Obscure Dystopian Novels List

<p>OK, so it's not that hard to find a good dystopian novel (Fahrenheit 451, Brave New World, A Clockwork Orange, etc.), but has anyone read a really intriguing one that most people aren't familiar with? </p>

<p>To start off the list, The Wanting Seed by Anthony Burgess isn't obscure, but it is considerably less well-known than A Clockwork Orange.</p>

<p>Jennifer Government, by Max Barry ( Max</a> Barry | he writes things )</p>

<p>Corporate dystopia that nowadays seems much more likely than 1984, Brave New World, etc</p>

<p>I don't know of many obscure ones, but "Make Room! Make Room!" by Harry Harrison was alright. I think the Charlton Heston film, "Soylent Green," was based on it.</p>

<p>Frank Delaney's Dhalgren. It's not really obscure for literary critics, but for the general public it is. Pretty much a book you'll either hate or love.</p>