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    • Scifi > teen fiction
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    • Because one sells better and the other is wrongthink
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    • 1984 is an amazing book. It’s crazy how well Orwell predicted how technology would be used to control people.
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    • My problem with Divergent, Hunger Games, and any other teen novels similar to them is that they have really interesting concepts, but instead they focus on trashy teenage drama and shitty dialogue.
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    • One thing I dislike about new Dystopian stories is that Big Brother can be defeated. The whole point of Big Brother is that he's monolithic, immoveable. The only way to truly defeat him is to prevent him from coming to power in the first place, which is what the message should be.
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    • The best distopian book I ever read is “anthem” I really suggest you read it
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    • The plot of Divergent was trashy drama. The caste system they use is actually a really interesting concept, in that it's laws are engineered into tradition, which means the spirit of law can be enforced, to a degree, by it's own people. The ability to choose said caste presents opportunities...
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    • i really enjoyed Fahrenheit 451's portrayal of a dystopia
      Shinx 21 jun
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    • 1984 has a story set in a dystopian world, everyone keeps forgetting that it too is just a love story
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    • You really got divergent fans mad
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    • Anyone know where I could read a bunch of books for free
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    • The Giver was fucking incredible
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    • The monkeys have no worry about these silly books.
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    • If you want new age real dystopia, read Neal shusterman
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    • Y’all, check out Incarceron by Catherine Fisher. I read it 10 years ago in middle school, and although the details are fuzzy to me, it’s stuck with me all these years. The plot twist is intense. It’s a dystopian novel.
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    • Everyone talks about 1984 like “OMG ITS JUST LIKE NOW THATS CRAZY OMG” and yeah, to an extent, but Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” is FAR more like how we are as a society compared to 1984.
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    • I really liked Divergent. I think you're thinking of another book. She didn't have powers, nor did she have two conflicting romances. She was pretty much set on one dude from the start. And the first book was really well-written.
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    • Yeah it’s almost like books written for a teen audience are simpler in theme and plot compared to more adult fiction
      bobdoodle 21 jun
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    • 1984, Brave New World, Fahrenheit, all those books had a serious message. The shitty sci fi dramas are literally for kids. Pay attention to the authors to, look at George Orwell, that guy was already a genius before he wrote 1984. So it's not a surprise 1984 was brilliant.
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    • The giver is probably my favorite of dystopian novels
      Vonverna 21 jun
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    • Everyone talking about their favorite dystopian books but no one has mentioned Fahrenheit 451
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    • She didn’t have superpowers though, and she was pretty much set on one guy from the beginning. I get what you’re trying to say but this is just factually incorrect
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    • The Unwind Series is probably my most favorite book series of all time. Super dark, a lot of tension, and an overall great story.
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    • Some good distopian and fantasy books are maze runner, divergent, eragon, darkest minds, anthem, throne of glass, rangers apprentice, mortal instruments and mortal engines.
      jblillo 21 jun
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    • Fahrenheit 451 is good too.
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    • Ready player one, the book, had a very cool dystopian vibe
      Slank 21 jun
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    • 1984 was a well written head game, and you’re damn right I enjoyed every page of it.
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    • Darkest Minds was a pretty good dystopia series, the movie doesn’t exist though and it never will
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    • Divergent isn't even about a love triangle lmao. Tris has a love interest, but it's more of a side story than the main plot.
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    • Brave New World is another great 'dystopia' book
      NASA_RFSA 21 jun
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    • Fahrenheit 451 is also an amazing dystopian novel. It's a cautionary tale of the kind of society we could see if access to information was entirely controlled.
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    • 1984 should be a must read in high school
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    • 1984 and Brave new world just keep getting realer and realer
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    • please read brave new world
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    • I'm sad now i bought this book because it looked cool and now i find out its gonna suck
      Rhet0401 21 jun
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    • There are no superpowers, if you’re gonna criticize it read it. Also it’s purely for entertainment.
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    • Bro we kinda live in a dystopia and social media is the main reason
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    • Yo has anyone read the stormlight archives??
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    • Divergent is hunger games but bad
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    • Best sci-fi dystopian novels I've read were enders game. Great series
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    • If you haven't read the Scythe series do it in it's the best read I've had in a while.
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    • Wait, did she actually have powers? I haven’t read the series, and I only watched the first movie and it was garbage
      Loops39 22 jun
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    • The Red Queen series is good, but it’s the same way. Really interesting plot and setting and all, but focuses too much on the teen romance. Either way, I enjoyed it
      lleeg 21 jun
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    • have y’all fucking read unwind 8th grade year fuck you mrs frederick
      JuicyLive 21 jun
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    • Unwind is pretty dark
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    • Go on YouTube and listen to the “I have no mouth and I must scream” audiobook by Harlan Ellison, grim but interesting.
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    • Big brother is always watching.
