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Jan. 29, 2014 - PRLog -- Identity is probably the most prevalent theme in best dystopian novels. This dystopian genre of books is tailor-made for those readers who are just beginning to understand who they really are and their purpose in life. At this age, identity is usually a big deal. There are many internal battles between whether one should conform to the society around him or her or charter one's own course.

Looking for some of the best dystopian novels around? You have come to the right place. We put our brains together to build you the best dystopian novels, list of all time. Although this one was highly read it needs to be on the list in case you didn’t read it. This 3 book series is sure to get you interested in what will happen next. It is important to realize that the book is better than the movie which was pretty good. If you don’t know about the story line, I won’t ruin it here. Dream Caster by Najeev Raj Nadarajah is one of the newer dystopian fiction novels I like. It is a little younger adult than some, but it has been killing it in the ratings on Good reads and I can’t see it doing worse after reading it. 1984 by George Orwell – Classic might be the end all and be all of dystopian fiction. If you’ve been keeping up on your Korean literature you’ll know that this book offers some incites into how it started and also how Stalinism began in Russia. Find it on Good reads. Remember to follow this up with Animal Farm as well if you want more of the same.

Teenagers experience segregation at some point in their life. It is very easy for them to feel left-out or isolated as some of their peers divert into other circles and interests. Novels like divergent vividly put this into perspective by displaying the effects of segregation and how to overcome it. Though these settings may seem farfetched, science fiction authors have used them as devices to discuss deep rooted philosophical concerns centered on identity, values and social structure. A dystopian world is a futuristic, imagined world in which the illusion of a perfect society and oppressive societal control are maintained through technological, corporate, moral, bureaucratic, or totalitarian control. Dystopian fiction, through exaggerated worst-case scenarios, makes a criticism about a current societal norm, trend, or political system.

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