1929: The World Below by S. Fowler Wright
January 23, 2008
A man travels five hundred thousand years into the future (imagine the frequent flyer miles he’d get!) to an era where telepathic amphibians rule the planet. Amphibians would be terrible leaders – they’re always flip-flopping on the whole ‘live on land or live in the water’ issue. Plus, they store their emails on personal servers, which is the very worst thing a leader anywhere can do – if a leader does this, vote for their opposition, no matter what.
On a scale of worlds below us ranging from Hell to Australia, this book is: Hellstralia.