While the Hunger Games is extremely popular now, the dystopian genre is by no means a new phenomenon, so for all those who love the genre try these books. Logan’s Run lh5.googleusercontent.com People can only live up to a certain age in life, Logan who once enforced this law is now running from it. The Windup Girl lh5.googleusercontent.com What happens in a post-human society where calories become currency corporations use bio-terrorism. Neuromancer lh6.googleusercontent.com It explores connections and differences between humans and machines and how they are becoming more interdependent. It also coined the term “cyberspace”. High Rise lh6.googleusercontent.com Think “Lord of the Flies” but with adults and in a building. A Clockwork Orange lh4.googleusercontent.com Considered one of the best novels of the 20th century, Clockwork Orange tells the story of violent gangs and ruthless "droogs," tackling heavy topics like good and evil, and human agency.