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Stasis by samberk

For the greater good of serenity

Peyton Williamson has always felt like he hasn’t belonged. In the idyllic City, everyone seems to know exactly what they’re doing and exactly who they like—except for him, of course. Being shipped to the Academy, the school all adolescents must attend to become full members of society, barely helps at all. If anything, the realization that the world he’s spent . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Too Many Humans by Jacob Rayne

Too Many Humans is a dystopian horror web serial which updates every Tuesday. It takes place in the near future where the results of over-population give rise to questions with brutal and disturbing answers. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Unbroken Chaos by Alex Davidson

Two assassin teenagers discover that their first hit is a miss, and they attempt to kill her again, which sets off a chain of events that sends them on several adventures. . . .

A complete novel.
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Stark and CRAAZY!

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Mar 28, 2013: Whoa, I thought, reading the blurb for this story, assassin teenagers? Really? Yes, really. In this story, you don’t just suspend disbelief. Disbelief runs away and cowers in a corner, along with morality. The "good guys(?)" are worse than most bad guys. It’s its own breakneck, crazy, ultraviolent world. Well, maybe Tarantino would be at home there.

The narration is very spare and stark. For example:

"Piles of bodies in the streets. [more . . .]

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Welcome To The Academy

By Hejin57, author of Music Masters

Dec 19, 2018: Often times, I find myself hard-pressed to get into dystopian stories, especially if they don’t carry with them some unique premise or way of showing things. So it’s always a pleasure to find something that breaks my preconceptions, even in the simplest way possible.

The following story, simply named Stasis, revolves around a dystopian future of sorts, where humanity has been brought to brink and their population has diminished because of it. To survive this bleak future, people lead incredibly structured [more . . .]

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