Make Room! Make Room!
The planet’s population has exploded. The 35 million inhabitants of New York City run their TVs off pedal power, riot for water, trample for lentil ‘steaks’, and sweat beneath a sweltering sun. Amid it all, a city cop tries to catch a gangster’s killer and vie for the affection of a dangerous woman…
Offering a disturbing vision of the future and a groundbreaking exploration of the dangers of overpopulation, Harry Harrison’s Make Room! Make Room! is a keystone work of science fiction — and the basis of the cult film Soylent Green.
A cautionary tale of what might happen if American consumption goes unchecked * Los Angeles Times * A bracing, revelatory experience * Guardian *
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