Aka a list of mostly dystopian fiction
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    A Song of Ice and Fire series - George R. R. Martin
    So many different ways to die. Also white walkers.
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    Nineteen Eighty-Four - George Orwell
    Giving big brothers a bad name.
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    The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood
    My worst nightmare.
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    Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury
    If this world is real, this list wouldn't even make sense (or at best, would be forbidden).
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    Never Let Me Go - Kazou Ishiguro
    My art wouldn't stand a chance.
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    The Crucible - Arthur Miller
    We'd all be accused of being witches.
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    Blindness - José Saramago
    Kind of like a reverse Nineteen Eighty-Four. What people do when no one is watching. And it's not eating too much movie theatre popcorn.
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    The Hunger Games trilogy - Suzanne Collins
    Can you imagine, best case scenario, living in District 1 with the guilt of profiting from the exploitation of all other districts' resources and poverty. Oh wait.
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    Twilight - Stephanie Meyer
    I would hate to exist in a world where a sparkly, self-involved vampire is a more suitable lover than an attractive, selfless werewolf.
    Suggested by @ana