Hello Dystopia!

A Listmania! list by Ette Llacer "The Book Whisperer" (Toronto, ON CAN)
 
Oryx and Crake: A Novel
1.  Oryx and Crake: A Novel by Margaret Atwood
The list author says:
  "Think: post-apocalypse, genetics struggle, a virus, a search for one's self, and touching on our society's current love of automatic-everything."
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The Chrysalids
2.  The Chrysalids by John Wyndham
The list author says:
  "Think: post-revelations, uber-religion, shunning any difference, telekinesis and a struggle to belong."
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Nineteen Eighty Four
3.  Nineteen Eighty Four by George Orwell
The list author says:
  "Think: post-"Utopian" society, the concept of eradicating proleterian feelings, and the ultimate prediction of our future society based on its love of control (eerily akin to what we live through now)"
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The Hunger Games Trilogy (Box Set)
4.  The Hunger Games Trilogy (Box Set) by Suzanne Collins
The list author says:
  "Think: post-apocalypse, autocracy, oligarchies and divisions, power struggles, the struggle for life, undercurrents of politics and teenage heroes."
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Never Let Me Go
5.  Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro
The list author says:
  "Think: the rise of medical advancements, biotechnology, the loss of humanness and self."
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