The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood -- finally read this classic dystopian novel. The writing style threw me a bit off at times, but this is definitely a classic - very thought-provoking and engaging.
the book that started it all for me (apart from To Kill A Mockingbird) - this book has been labeled sci-fi for the longest time - I claim it as part of the YA fiction genre as it has inspired so many storylines that young people enjoy reading today
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Oryx and Crake (MaddAddam Trilogy, by Margaret Atwood. She is a scary predictor of a possible future and this book is no exception. Post-apocalyptic, suspenseful book one of a trilogy. Good story, as always.