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Is it just me, or is it getting a little... apocalyptic in here? I don't know if anyone has been checking the news lately, but at this rate I'm worried I won't have time to enjoy mine.The Maid's Story-Styleretrograde antifeministdystopian police stateprior toclimate changetakes you and me underwater. It's a scary time to be human (and an embarrassing time to be an American). The good news is that you still can.become a big nuisanceto the forces of hatred and injustice. The bad news is... everything else. So if it has to betaking a breakFrom the constant stream of scary news, here are some fun, heartwarming, and oddly hopeful books about the end of the world.
Look, I'm not saying it's time to move on from "How can we save the world?" to "well there are someadvantagefor the imminent end of mankind?" It's time to vote, organize and make some noise. Giving up all hope is not a particularly useful strategy for major political change, and it certainly won't wake you up in the morning. But if you constantly imagine disasters , horrors, and zombie wastelands, these books can help you overcome some of those fears (and have a good laugh along the way):