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    13 Dystopian Novels That Hit A Little Too Close To Home RN

    Ngl, it feels like we’re on the brink of an apocalypse.

    1. Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel - ₹1,480 for paperback and ₹236 for Kindle

    2. Earth Abides by George R. Stewart - ₹502 for paperback and ₹353 for Kindle

    3. The Book of M by Peng Shepherd - ₹332 for paperback and ₹307 for Kindle

    4. The Dog Stars by Peter Heller - ₹1,406 for paperback and ₹355 for Kindle

    5. The Stand by Stephen King - ₹449 for paperback and ₹280 for Kindle

    6. The Child Garden by Geoff Ryman - ₹598 for paperback and ₹209 for Kindle

    7. Find Me by Laura Van Den Berg - ₹340 for paperback and ₹323 for Kindle

    8. The Last Town on Earth by Thomas Mullen - ₹1,458 for paperback and ₹242 for Kindle

    9. Blindness by José Sarajevo - ₹690 for paperback and ₹296 for Kindle

    10. Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood - ₹1,101 for paperback and ₹315 for Kindle

    11. The Transmigration of Bodies by Yuri Herrera - ₹1,286 for paperback and ₹440 for Kindle

    12. Severance by Ling Ma - ₹1,475

    13. The Last Man by Mary Shelley- ₹169

    You when you're enjoying these books but suddenly realise they feel a little too familiar...