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Broken Images - A Dystopian Journey By Lisa Shea
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I could not believe my eyes. Everything I had feared had become true. Now I had to try to stay alive long enough to make all the sacrifices worthwhile. Broken Images is the third and final book in... More > the Ishtato Saga, after He Who Was Living. This series follows one young woman's journey through treacherous landscapes, backstabbing strangers, and lethal challenges. If she survives, her path will lead her to a final destination beyond anything she could have imagined. All author's proceeds from sales of Lisa Shea's dystopian novellas benefit battered women’s shelters. Lisa's novellas are teen-friendly. They are written without explicit intimacy or violence.< Less
This Plague of Love By Lenny Stoute
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In a not too distant dystopian future, a mercenary/case worker at the Call Centre of the Doomed falls for a very mysterious co-worker. Who may or may not be Bergmann, a pop culture diva with links... More > to the Insurgency and very soon, a price on her head. It helps that millions of young women all over the world walk around looking like Bergmann, allowing her to hide in plain sight. A tale of out of control passions wrapped in a taco shell of social commentary sauced with pitch-black humor< Less
Love Of Life And Other Stories By Jack London
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John Griffith "Jack" London (born John Griffith Chaney, January 12, 1876 – November 22, 1916) was an American author, journalist, and social activist. He was a pioneer in the... More > then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction and was one of the first fiction writers to obtain worldwide celebrity and a large fortune from his fiction alone.He is best remembered as the author of The Call of the Wild and White Fang, both set in the Klondike Gold Rush, as well as the short stories "To Build a Fire", "An Odyssey of the North", and "Love of Life".[citation needed] He also wrote of the South Pacific in such stories as "The Pearls of Parlay" and "The Heathen", and of the San Francisco Bay area in The Sea Wolf. London was a passionate advocate of unionization, socialism, and the rights of workers and wrote several powerful works dealing with these topics such as his dystopian novel The Iron Heel, his non-fiction exposé The People of the Abyss, and The War of the Classes. -wikipedia< Less
The Twenty-Third Century: Nontraditional Love By Rafael Grugman
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e dystopian novel The Twenty-Third Century: Nontraditional Love describes an inverted (homosexual) world in which mixed-sex marriages are forbidden. Conception occurs in test tubes. In lesbian... More > families, one of the women carries the child. Gay male couples turn to surrogate mothers to bring their children to term. The Netherlands is the only country where mixed-sex marriages are permitted. In this world intimacy between the opposite sexes is rejected, world history and the classics of world literature, such as Tolstoy, Shakespeare, Dumas... even the Bible – have been falsified in order to support the ideology of the homosexual world. In this world same-sex love is a traditional love. At the heart of the novel is a love story between a man and a woman who unfortunately were born as heterosexuals in a homosexual world and they forced to hide their feelings and their sexual orientation. The novel is similar to books written by George Orwell, such as 1984.< Less
The Blazing World By Margaret Cavendish
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1666 Dystopian Science Fiction, Woman Author The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing-World. A Merchant travelling into a foreign Country, fell extreamly in Love with a young Lady; but... More > being a stranger in that Nation, and beneath her, both in Birth and Wealth, he could have but little hopes of obtaining his desire; however his Love growing more and more vehement upon him, even to the slighting of all difficulties, he resolved at last to Steal her away; which he had the better opportunity to do, because her Father's house was not far from the Sea, and she often using to gather shells upon the shore accompanied not with above two to three of her servants it encouraged him the more to execute his design. Thus coming one time with a little leight Vessel, not unlike a Packet-boat, mann'd with some few Sea-men, and well victualled, for fear of some accidents, which might perhaps retard their journey, to the place where she used to repair; he forced her away...< Less
The Iron Heel By Jack London
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1908 Dystopian Science Fiction, Alternative History It cannot be said that the Everhard Manuscript is an important historical document. To the historian it bristles with errors—not errors of... More > fact, but errors of interpretation. Looking back across the seven centuries that have lapsed since Avis Everhard completed her manuscript, events, and the bearings of events, that were confused and veiled to her, are clear to us. She lacked perspective. She was too close to the events she writes about. Nay, she was merged in the events she has described. Nevertheless, as a personal document, the Everhard Manuscript is of inestimable value. But here again enter error of perspective, and vitiation due to the bias of love. Yet we smile, indeed, and forgive Avis Everhard for the heroic lines upon which she modelled her husband. We know to-day that he was not so colossal, and that he loomed among the events of his times less largely than the Manuscript would lead us to believe...< Less
LiTtLe BlAcK CiRcLeS By Kerri Anne Byrnes
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This collection features poems about many experiences across the life continuum.
The Executor By Angel Dunworth
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The Executor (Dystopian/ romance) Forbidden love has the bite of a siren, sweet and heady until it takes you under. In a tale of uncharted lust, two characters must navigate unknown seas, escaping... More > danger at every corner: their fate lies in their own hands. Others’ hands are grasping at their necks, trying to elude them at every turn. Authority is the god of the earth, and these players know their love is only worth something if it buoys a greater power. But they’re playing to win: is there anything that can stand in their way? For, in all the endless seas of the earth, what could mean more than love?< Less
The Day Rome Was Built By John Davis
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"Quick but weighty read that fans of dystopian and historical fiction will enjoy." - Kirkus Reviews Herman Rosenfeld wakes up in an alternate 1997 where the Fascist powers won World War... More > II. The United States still exists, but has not been immune to the cultural contagion of intolerance and hatred the Fascist states have spread. Herman works to figure out the point where his new world diverged from his old one. He realizes he knows who caused this divergence and with his alternate world grandson, Josh, he sets off for Rome, the capital of the Fascist New Roman Empire, to find the man responsible, Vito Armini. Through his quest to find a way home, Herman grows to love his new grandson and witnesses the tragedy that one man’s power-seeking has wrought upon the world.< Less
The Day Rome Was Built By John Davis
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"Quick but weighty read that fans of dystopian and historical fiction will enjoy." - Kirkus Reviews Herman Rosenfeld wakes up in an alternate 1997 where the Fascist powers... More > won World War II. The United States still exists, but has not been immune to the cultural contagion of intolerance and hatred the Fascist states have spread. Herman works to figure out the point where his new world diverged from his old one. He realizes he knows who caused this divergence and with his alternate world grandson, Josh, he sets off for Rome, the capital of the Fascist New Roman Empire, to find the man responsible, Vito Armini. Through his quest to find a way home, Herman grows to love his new grandson and witnesses the tragedy that one man’s power-seeking has wrought upon the world.< Less

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