List of Dystopia Books

This list is to give readers a sample of what type of books qualify under the Dtsyopia genre.  This is just a sample of Dystopia novels.  It is (and always will be) a work in progress.  :D

1984 – George Orwell

A Clockwork Orange – Anthony Burgess

Animal Farm – George Orwell

Armageddons Children – Terry Brooks

Ashes – Ilsa Bick

Birthmarked – Caragh OBrien

Bloodtide – Melvin Burgess

Brave New World – Aldoux Huxley

Breathe – Sarah Crossan

Bumped – Megan McCafferty

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Delirium – Lauren Oliver

Divergent – Veronica Roth

Double Cross – Malorie Blackman

Enclave – Ann Aguirre

Eve – Anna Carey

Extras – Scott Westerfeld

Farenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury

Feed – MT Anderson

Floodland – Marcus Sedgwick

Flux – Beth Gooble

Forbidden – Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee

Forest Of Hands And Teeth – Carrie Ryan

Girl In The Arena – Lise Haines

Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

Life As We Knew It – Susan Beth Pfeffer

Legend – Marie Lu

Lord Of The Flies – William Golding

Matched – Allie Condie

Mockingjay – Susanne Collins

Monsters Of Men -Patrick Ness

Neoromancer – William Gibson

Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood

Planet Of The Apes – Pierre Boulle

Precisely Terminated – Amanda L. Davis

Pretties – Scott Westerfeld

Prized – Caragh O’Brien

Pure – Julianna Baggott

Ready Player One -Ernest Cline

Secret Under My Skin – Janet Elizabeth McNaughton

Shade’s Children – Garth Nix

Shades Of Grey – Jasper Fforde

Specials – Scott Westerfeld

The Ask And The Answer -Patrick Ness

The City of Ember – Jeanne DuPrau

The Cure – Sonia Levitin

The Dead And The Gone – Susan Beth Pfeffer

The Children Of Men – PD James

The Giver – Lois Lowry

The Handmaids Tale – Margaret Atwood

The Host by Stephanie Meyer

The Knife Of Never Letting Go – Patrick Ness

The Maze Runner by James Dasher

The Passage – Justin Cronin

The Running Man – Stephen King

The Scorch Trials – James Dasher

The Stand – Stephen King

The Time Machine – HG Wells

The Vaults – Toby Ball

The Year Of The Flood – Margaret Atwood

This World We Live In – Susan Beth Pfeffer

Uglies by Scott Westerfeld

Underworld – Don DeLillo

V For Vendetta – Alan Moore

When She Woke by Hillary Jordan

Wither – Laurel De Stefano

  1. I loved Forbidden by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee (not listed)
    The Hunger Games trilogy (AWESOMELY WICKED!!!!!!)

    I am wanting to read Divergent and some others listed! Whooo!!

  2. I would add Replay by Ken Grimwood. It’s not entirely dystopian, but it has some really cool elements to it… and it’s the best book ever written.

  3. Ooooh. I am a HUGE dystopia fan. Keep finding myself drawn to it again and again…with short gaps between for some other stuff. Question, though, are you distinguishing between post-apocalyptic and dystopian and/or science fiction? This will be fun! Thanks for arranging!

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