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    • Divergent (and most likely hunger games) exist so that young adults will read it and think of everything 1984 warned us about as something “absurd” and “pure fiction”
      JoshGreep 21 jun
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    • Just read out of the ashes, it’s nuclear war in the 80s and the main character try to make a new country full of conservatives, ex military and hard work people
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    • Another sci-fi dystopia, if you stretch the definition, is the red rising series. Fantastic and beautifully written, I would throat Pierce Brown for more stuff in that universe
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    • You're confusing scifi fantasy drama with realistic political drama fiction
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    • Very accurate
      jexxie 21 jun
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    • Wasn’t their a dystopian movie that talks about how we will be in a recession and that we won’t have any animals to eat so we get like these vitamins that give you all the nutrients you need for a day or something and turns out the pills are made of humans tbh idk if I’m even talking about the movie
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    • Why do these constantly choose the worst example just to glorify the past, holy shit if you hate the present so much kiII yourself and dont live in it pussy
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    • Modern YA novels are a cancer
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    • 1984 is a fucking BANGER of a book
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    • Brave New World is pretty much what we’re living/headed to.. but worse
      FederaI 22 jun
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    • A great series thats newer is the legend series by marie lu. I have never loved any book more in my life
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    • If you read the actual new dystopian books you'd realize that's not what they're stories are about and that only Hollywood movie adaptations portrayed them that way.
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    • Can y’all tell me some of your favorite dystopian books? I love them but need some new ones :)
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    • Nigga I just started reading this book. Wtf??
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    • I remember one book where they klLLed young kids and harvested their organs if parents didnt want them so the kids ran away to a scrap yard or something
      TypeNull 21 jun
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    • Not really a dystopian, since it focuses more on morality, but the book scythe is actually pretty good
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    • 1984 literally has romance in it too. Besides most of you guys are more loyal to “Big Brother” and resemble Orwellian fallacies
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    • Every dystopian depiction these days is the exact same, there's a million ways the future could turn out being dystopian, be creative.
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    • The Testing is a fairly good dystopian novel that is made recently. Haven't read any of the sequels though
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    • Yes because 1984 didn't have a love interest and sex... This man got both books wrong lmao
      Spiker24 24 jun
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    • I read divergent a long time ago, and I think you're not giving the whole modern genre of dystopian novels enough credit. They all imagine a world in the future where the government has restricted control over your life severely in order to create a "better" world
      Xalvian 23 jun
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    • Read some Shusterman stuff
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    • Anthem, the giver, 1984, all good dystopians
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    • Too late! 15 years too late...
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    • A really good dystopian sci-fi teen novel I’d recommend is either the Legend (Marie lu) trilogy or Scythe. They both have romance aspects but the world building is phenomenal. They both go to places you wouldn’t expect and have amazing plots
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    • They do it because the concept of a dystopia is common enough in pop culture thanks to books like 1984 that it can be appropriated for and angsy teen fantasy
      honfedil 21 jun
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    • Remembering the scene in Unwind where we read the kid’s perspective of getting slowly taken apart until there’s nothing left. Fuck the dumbass rule that says the kid has to be conscious while it’s happening by the way.
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    • I wanted to get 1984 but I got the play version...
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    • She doesn't choose between two boys though. That isn't twilight
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    • I liked the hunger games book, because her age was such a small part of it. Movies were garbage
      GTOnizuka 21 jun
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    • The book "legend" seemed alright
      Celeriac 21 jun
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    • This new book is different than this old book, so books now are bad
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    • Hey everyone here’s a slightly oldie but a really really big goodie; This Perfect Day. It’s about a dude in a world where everything’s perfectly run by computers and everyone’s brainwashed and he slowly fights it and sees the lies and the horrid world it was. Stupidly interesting please please read.
      CharFil 24 jun
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    • A good fucking movie is, A silent voice. 10/10 but it's pretty sad
      __Dave__ 23 jun
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    • Scythe is a good book
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    • Okay but that’s not the plot of divergent at all tho
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    • Percy Jackson was the best YA novel series
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    • I liked divergent anyway so get farted on
      Zebdin 21 jun
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    • Writing about dystopias kinda loses its meaning when you actively live in one
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    • Divergent isnt even about girl with superpowers, its about a girl with severe DID in a world where everyone is a one dimentional character. Dont be confused, she isnt "complex" or "3 dimensional" she is is either all dauntless or all smart or all whatever that boring class is at any given moment.
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    • What even was divergent about? Like in total
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    • Ah thank you.
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    • There was this book in school called “The Game” by Monica Hughes which I was forced to read. I hated it, it was a trash dystopian novel.
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    • Why even compare them
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    • A good newish dystopian series is uglies by Scott westerfeld
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    • There was probably garbage dystopian novels then too, it's kinda a false comparison to hold up the best of it's time novel to some average one now.
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    • Scythe is a pretty damn good dystopian series
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    • Have you actually...read divergent?
      oatstoat 21 jun
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    • Hunger games is pretty good though
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    • Gone, Michael Grant
      2444 21 jun
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      Swiggo 21 jun
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    • Ah the divergent series was good till the third book then it got annoying abut pre history united states blah blah and that was a huge turn off
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    • But... She doesn't have superpowers... And... There's only one boy...
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