What are the best gay-themed books set in a dystopic future?

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    #1Mind Fuck (The Administration)

    Mind Fuck (The Administration)

    Mind Fuck is a gay romance novel written by Manna Francis that tells the story of Val. He works as an investigator who investigates everything and anything. He will then find not just pieces of evidence but love and romance. 


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    Arjun Patil
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Mamma Francis’ Mind Fuck fits my interest in LGBT genre fiction that features gay characters but isn’t solely about LGBT life in the present or recent past. This is the best example i’ve Seen yet of a gay novel set in a rich, immersive dystopian setting. Francis’ dapper secret policeman Val Toreth, member of the blandly names but terrifyingly brutal and ruthless Investigation and Interrogations division (IOD) is a fantastic example of a gay character who is not JUST a gay character, and who provides a rich view into the kinds of compromises and mental gymnastics many real humans face, especially in authoritarian countries. As a hard-core Cold War history buff, I have spent a lot of my life reading about secret policemen of one type or another, and it’s clear that Manna Francis put a lot of work into Val and the IID. New London, capital of the European Administration, is a richly layered dystopian setting that feels both imaginative and at times disturbingly familiar. Watching Val and Keri navigate both their growing feelings for each other and the dangerous, complicated dystopian world around them was hugely entertaining, and I will eagerly await any future stories in the same universe."
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    #2Out of the Ashes

    Out of the Ashes

    R.W. Day's Out of the Ashes is the much-awaited sequel to A Strong and Sudden Thaw where lovers Callan and David are forced to be separated. The romance erotica was published on September 25th, 2010 by Lethe Press.


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    Jason Dunn
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "A powerhouse of emotion! The sequel to A Strong and Sudden Thaw is a captivating story with a very seductive angle as it hooks you in to love all the characters ! In this strong sequel of debauchery and romance it's gay characters remind you that love knows no bounds."
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    #3Dawn of Darkness (Daeva)

    Dawn of Darkness (Daeva)

    Dawn of Darkness is the first book in the gay paranormal series Daeva written by Daniel A. Kaine which centers on Mikhail who sets out on a journey to discover and learn more things about himself.  


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    Ishan Dutta
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Gay, dystopian and a superhero? Holy smokes, this is a foray into not often covered combinations. Read it, it's good."
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    #4The God Eaters

    The God Eaters

    The God Eaters is a fictional M/M romance-themed novel written by Jesse Hajicek. This fictional M/M romance-themed novel was published on August 2, 2006 by Lulu.com. 


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    Christian Wells
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "If you are a fan of gay themed novels set in dystopian futures, then the "God Eaters" is the book for you. It is a romance novel aimed at people who are a fan of all types of love, and is an excellent read for any fan of the genre"
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    #5In His Command (Don't Tell)

    In His Command (Don't Tell)
    In His Command (Don't Tell) is a man to man romance and a science fiction book that is set in dystopian future. It was written by Rie Warren and was published on August 6, 2013 by Forever Yours.

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    #61: Brethren

    1: Brethren

    1: Brethren is a gay adventure romance novel written by W.A Hoffman that tells the story of and disenchanted English Lord who is crazy. He met someone who changed him but not for good. 


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    Gregory Olson
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "Brethren is a great book, but it is set in 1667 Jamaica whereas I prefer books set in a dystopic future . I enjoyed the romantic struggles, but the setting did not appeal to me. I would not recommend if you are looking for dystopic thrillers."
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    Fallocaust is a dark romance novel written by Quil Carter. Published by MassChaotic on February 14, 2014, Fallocaust follows the story of Reaver as he lives in a post-Fallocaust world where almost everything has been destroyed.

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    Lawrence Palmer
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "This is a very interesting book! First, it built a world where it is dark, evil, and basically when you read it, you were drawn into the story and want to find out why and how the characters will be deal with this. Then later, it reveals the characters that will give you hope, make you feel like there are good things in the world. However, it is not really all "pure good people", the story reveals the relationships, the emotions, the different personalities. Not everyone is perfect, I think everyone knows that, but combined with the theme of the book, it just make me felt I learned more! It is a good book to actually feel more closer to gay people, it is a gay romance adventure. "
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    #8Games & Players (The Administration)

    Games & Players (The Administration)
    Games & Players (Administration) is a science fiction man to man romance that is set in dystopic future authored by Manna Francis published on October 1, 2008 by Casperian Books.


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    Sean Vasquez
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "This book was a lot more complicated than I would have liked, and it was completely unnecessary. It seemed like there were lots of elements put in place just to move the story along... and that's not how I understand writing is supposed to be. I believe a lot of the book can be cut and it would be much tighter and a better read. The overall plot shows promise, but there's too much fluff in the way."
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    #9First Against the Wall (The Administration)

    First Against the Wall (The Administration)
    First Against the Wall (The Administration) is a science fiction man to man romance that is set in dystopic future with a touch of erotica and BDSM. It was written by Manna Francis and was published on May 1, 2010.

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    Anthony Miller
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "Excellent book for all you science fiction lovers. I love Sci-Fi and First Against the Wall did not disappoint. So futuristic!"
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    #10Control (The Administration)

    Control (The Administration)
    Control (The Administration) is a science fiction man to man romance book with a touch of erotica and BDSM authored by Manna Francis. It follows the love story of Toreth and Warrick as their job gets in the way of their relationship.

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    Donna Johnston
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Oh, my goodness, this book was so erotic. But I found that I just couldn't follow the story. This one was just simply not for me. "


Best What are the best gay-themed books set in a dystopic future
1Mind Fuck (The Administration)Books 38 Paid
2Out of the AshesBooks 34 Paid
3Dawn of Darkness (Daeva)Books 34 Paid
4The God EatersBooks 32 Paid
5In His Command (Don't Tell)Books 29 Paid
61: BrethrenBooks 29 Paid
7FallocaustBooks 27 Paid
8Games & Players (The Administration)Books 25 Paid
9First Against the Wall (The Administration)Books 24 Paid
10Control (The Administration)Books 4 Paid

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