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#1 Monday, June 11, 2012 19:02:46

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Dystopian Novels

Discuss dystopian novels here!

EXAMPLES:
Animal Farm
1984
Lord of the Flies
Hunger Games
Uglies


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#2 Monday, June 11, 2012 19:05:13

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Re: Dystopian Novels

Lord of the Flies and Hunger Games were reading books, but I got different ones. :I


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#3 Monday, June 11, 2012 19:27:11

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Re: Dystopian Novels

i liked the Lord of the Flies and the Hunger Games. 1984 was OK, while I didn't really like Uglies. On the other hand, Animal Farm was AWESOME. I read it all in one sitting, even though I didn't have to. (It was for school).


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#4 Monday, June 11, 2012 23:33:54

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Re: Dystopian Novels

I really enjoyed The City of Ember and The Hunger Games and I'm working on reading Matched.


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#5 Monday, June 11, 2012 23:57:19

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Mokat wrote:

I really enjoyed The City of Ember and The Hunger Games and I'm working on reading Matched.

Ooh! I liked COE.


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#6 Tuesday, June 12, 2012 00:20:24

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Matched is OK, I got bored after a while.


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#7 Tuesday, June 12, 2012 14:43:26

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Re: Dystopian Novels

funelephant wrote:

Mokat wrote:

I really enjoyed The City of Ember and The Hunger Games and I'm working on reading Matched.

Ooh! I liked COE.

I know!
It would be cool and weird at the same time living in an underground city....


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#8 Thursday, June 14, 2012 11:51:29

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Re: Dystopian Novels

I read one book by Phillip K. Dick called The Man in the High Castle9. It was about what would of happened if the Axis powers had won WW2.


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#9 Friday, June 15, 2012 00:09:53

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"The Circle Trilogy" by Ted Dekker is pretty cool and a little dystopian--I'm still in the first book.


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#10 Saturday, June 16, 2012 18:34:12

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Re: Dystopian Novels

Mokat wrote:

funelephant wrote:

Mokat wrote:

I really enjoyed The City of Ember and The Hunger Games and I'm working on reading Matched.

Ooh! I liked COE.

I know!
It would be cool and weird at the same time living in an underground city....

I know, except the city was sorta suckish.


We found this tube of glue stuck to your... uh... anyways, you can only use glue sticks now.
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#11 Saturday, June 16, 2012 20:41:20

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Re: Dystopian Novels

funelephant wrote:

Mokat wrote:

funelephant wrote:

Ooh! I liked COE.

I know!
It would be cool and weird at the same time living in an underground city....

I know, except the city was sorta suckish.

Matched was OK, ( :/ ) never read COE. Hunger games was amazing, though.

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#12 Friday, August 3, 2012 20:06:38

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Re: Dystopian Novels

funelephant wrote:

Mokat wrote:

funelephant wrote:


Ooh! I liked COE.

I know!
It would be cool and weird at the same time living in an underground city....

I know, except the city was sorta suckish.

when it was first built it wasn't.
The only con about living in an underground city would be that there wouldn't be any internet or cell phone reception down there. :lol:


Don't tell me to get a life-- Everyone knows that's never gonna happen. :P

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#13 Friday, August 3, 2012 20:15:25

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Re: Dystopian Novels

Mokat wrote:

funelephant wrote:

Mokat wrote:


I know!
It would be cool and weird at the same time living in an underground city....

I know, except the city was sorta suckish.

when it was first built it wasn't.
The only con about living in an underground city would be that there wouldn't be any internet or cell phone reception down there. :lol:

My life = gone if I lived there.


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#14 Saturday, August 4, 2012 13:04:51

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Re: Dystopian Novels

Hunger Games. <333

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#15 Thursday, August 9, 2012 15:10:08

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Re: Dystopian Novels

RedRocker227 wrote:

Hunger Games. <333

+1


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#16 Saturday, August 11, 2012 13:03:04

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Re: Dystopian Novels

RedRocker227 wrote:

Hunger Games. <333

:lol:


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