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We often feel that need to read the same book at the same time because the shared collective experience influences our personal reading choices. An easy example would be how an individual book will see several holds placed for it after it’s been made into a film or featured on a popular talk show.

An interesting example has been the spike in popularity of political dystopias and fascist-era novels.

Two library standards (George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World) are, once again, seeing many people place holds on them. If you’re still waiting for your copy, or have already read these, please consider the following novels to help work through that “everything’s not okay” feeling:

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