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Gaea: The Enchanted Journal of the Amazon Princess by C. M. Brighid Bachleda In Progress
"It has been over a thousand years since the Amazons had colonized this once barren satellite and now it's a paradise fiercely protected by women. The Earth fell into a apocalyptic war in the year 2020 that lasted for seven years and on the seventh year in 2027; the Earth fell into chaos and history remembers it as the Seven Years of Chaos." This story is a mixture of Dystopian, Science Fiction and Fantasy; think Wonder Woman meets Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind meets Resident Evil...(Warning: there will be swearing, violence, death, etc.)

Updated: July 14, 2017 | Published: July 14, 2017 | Reviews: 0


Ivory Towers by Kitty Lewis In Progress
A story of political intrigue and a rather dystopian look at the future, through the eyes of Paige Morgan, a twenty-something who only wants a quiet life. Her wish will not come true, however, as her rebellious half brother drags her into his life on the run from the forces of the Global Federation. (For some background story and details about the Russian Republic, see www.kitkins13.wixsite.com/russian-republic)

Updated: June 29, 2017 | Published: September 23, 2015 | Reviews: 0


III by Leaf Soto In Progress
Dystopian? Is that what people call this? Just because something happened seven years ago and now there's little left, and people call that dystopian? They are all wrong! This isn't dystopia! THIS IS WAR!

Updated: March 16, 2017 | Published: February 5, 2016 | Reviews: 0


Criminal Fiction by Reynn Tan In Progress
To read and write fiction, a sweet release for some, but highly illegal--even more so, the ability to materialise fictitious writing. A social warfare between the government's omnipotent regime and the chaos of Eritz's writers, whisperers and fictitious individuals conducts itself to contort the lives of this book's characters. Note: CrimFic updates on an approximately weekly basis, and has been categorised by readers as a dystopian psychological thriller--for lack of better genre allocation. Since it is a work in progress, prior chapters are subject to change. Enjoy :)

Updated: August 17, 2016 | Published: May 28, 2016 | Reviews: 0


A Cold Winter by Daedulis Sin In Progress
The story I tell is one many have heard. The story I tell is one distorted and marred. I tell of the death of my country, of my world, of those I do not know, and those I hold dear. The story I tell is that of a long and harsh nuclear winter. I was conceived carried and born into the radioactive nuclear winter. My mutation was not a surprise, but it's extent was not known in my childhood. My name is Warren, yet I have not been called that name since the death of my mother. I was at the age of twelve when she passed, and that name died with her. My father died to raiders a year after. Luckily for me the raiders took me in instead of killing me, and I was taught to fight, to kill, to survive in a world birthed of nuclear fire. This is my tale, my life, my journey in a cold winter.

Updated: May 12, 2016 | Published: May 6, 2016 | Reviews: 0


With Gods and Men by Morgan Stranger In Progress
The world is not like yours. It has a different history, people and culture and it is divided into two: The United Amerika of the west and the Afrikan Empire of the east. The world is shaped by chaos, wars and demons. The world is governed by gods. Men are caught in the middle and it's time to choose a side. I am Morgan. I am a Stranger. This is my story. This is my world

Updated: June 5, 2015 | Published: June 5, 2015 | Reviews: 0


Then And Again by Michael Richardson In Progress

Updated: June 1, 2015 | Published: February 26, 2015 | Reviews: 0


The Island by Lily Cameron In Progress
Mary Cooke is only 16 years old. The factory is all she's ever known. She was not born, she was created. She is not human, she is a subject. But it's normal, right? I mean, she's one of 100. But is it still normal to be stranded on an island for six months with no supplies but a weapon? Even the subjects know this isn't okay. So when Mary is forced to survive, can she? With two people trying to kill her? And three people she swore to protect?

