The Bone Clocks

So from hard-core economics to… mainstream fiction.

Not my cup-of-tea at all, but was recommended as the final section describes a dystopian future (2043).  Pleasingly, this isn’t just sea-level rise and AGW , but a quite realistic vision of a world post the “Endarkening” in which society has broken down and energy is a missing commodity (roving bands of militia steal the few remaining solar panels etc).

Most of the book is a dubious mish-mash of paranormal and esoterica… but it was a best-seller so who am I to argue?