Dystopias rule our imaginations today — just ask Katniss Everdeen. But the dystopias that speak most powerfully to our world weren't necessarily created in the past decade. Here are 10 great dystopias that are more relevant to the real world than when they were first created.
In John Dickinson's WE, everybody's connected to the World Ear, a tiny communications device that connects your brain to the internet — except Paul Munro, cut off from humanity at the fringes of the solar system. It's a thrilling premise.