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In a dystopian future marriage is decided on by a council of leaders in an effort to keep the wealthy and the poor segregated
It's 2048. There's nothing left. The world is filled with crumbled buildings, deserts, and poverty.
But in the center of this chaos, there lies a large city named Eden. Built by the cooperation of the world government, it is the only paradise left.
However, its space is limited and only a...
By Erik Johnson
Another writing group assignment
Short Story | Updated Mar 16, 2014 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
A story that begins with a man, looking to kill himself at an assisted suicide facility; however, he is rejected from assisted suicide but given a strange proposition by a group of masked men known only as 'The Assistants'. They offer him a solution in return for him saving someone else's life....
A 21- year old Jacinda tries to get adjusted to a new way of life on planet Mercury, with Earth being unable to provide a proper life to its inhabitants. After what was done to Earth, the government tries to control peoples lives to create a disciplined community where each has his role and...
Novel | Updated Feb 15, 2014 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
The son of a government office, Chris Willfields, tries to save his father after being abducted by the dystopian society, The Saviors. But he has one problem. Where to start. He also has 7 year old brother Joey Willfields to look after. How will he pull this trick off?
This is created as a contrast to my previous poem, 'The Hidden World We do not see'. Artificial Dystopia
This journal entry is a magnifying glass on the man's thoughts. Cormac McCarthy's dark, dystopian novel "the Road" has never failed to to chill my spine. This fan-fiction is my attempt to get a closer view of the unnamed, heroic man's mind.
Short Story | Updated Dec 27, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
In the future, we've burned so much trash and thrown so much junk away that the atmosphere has reached toxic medium. all animals and plants were killed except for the insects and bacteria, who instead mutated and overtook the rotten wasteland by devouring human flesh and feeding off the garbage...
For twenty years, the civilians of New Eden had lived underneath their own village in fear of a deadly poison gas that got into the air. Some of the citizens, including Thomas Ettolarch, have never even seen sunlight. One day, upon chasing a rat through the tunnels, Thomas stumbles upon a hole...
Short Story | Updated Dec 10, 2013 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Vlad Orekhov
The world as we knew it is gone. After World War 3, half of the population is dead, 1/4 is filled with psychopaths, bandits and mutants. And the rest of the population is trying to survive. This story is about a boy named Sam and what problems he faced in this world.
A lunatic named Edward has...
By Blank Face
Am I ignorant? To enjoy the good things in life, and only think about being thankful?
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 3, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By The Hazel Green Eyed Writer
Mara Dawson tries her best to be invisible.
She stays off the radar, never getting caught breaking a gender rule or staying out after curfew. Life with her rebellious mother and two younger sisters is good enough; she doesn't want to mess it up. If she stays quiet, she'll be safe, right?
In a post-America world, where vagrants run the streets and Heads are preditors, a group of unfaultering young adults fight to get their world back in order. Death is inevidable and the chance of winning is slim. But what else can one do?
First chapter in a new book I'm writing. Uploading it for...
By Lauren Anne
People will take all measures necessary to eliminate all lies from the face of the Earth. Some people have a more extreme way of dealing with liars, and while trying to make the world a better place, they are blind to the fact that they are hurting other people and creating a darker dystopian...
Short Story | Updated Nov 14, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0