Fiction - Dystopia

The Age of the Child

By Kristen Tsetsi

Kristen Tsetsi has done the most frightening thing any artist can do by taking a current threat to human rights and following it to a logical conclusion in The Age of the Child. Katherine wouldn’t be pregnant if birth control weren’t illegal. She wouldn’t be...

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The Dial

A Collection of Science Fiction Short Stories
By Rory Warwick

Fans of science fiction with a focus on the human side of the equation rather than on glistening technology and special effects, and who enjoy doses of suspense, danger, mystery, mind games, multiple dimensions, and even a bit of romance and philosophy along the way,...

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Gold Shadow

Bronze Rebellion Book 1
By L.C. Perry

Two young women, from opposite ends of the spectrum, are set to collide in L.C. Perry's dystopian fiction Gold Shadow (Bronze Rebellion Book 1). Eighteen-year-old Ebony, born a slave, has only ever known the horrors and struggle for survival underground as a slave in the...

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The Wanderer and the New West

By Adam Bender

The Wanderer and the New West by Adam Bender is a dystopian view of an America that many may well see as a path the country is already headed down. Federal rule has virtually ceased and all power lies with the states - no longer...

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The Longest Midnight

A Zombie Novel
By J.J. Fowler

The Longest Midnight: A Zombie Novel is a post-apocalyptic horror novel written by J.J. Fowler. It had been twenty years since Captain Joshua Drake had entered the army at the tender age of sixteen. Now he looked far older than his age, and the battle...

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The Doorkeeper's Secrets

By E. L. Morrow

The Doorkeeper’s Secrets by E.L. Morrow is set in the distant future, a moment in history when power has metamorphosed tremendously and a few people have succeeded in holding humanity a kind of hostage through political machinations and intrigue. Readers are introduced to four powerful...

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Animal Graph

(Sci-Fi FANTASY DYSTOPIA) (Graph World Book 1)
By M. Black

Animal Graph by M. Black is a great entry in the Graph World series, a book with a powerful dystopian setting and strong characters. Told in a compelling narrative voice, this novel plunges the reader into a post-war America, where humans — mostly soldiers of...

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Dori

Even Bad People Have Good Souls
By Dave Lozer

The doctors had diagnosed Doris with non convulsive status epilepticus, but there was so little known about the condition that it wasn't possible to be 100%, but in this case they were far off the mark. She had always been different, her first words were...

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Red Star Rising

By Tyler Roberts

Red Star Rising by Tyler Roberts is a gripping novel with a strong dystopian and political setting. The American Empire is on the brink of collapse, economically weakened by its uncontrolled spending and mounting debts. Now, China wants the debt repaid and the US is...

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The Interceptor's Song

By Frederick H. Crook

The Interceptor’s Song by Frederick H. Crook takes place in a future dystopian world. In the fall of 2095, the Native American chiefs of North America regained their freedom and took to self-government as the weakening federal government of the United States could no longer...

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