O brave new world, that has such people in it.
  1. 1984
    George Orwell. Thought Police, rats, and doubleplusgood.
  2. Brave New World
    Aldous Huxley. Soma trips, tube babies, and mandated birth control.
  3. Ender's Game
    Orson Scott Card. Buggers, jumpsuits, and lies.
  4. The Gone-Away World
    Nick Harkaway. World War III, ninjas, and destiny.
  5. The Handmaid's Tale
    Margaret Atwood. Butter as a moisturizer, forced threesomes, and illegal literacy.
  6. The Knife of Never Letting Go
    Patrick Ness. Accidental mind-readers, space colonies, and the best talking dog ever.
  7. The Long Walk
    Stephen King. A lottery, deadly tennis shoes, and a walk that never ends.
  8. The Road
    Cormac McCarthy. The sea, canned food, and a grocery cart.
  9. The Stand
    Stephen King. An escaped super virus, a band of survivors, and The Walking Dude.
  10. The Year of the Flood
    Margaret Atwood. Urban gardeners, rakunks, and AnooYoo.
  11. On The Beach
    Nevil Shute. Radioactive winds, one month to live, and an epic wine collection.
  12. Oryx & Crake
    Margaret Atwood. Company town compounds, pleeblands, and ChickieNobs.