The Anguished Dawn
by James P. Hogan

An epic novel about cataclysms on Earth and the struggle to reestablish civilization by recolonizing it from outposts near Saturn. It embodies arguments against evolution and for intelligent design of the genomes. Unfortunately, it also embodies anarcho-communism a la Kropotkin.

Year Read: 2003


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