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message 1: by Kenneth (new)

Kenneth McKinley | 1511 comments Mod
What are your favorite Apocalyptic/Dystopian tales?

message 4: by Darkling (new)

Darkling Daath (darklingdaath) | 9 comments Just to mention a few the the clockwork orange, The mist, the handmaid tales, the long walk,1984,Fahrenheit 451,a brave new world,the road etc

message 5: by Becko (new)

Becko | 41 comments All amazing stories but I don't remember the road.

message 6: by C.C.Webb (new)

C.C.Webb | 40 comments WOW look at all these recs! I've been meaning to look deeper into dystopian horror.

message 7: by Atl (new)

Atl (dark_leo) | 271 comments Yeah it’s one of my fav genres as well.

message 8: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker | 2 comments I just finished the Knife of Never Letting Go trilogy. It's post-apocalyptic but I'd say its more psychological then scary.

message 9: by Ann (new)

Ann Schwader (annkschwader) | 62 comments I'd suggest It Can't Happen Here, but that's just waaay too scary right now. Trust me on this.

message 10: by Scott (new)

Scott  Neumann (scottneumann) | 372 comments Some favorites of mine are....

Swan Song by Robert R. McCammon , The Stand by Stephen King , Warday by Whitley Strieber , The Long Walk by Richard Bachman , The Bridge by John Skipp , Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury , The Running Man by Richard Bachman , Nature's End by Whitley Strieber , Nightworld (Adversary Cycle, #6) by F. Paul Wilson , Swallowing a Donkey's Eye by Paul Tremblay , Portent (TP) Portent (TP) by James Herbert , The Gunslinger by Stephen King , The Waste Lands (The Dark Tower, #3) by Stephen King , and Earthworm Gods by Brian Keene .

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