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The Serena Wilcox Dystopian Trilogy By Natalie Buske Thomas
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Futuristic America is corrupt, heavy with conspiracy, and chillingly close to tomorrow's headlines. As the United States continues to spiral out of control, can Serena stop multiple plots to kill the... More > president? President Ann Kinji has nowhere to turn and no one to trust except for government outsider, former private detective mother of three Serena Wilcox, and her motley crew of vigilantes, burned agents and the criminally insane. The Serena Wilcox Dystopian Trilogy is "Eerie, intense and laugh-out-loud hilarious: SPELLBINDING!" -LMK The trilogy contains bestselling novel Angels Mark (2011), ALLi author pick Covert Coffee (2012) and new release Bluebird Flown (2013).< Less
Present Tense Future: Dystopian Stories from a New Generation By AT Writing Seminar 2018
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The future that Generation Z will inherit is threatened by issues ranging from social media abuse to genetic modification. In this anthology, twenty-four young writers from Singapore American School... More > tackle the dilemmas closest to their hearts. While satirizing that which makes them feel powerless, they hope to shed light on the injustice in the world around them.< Less
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Permission to Speak: an anthology of new fiction By Truhlar & Daurio, Editors
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Crossing all genres, this collection of works by twelve authors provides a transliterary snapshot of various trends and practices in North American fictioneering. What is a ‘story’, and... More > how can it be told? These concerns are reflected in pieces both unexpected and traditional. From photo-collage homolinguistic translation to speculative dystopian narrative to historical remembrance, here are works that use haunting and poetic language, humour, irony, gothic elements and documentary style to take the reader on unexpected voyages. Contributors: Melody Sumner Carnahan, Beverley Daurio, Michael Dean, Brian Dedora, Karl Jirgens, Lesley McAllister, Opal Louis Nations, Misha Nogha, Lance Olsen/Andi Olsen/Davis Schneiderman, John Riddell, John Shirley, Richard Truhlar< Less
Permission to Speak: an anthology of new fiction (pdf ebook) By Truhlar & Daurio, Editors
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Crossing all genres, this collection of works by twelve authors provides a transliterary snapshot of various trends and practices in North American fictioneering. What is a ‘story’, and... More > how can it be told? These concerns are reflected in pieces both unexpected and traditional. From photo-collage homolinguistic translation to speculative dystopian narrative to historical remembrance, here are works that use haunting and poetic language, humour, irony, gothic elements and documentary style to take the reader on unexpected voyages. Contributors: Melody Sumner Carnahan, Beverley Daurio, Michael Dean, Brian Dedora, Karl Jirgens, Lesley McAllister, Opal Louis Nations, Misha Nogha, Lance Olsen/Andi Olsen/Davis Schneiderman, John Riddell, John Shirley, Richard Truhlar< Less
The Perverse Utopia: Exploring Its Fiction, Philosophy and Social History By Alan Greenhalgh
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This book critically examines the relationship between man and society in Utopian systems. In order to do this, the author reviews a selection of Utopian and dystopian literature. There are excerpts... More > from fiction, philosophy, social and political history, and an appraisal of the relevant issues. Various topics relating to Utopia such as harmony, freedom and its expression, conflict, machines and thought, homosexual rights to marriage, the future of world languages, the function of religion and God, social control and democracy are explored with a view to investigating man's conflict with himself and society. Many of these issues are relevant not only to today but to the 22nd century too. This book provides a thought-provoking addition to the body of literature on the subject.< Less
The Perverse Utopia: Exploring its Fiction, Philosophy and Social History By Alan Greenhalgh
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This book critically examines the relationship between man and society in Utopian systems. In order to do this, the author reviews a selection of Utopian and dystopian literature. There are excerpts... More > from fiction, philosophy, social and political history, and an appraisal of the relevant issues. Various topics relating to Utopia such as harmony, freedom and its expression, conflict, machines and thought, homosexual rights to marriage, the future of world languages, the function of religion and God, social control and democracy are explored with a view to investigating man's conflict with himself and society. Many of these issues are relevant not only to today but to the 22nd century too. This book provides a thought-provoking addition to the body of literature on the subject.< Less
The Prepper Road Saga: Post Apocalyptic Survival Fiction Boxed Set Edition By Ron Foster
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A complete three book Solar EMP survival fiction boxed set for your end of the world enjoyment. After the post apocalyptic classic books contained in The Prepper Trilogy told the thrilling dystopian... More > tale of how our wayward survivors arrived at their lake refuge, the Prepper Road Saga picks up and finds them now trying to live a long-term existence in a post collapse grid down world. The Prepper Road Saga: Our End Of The Lake Revisited Volume 1 contains (The four Prepper Novelettes ) A Prepper Prepares For Christmas: The Prepper Saga volume 2 The Season Of The Solar Storm: Christmas Dreams and A Preppers Nightmare: Book 3 of the Prepper Saga This is Edition 2 Of The Prepper Road Compendium< Less
City of Words By Steven J. Carroll
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One wrong word can destroy you. The all-powerful ruling authority, the Common, implants sensors into its citizens, sensors into the eyes and into the ears. They can see what you see and hear what... More > you hear, and everything is monitored and recorded. One wrong word, or action, and you can lose your citizenship, which means death. This is the world that Alpha has survived in for thirteen years, and he's good at it. At the School, he's an instructor rank, the highest ranking, which means almost no mistakes, for years. But now everything is unraveling. The Common has set their sights on him, systematically testing him to determine his allegiances. And what's worse, they're bringing Theta into this, the only person in the world that he cares about, and they might even kill her to get to him.< Less
Whispers of Allegiance By Aral Bereux
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JRae Series, Book II. Julianna has barely survived her first battle with the Militia. Now she must follow her new mentor Master Watcher Caden Madison deeper into a world she desperately... More > doesn’t want. In the throes of war, hidden in the caves of Devil's Canyon, Caden Madison must find a way to return his defeated Rebel camp and his new apprentice Seer to the city sectors, where they can regroup against the Militia. However, their captors are closing in. The World Order eagerly awaits their Seer and the Militia's commander intends to deliver her at any cost necessary. How far will Caden Madison go to protect his apprentice?< Less

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