Updated: May 14, 2015 | Published: May 14, 2015 | Reviews: 0


Imperfect Perfection by Erica Van Ness Completed
Everyone was told there was no such thing as perfect, that no matter how much you try perfection can never be reached because everyone always has a fault. Still that never stopped human beings from trying to become perfect specimens. They tried and tried with the full belief there was perfection out there. Then along that road to the impossible dream of perfection they became dissatisfied with themselves and everything around. It went to the point where they tried even harder for perfection. Still they couldn’t reach it. Lost in doubt and faithlessness, humanity stopped trying to reach perfection, giving up on their dream. Some thought it was the greatest advancement in the world humanity made, realizing their faults and stopping their effort of perfection but it wasn’t. Chaos emerged and life became horrible to the point where people wished they never gave up on the dream of perfection, but with no signs of perfection being possible why keep trying. Then, in that loss of drive we were born, found, and revealed. Six children, defined by society and the world as perfect. The best grades, the best looks, the best abilities, the best life, the best jobs, and overall the best existence. We became the world’s drive that perfection could be reach. However it’s not just only them who can’t reach perfection. Perfection is impossible, I should know. I’m one of those so called perfect people and even I’m far from perfect.

Updated: April 29, 2015 | Published: April 29, 2015 | Reviews: 0


Beyond the Wall by Gabriel Stanford In Progress
Matthew Dancer is a boy who wanted to be part of the a Watchers, a team of men and women who want to fight crime without really fighting in the wide world. However, when things go wrong and he winds up behind his home's wall, will he be able to keep his cool as he meets these interesting figures?

Updated: March 23, 2015 | Published: March 23, 2015 | Reviews: 0


Traveler by Nicole Raine In Progress
Five teens. Two isolated worlds, both covered in layer after layer of lies and deceits. If these five collide, they could bring their entire world to its knees. Some support Traveler. Some...don't. And those that like things the way they are have enough power to destroy everything Traveler works for, sentencing humanity to many more decades of being kept in the dark, oblivious to the dark secrets hidden just under their society's mask. The Writer. The Musician. The Artist. The Reader. The Speaker. Everything depends on them now, as they become the voice of their entire world.

Updated: December 5, 2014 | Published: October 13, 2014 | Reviews: 1


Mistakes by Hazel Lussier In Progress
In a dystopian world, Sophie and her friends Caleb and Ava are trapped in a kingdom of hate, innocent murder, and insanity. Will they ever escape?

Updated: November 27, 2014 | Published: October 2, 2014 | Reviews: 0


The Incandescents: Ciel and Krista by Hey There In Progress
In Incandescent Earth there are two opposing sides; the Light and the Dark. Darkness has come to invade their planet and drown their bright nature into endless void. Innocent citizens of this small alternate Earth were raised since children to worship Lumina, the goddess whom carries the burden of her brother Cimmerian. Legend has it Cimmerian summons monsters from his hatred and they go from universes to conquer planets, hence giving Him the strength to take over the multiverse. Set in 4008, Ciel and Krista are regular teenagers, but little do they know, they have the power to harvest light out of the dark. After a nearly fatal Dark Flood, they are brought to the Luminian Society of the Selected Able, a compound where they are trained bit by bit to strengthen their little-known powers. Cimmerian is inching nearer to multiverse domination, but with the LUSSA's new additions, will they somehow be able to stop his reign?

Updated: November 26, 2014 | Published: November 17, 2014 | Reviews: 0


Utopia by Reynn Tan In Progress
(Apologies for errors in genre, I didn't really know where to put it) This is a short 500-word story I wrote for a creative writing challenge, in which the theme was Utopia. The story essentially bases around an orphaned girl who works as a prostitute to earn money and support herself, and her utopia is what is shunned upon by all parents: her laptop. The story is meant to embody how you can't judge every person without knowing their history, and you can't criticize their every choice without knowing their reason. A person's idea of a perfect paradise bases around their reality and how they perceive it.

Updated: October 31, 2014 | Published: October 31, 2014 | Reviews: 0