Books tagged: Dystopian
A chilling portrait of a family fighting to preserve their humanity in a cruel and merciless world
The collapse of civilization has left the survivors scattered amongst a few settlements along the wilderness fringe of a land ravaged by war. Preyed upon by roving bands of sadistic ... Read more
Centuries from now, in a post-climate change dying boreal forest of what used to be northern Canada, Kyo, a young acolyte called to service in the Exodus, discovers a diary that may provide her with the answers to her yearning for Earth's past--to the Age of Water, when the ... Read more
Today is a new day but yesterday was the same day. In this disquieting new work from award-winning novelist Rabindranath Maharaj, a man awakens in a strange institution called the Compound with no memory of his past. Struggling to make sense of his surroundings, he is skeptical ... Read more
By Mark Sampson
To solve the world's depopulation problem, scientists have developed a process known as "pullulation," which transmogrifies birds and mammals into humanoid form. When a terrible accident occurs, the once desolate planet Earth's population quadruples overnight with the appearance ... Read more
Eighty years have passed since flash floods, droughts, and tornadoes have ravaged the North American landscape and mass migrations to the north have led to decade-long wars. In the thriving city of La Ronge, George Taylor and Lenore Hanson are lawyers who rarely interact with ... Read more
In Has the World Ended Yet? we start with retired superheroes living in a soulless suburbia where everyone gets lost trying to get home. Then the angels start to fall from the sky. Is it Armageddon? And do we want the world to end or not?
In a series of linked short stories Peter ... Read more
At the onset of puberty girls' right legs are sawed off in Ramprend's Beautification Ritual. In this dystopian novel, female stumps are desirable to men. Solanj'l-- 'l denoting one-leg-- hates her inability to move freely and makes a wooden leg to enable her to walk, or step-drag, ... Read more
By Zoë Robertson & Jesse Life
Wave goodbye to the American dream.
Just a heartbeat into the future, America is being dragged to its knees by social unrest and economic inequality. The furious pace of technological advancement has made medicine capable of near-miracles but has also enabled the widespread ... Read more