Sci-fi lovers frequently cross the boundaries of time and space. Transcending the generic constraints related to places, numbers, seasons, and even worlds, they take their readers through parallel universes, interstellar societies, chimerical characters, telepathic transmissions and other elements of speculative technology. While enjoying this medley of science & sociology in literature, how often do we peep beneath the surface? Can we think of them as constructive structures that reflect the challenges and issues of the real world? Can they become tools of thinking beyond the box? How about the idea of living in the world we have always wanted, free from all injustice & inequalities?
Slowly but steadily, science fiction acts as an essential medium for creating the desired social effect, transforming, organizing, and bringing major social changes in society. Read to find out.