8.54
Jenny (Y) Offill£8.99 £8.54
Anthea Simmons£7.99 £7.59
Daisy Hildyard£12.99 £12.34
MAJA LUNDE£9.99 £9.49
Becky Chambers£16.99 £16.14
William Sutcliffe£7.99 £7.59
Madeleine Watts£8.99 £8.54
MOHSIN HAMID£9.99 £9.49
John Lanchester£9.99 £9.49
Who is protected from whom by this epic border wall? Lanchester's dystopia explores inclusion, exlusion and inter-generational justice.
Octavia E. Butler£9.99 £9.49
Powerfully prescient considering it was released in 1993, Butler conjures dystopia from a California beset by climate-induced fire and social unrest.
Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman£8.99 £8.54
What happens when the taps run dry? This YA thriller sets the action in California, but any number of cities may have to answer this question in coming years.
A haunting allegory of denial and disaster across generational divides.
Michael Christie£10.99 £10.44
Rumaan Alam£9.99 £9.49
Two mis-matched families hunker down in a crisis, in this funny and unsettling tale about what we value and what we deny.
Imbolo Mbue£14.99 £14.24
Ta-Nehisi Coates£9.99 £9.49
The first novel from one of America's most eloquent writers on race.
Nadifa Mohamed£14.99 £14.24
Bangkok Wakes to Rain: Shortlisted for the 2020 Edward Stanford 'Fiction with a Sense of Place' award
Pitchaya Sudbanthad£9.99 £9.49
An extraordinary portrait of a city, told through a series of vignettes of ordinary lives. The book quietly moves from past to present, to a speculative future in which Bangkok is underwater - as is projected by 2050.
Anja Kampmann and Anne Posten£24.99 £23.74
A beautifully melancholic story about an oil rig working wrestling with grief and identity.
A story of family, race and migration, told across two continents and two decades.
Carys Bray£14.99 £14.24
Exploring eco-anxiety in a marriage, with humour and perception.
Chen Qiufan£18.99 £18.04
Chen Quifan draws on his own experiences of the e-waste trade in China to inform his sci-fi novel about the underside of technology.
Barbara Kingsolver£9.99 £9.49
A woman comes face to face with an uncanny natural phenomena in this beautifully written story of changing people in a changing landscape.
Amitav Ghosh£9.99 £9.49
A naturalist explores the natural wonders of the Sundarbans, while others struggle with the encroachment of the sea into their community.
Robert Llewellyn£9.99 £9.49
Robert Llewellyn, of the Fully Charged Show and Red Dwarf, tries his hand at a sustainable utopia. There aren't many utopias around these days, are there?
Esi Edugyan£14.99 £13.94
A slave boy is taken on as an assistant by a white scientist in this adventure story that investigates race, prejudice, and the motives behind apparent altruism.
Colson Whitehead£8.99 £8.54
A woman on the run from slavery travels a surreally literal Underground Railroad through a series of imagined Americas.
J. G. Ballard£9.99 £9.49
Writing in the early 60s, J G Ballard set his novel in a hot and humid climate-changed London.
Margaret Atwood£10.99 £10.44
Dark, funny and uniquely Atwood, Oryx and Crake kicks off a trilogy set in a near future distorted by genetic engineering gone awry.
Edward O. (Harvard University) Wilson£12.99
The respected biologist turns his life-long fascination with ants into a novel that plays out at human scale, ant scale and the grander sweep of evolution.
Ten short climate-themed stories from notable fiction writers, with proceeds going to 350.org.
George Turner£9.99 £9.49
Written in the late 80s, this is an Australian classic of speculative fiction that describes a flooded Melbourne set in 2023.
Colson Whitehead£9.99 £9.49
A zombie story, yes - but also a satire on the emptiness of late capitalist consumerism.
Jessie Greengrass£14.99 £14.24
Amitav Ghosh£9.99 £9.49
Jesmyn Ward£9.99 £9.49
Alexandra Kleeman£14.99 £14.24