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1 Hard Times Oklahoma by TC Allen

Harley and Ida Duran were share croppers and nice people in a time and place where nice people weren't appreciated. Share croppers were considered less valuable than dirt. However, there are those who can be nice and still persevere, no matter who their enemies may be. Harley teaches his enemies that it's okay to turn the other cheek... After that you make sure they can't smite you on the other cheek.

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Historical
Tags: Romance, Violence, Historical, True, Dystopian, Novel-Classic
Downloads: 7949| Votes: 265 | Score: 8.78
Size: 496KB | 97,058 words | Posted: Concluded:

2 Commune by Lazlo Zalezac

The real estate market is dead, the job market has dried up, the stock market has crashed, and cost of living has shot up. Half the world is faced with becoming homeless. Young and old alike are being pounded by events outside their control. Jack and Abby find what might be a solution - a commune. The result is even more than that - it is a community.

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Drama
Tags: Romance, Drama, Dystopian
Downloads: 9163| Votes: 139 | Score: 8.57
Size: 763KB | 148,048 words | Posted: Concluded:

3 The Lad Who Poked the Devil in the Eye by Vincent Berg

An Unwanted Visitors Story (2)
Twelve years after Earth's first encounter with aliens, they receive a return visit. Only this time, they aren't stranded and helpless. Young Otis Becker finds himself with access to information he can't explain, yet has to convince the world he can save them from alien enslavement. Hopefully Earth learned its lessons the last time. This is a slow story, so give it a chance to kick into gear. The sequel to "Stranded".

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: Science, Dystopian, Science Fiction, Aliens, Nanotechnology, Near Future, Young Adult
Downloads: 12472| Votes: 259 | Score: 7.59
Size: 321KB | 56,382 words | Posted: Concluded:

4 Pc Game by Oleg Roschin

In the future, political correctness rules the unified West with an iron fist.

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Comedy
Tags: Humor, Parody, Dystopian, Futuristic, Near Future
Downloads: 400| Votes: 21 | Score: 7.18
Size: 3KB | 629 words | Posted:

5 Scarlet Beast by Oleg Roschin

The tragic events of 2121 are experienced by a typical Western citizen of that time.

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: Politics, Spiritual, War, Dystopian, Science Fiction, Apocalyptic, Futuristic, Near Future
Downloads: 547| Votes: 20 | Score: 6.92
Size: 15KB | 2,967 words | Posted:

6 Ichthys by Oleg Roschin

A hundred years from now, the last foreigner is being expelled from China.

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: Drama, Spiritual, Religion, Dystopian, Near Future
Downloads: 319| Votes: 15 | Score: 6.82
Size: 16KB | 2,986 words | Posted:

7 Eternity by Oleg Roschin

A young man inexplicably becomes immortal.

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: Spiritual, Dystopian, Apocalyptic, Post Apocalyptic, Futuristic, Mutants, Near Future
Downloads: 1116| Votes: 49 | Score: 6.68
Size: 17KB | 3,022 words | Posted:

8 Genesis by Oleg Roschin

The tragic events of the year 2121 cause an inexplicable mutation in two representatives of a common Earth species.

Age Rating: Older than 7 | Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: Spiritual, Dystopian, Apocalyptic, Post Apocalyptic, Mutants, Near Future
Downloads: 539| Votes: 17 | Score: 6.62
Size: 13KB | 2,403 words | Posted:

9 Yar's Plume by Vasileios Kalampakas

A unique human being, a man enabled to travel intergalactic distances with his mind, recounts his experiences and soon finds out that reality can be a very subjective experience, and the mind a wonderfully mysterious thing.
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Age Rating: Older than 17 | Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: Science, Spiritual, Dystopian, Drugs, Science Fiction, Futuristic
Downloads: 757| Votes: 40 | Score: 6.45
Size: 15KB | 2,935 words | Posted:

10 More Than One Way to Lie by GT Dodge

Politician teaches a graduate class in lying. This is NOT based on current events in this galaxy. Would I lie? In which we learn that you can lie to some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you don't need to lie to all of the people all of the time. The truth works just fine. Once they stop paying attention to your lies, they can't handle the truth.

Age Rating: Older than 13 | Genre: Fable
Tags: Politics, Dystopian
Downloads: 397| Votes: 23 | Score: 6.43
Size: 5KB | 961 words | Posted: