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Dystopia is a form of literature that explores social and political structures. It is a creation of a nightmare world - unlike its opposite, Utopia, which is an ideal world. Dystopia is often characterized by an authoritarian or totalitarian form of government. It often features different kinds of repressive social control systems, a lack or total absence of individual freedoms and expressions, and a state of constant warfare or violence. Many novels combine both Dystopia and Utopia, often as a metaphor for the different directions humanity can take in its choices, ending up with one of the tw ...more

New Releases Tagged "Dystopia"

Tell the Wind and Fire
Flawed (Flawed, #1)
Let the Wind Rise (Sky Fall, #3)
Redemption (MILA 2.0, #3)
Alight (The Generations Trilogy, #2)
The Epidemic (The Program, #0.6)
Golden (Heart of Dread, #3)
Future Shock
Undaunted (Fetch, #2)
Hystopia: A Novel
Away We Go
Consider (Holo, #1)
Prodigy: The Graphic Novel (Legend: The Graphic Novel, #2)
There Once Were Stars
Arena
Fear My Mortality (Mortal Eternity, #1)
Strike (Hit, #2)
Saven Disclosure (Saven #2)
Maladapted
The Sign Of One
Masked (Citizen Saga, #4)
On the Edge of Gone
Broken Crowns (The Internment Chronicles, #3)
Beyond the Red
United States of Japan
The Last One
Dark Energy
Broken Sky (The Broken Trilogy, #1)
The Black Knife (The Orphan Queen, #0.4)
Schism
The Calling
The Courier (San Angeles, #1)
Facsimile (Facsimile, #1)
Those Below (The Empty Throne #2)
The Destructives
Season of Glory (The Remnants #3)
East of West, Vol. 5: The Last Supper
The Civility Code (Civilogy, #1)
Dissension (Echo Hunter 367, #1)


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Margaret Atwood
That was when they suspended the Constitution. They said it would be temporary. There wasn't even any rioting in the streets. People stayed home at night, watching television, looking for some direction. There wasn't even an enemy you could put your finger on.
Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale

Arun D. Ellis
Only a psychopath would ever think of doing these things, only a psychopath would dream of abusing other people in such a way, only a psychopath would treat people as less than human just for money. The shocking truth is, even though they now have most if not all of the money, they want still more, they want all of the money that you have left in your pockets, they want it all because they have no empathy with other people, with other creatures, they have no feeling for the world which they expl ...more
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