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Humanity goes head to head with a dangerous, mobile plant species in John Wyndham's post-apocalyptic classic.
The Robots of Gotham confirms our greatest fears about technology.
In the future, 17-year-old Anax takes an oral exam on 21st century history, hoping to gain acceptance into an elite government institution.
In the 1980s, young adult dystopian fiction was scarce. But today, it's a cultural touchstone and a force for change.
Possessing hope and a strange ability, Lauren is thrust into an unknown world with a seemingly impossible goal.
Nolite te bastardes carborundorum.
Ray Bradbury's dystopian classic is brought to life in this powerful peek at the upcoming film.
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Thirty years after it first came out, Philip José Farmer's "Dayworld" continues to resonate with modern readers.
These nine novels made unsettlingly accurate predictions about our modern world.