OTHER DYSTOPIAN STORIES YOU’LL FIND FASCINATING
Brave New World Aldous Huxley (£ 9.99, VINTAGE PUBLISHING)
World Controllers have created the ideal society through genetic engineering and brainwashing – but Bernard Marx wants to break free and visits a Savage Reservation, where the old imperfect world continues. For a book written in 1931, the similarities to today’s world will astonish you.
The Natural Way Of Things Charlotte Wood (£ 8.99, ALLEN & UNWIN)
A feminist horror story that bears reading in the wake of the Weinstein scandal. Two women awake from a drugged sleep to find themselves prisoners in the desert. The thing that connects them and another eight women trapped is a sexual scandal with a powerful man.
Only Ever Yours Louise O’neill (£ 7.99, QUERCUS PUBLISHING)
The Eves are trained to be thin, pretty, good – and willing. All their lives, the Eves have been preparing for this year, where they are ready for the outside world. First, though, they must be chosen by a man. Freida and Isabel have been counting down to this day but things start to go catastrophically wrong.