Books Like Always Coming Home by Ursula K. Le Guin | Suggested Reading

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Sheri Tepper's Gate to Women's Country (1988) deals with a world that has been divided into two women and peaceful men living inside walled cities, and the warriors, banished to forts outside the city walls. It has been this way since an atomic war devastated the planet. These women must give up their sons, brothers, and lovers, yet something is just not quite right. Find out the secret that every Council in every Women's Country town knows and men must never find out.

In a novel similar to Le Guin's Always Coming Home, Sheri Tepper envisions a world without technology and deeply withdrawn into the Jun-gian archetypes. A Plague of Angels (1993) follows the adventures of Abasio and Ellel as they attempt to prevent a family of power-hungry nobles from reaching the stockpile of nuclear weapons on the moon. Unlike Le Guin...

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