Dystopia stories, books, poems, and more

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I keep getting the impression that Trump is going to blow up the world. This causes me to wonder what it will be like. That special day when your world evaporates shortly after returning from lunch. Read More

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Only part of this is fiction, and that part seems to be shrinking. Read More

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He doesn't play the lottery. Is it such a crime? Read More
welve years ago, the world changed. Twelve years later, a chance arose to fix it. When the group that called themselves The Catago started the war, no one thought they'd win. Nobody thinks the world can be saved, but maybe it can be. One person can shift the balance,… Read More
In the world of Ivriell, humans walk alongside a species called areejans - humanoid creatures of great height with grey skin, white hair, pointed ears, and markings on their skin. In ancient times, dragons and magic were commonplace. However, after a massive war, the dragons were killed,… Read More
Loosely based on the Replicas Album by Gary Numan and Tubeway Army Read More

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A man fighting for his life on a world whose inhabitants are preyed upon by lethal machines. He can run, hide or pray, there is no fighting them. A woman just doing her job. Juggling morality and indifference she watches over the machines. This will hopefully be… Read More

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The year is 2063 and the Earth is unrecognisable. The globe is divided into 4 great superpowers locked in a constant struggle for land, resources and glory. And with the Earth's bounty pillaged and humanity quickly running out of time, man once again sets his sights to the stars.… Read More

Short Story / Other

October 29, 2017

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A short story of misery, loneliness and dystopia. Read More
A fictional work inspired by Klayton's Scandroid musical project. “The Abridged Autobiography of Andrej Icarus” is a work of fiction by Daniel G. Kerst and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Read More

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Ria and Ira's home is in the lab. That's where they've always lived and it's not going to change in the first place, but sometimes they just can't stop themselves from thinking about the outside world without tests, doctors in white clothes and endless white corridors... (Written… Read More

Book / Fantasy

September 13, 2017

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I have never written a story before, but I now find myself with a lot of free time, so I've started working on a story idea. What I am posting here is the first 1000 words or so. I'm looking for feedback on whether you think the story sounds… Read More

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A world overrun with holograms, robotics, and urban sprawl. A world without love and touch. Read More

Book / Young Adult

August 15, 2017

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Earth has new tenants. Pushed to the brink of extinction, humanity struggles to reassert itself. Now ruled over by the warrior-race, the T'Jekil, Earth lays dormant as it still recovers from nuclear devastation following a great war between the two races that trapped them on the planet. Further weakened by… Read More

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A world run by one man who started a religion and the story of his personal assassin. Read More
If you are a shifter then there are rules. Strict rules. they don't want people who can shift wandering around causing trouble. So we are restricted. Shifters are unique humans. Read More
A world in which machines now play the humans, literally. Read More
The window, a secret only Jaydee understands. It is deathly. FOR MORE ON ALEX TRILST AND SAHQU REFERENCE "Time Surfers" on my profile. Read More
The greatest destructive force in the history of mankind began and ended on one day. World War Three, 26th September 1983. The day would remain etched in the minds of her wretched survivors for as long as humanity hopelessly clung to the Earth's surface. This story details the events of… Read More

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The first Zeppelins took to the sky three years ago. Nobody was willing to fight a war of that scale on earths own soil. So they took it into the space above it. On that day, they declared this The Third Great War. Read More
PART 2 WILL COME ALONG SOON!! FOR MORE ON SAPPHIRE ZEYNE READ: THROUGH MY EYES: Read about before she was famous. https://www.booksie.com/507425-through-my-eyes Hello everyone, writing is something I do for fun with my free time. Thank you so much for reading my story please check out my profile and read… Read More
Janine had entered her twenties with cautious optimism and a meticulously crafted path: Ace the Aptitude and Practicality Exams for mechanical engineering, graduate with an influential sponsor (preferably from the government), and begin her career in the heart of Caballeros City while occasionally going back home to fix whatever was… Read More
I wanted to try flash-fiction. Hope you all enjoy it! Read More

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In the year 2025, president Harrington passes a law to prohibit video games Nationwide. Now, his term is slowly coming to an end, and people are beginning to rebel to bring back video games. He decides that his fourth year as presidency, twenty girls and twenty boys who live in… Read More
You don’t hear Mozart a lot on the radio these days. While his music isn’t officially banned like that of Beethoven and Bach, playing it is strongly discouraged. You can no longer buy decadent European music in the shops. No Fauré, No Debussy, no Chopin and certainly no Sebelius. Jingoism… Read More
A regular commuter on a train finds a stranger to discuss their feelings within the world they are living in. Read More
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