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Dark Horizons

Dark Horizons: Visions of Dystopian and/or Post-Apocalyptic Worlds 

White Horse
by Alex Adams

Things We Didn’t See Coming
by Steven Amsterdam

In the Country of Last Things
by Paul Auster

The Water Knife
by Paolo Bacigalupi

by Julianna Baggott*

The Curfew
by Jesse Ball

Scorch City
by Toby Ball

The Lexicon
by Max Barry

Red Rising
by Pierce Brown*

The Investigation
by Philippe Claudel

The Only Ones
by Carola Dibbell

The Office of Mercy
by Ariel Djanikian

The Waking Engine
by David Edison

Shades of Grey
by Jasper Fforde*

by Mira Grant*

Fire Sermon
by Francesca Haig

Daughters of the North
by Sarah Hall

The Gone-Away World
by Nick Harkaway

The Folded Man
by Matt Hill

The Dog Stars
by Peter Heller

The Unit
by Ninni Holmqvist

The Darwin Elevator
by Jason M. Hough*

Wool Omnibus
by Hugh Howey

by Howard Jacobson

Lighthouse Island
by Paulette Jiles

Unplugging Philco
by Jim Knipfel

On Such a Full Sea
by Chang-rae Lee

The Facility
by Simon Lelic

by Edan Lupucki

Station Eleven
by Emily St. John Mandel

by Peyton Marshall

Perdido Street Station
by China Miéville*

The Country of Ice Cream Star
by Sandra Newman

The Dream of Perpetual Motion
by Dexter Palmer

Resurrection Express
by Stephen Romano

by Lev AC Rosen

Love in the Time of Fridges
by Tim Scott

The Bone Season*
by Samantha Shannon

by Scott Sigler*

The Silence and the Roar
by Nihād Sīrīs

by Michael Farris Smith

Shovel Ready
by Adam Sternbergh

Free Radicals: A Novel of Utopia and Dystopia
by Zeke Teflon

Find Me
by Laura Van Den Berg

by Jeff VanderMeer*

by Vanessa Veselka

Just a Couple of Days
by Tony Vigorito

The Age of Miracles
by Karen Thompson Walker

The Affinities
by Robert Charles Wilson


*indicates part of a series


Classic Dystopian Tales


The Handmaid’s Tale
byMargaret Atwood

Fahrenheit 451
by Ray Bradbury

A Clockwork Orange
byAnthony Burgess

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
by Philip K. Dick

byGeorge Orwell



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