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Top Vampire Dystopian Novels

With the huge success of The Hunger Games trilogy, dystopian novels have become a must-read for all the book lovers. We crave more dark, dreary and heartbreaking dystopian futures like in Katniss’ world, and you can get them Dear Readers – with vampires. There are quite a few impressive vampire dystopian novels out now and they are everything your post-apocalypse loving heart could desire. Check out the list below for some of the most popular vampire dystopian books:

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Darkness Before Dawn by J. A. London
Only sunlight can save us. We built the wall to keep them out, to keep us safe. But it also makes us prisoners, trapped in what’s left of our ravaged city, fearing nightfall. After the death of my parents, it’s up to me—as the newest delegate for humanity—to bargain with our vampire overlord. I thought I was ready. I thought I knew everything there was to know about the monsters. Then again, nothing could have prepared me for Lord Valentine . . . or his son. Maybe not all vampires are killers. Maybe it’s safe to let one in. Only one thing is certain: Even the wall is not enough. A war is coming and we cannot hide forever.

The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden, #1) by Julie Kagawa
In a future world, vampires reign. Humans are blood cattle. And one girl will search for the key to save humanity. Allison Sekemoto survives in the Fringe, the outermost circle of a vampire city. By day, she and her crew scavenge for food. By night, any one of them could be eaten. Some days, all that drives Allie is her hatred of “them.” The vampires who keep humans as blood cattle. Until the night Allie herself is attacked–and given the ultimate choice. Die…or become one of the monsters.

The Greyfriar (Vampire Empire, #1) by  Clay Griffith and Susan Griffith
Vampire predators run wild in this exciting steampunk adventure, the first in an alternate history trilogy that is already attracting attention. In 1870, monsters rise up and conquer the northern lands, As great cities are swallowed up by carnage and disease, landowners and other elite flee south to escape their blood-thirsty wrath. One hundred fifty years later, the great divide still exists; fangs on one side of the border, worried defenders on the other. This fragile equilibrium is threatened, then crumbles after a single young princess becomes almost hopelessly lost in the hostile territory. At first, she has only one defender—a mysterious Greyfriar who roams freely in dangerous vampire regions.

The Hunt (The Hunt, #1) by Andrew Fukuda
Gene is different from everyone else around him.  He can’t run with lightning speed, sunlight doesn’t hurt him and he doesn’t have an unquenchable lust for blood.  Gene is a human, and he knows the rules.  Keep the truth a secret.  It’s the only way to stay alive in a world of night—a world where humans are considered a delicacy and hunted for their blood. When he’s chosen for a once in a lifetime opportunity to hunt the last remaining humans, Gene’s carefully constructed life begins to crumble around him.  He’s thrust into the path of a girl who makes him feel things he never thought possible—and into a ruthless pack of hunters whose suspicions about his true nature are growing. Now that Gene has finally found something worth fighting for, his need to survive is stronger than ever—but is it worth the cost of his humanity?

I Am Legend by Richard Matheson
There is debate on whether or not this classic is a dystopian novel, but I’ll add it anyway and let you decide. Robert Neville is the last living man on Earth…but he is not alone. Every other man, woman, and child on Earth has become a vampire, and they are all hungry for Neville’s blood. By day, he is the hunter, stalking the sleeping undead through the abandoned ruins of civilization. By night, he barricades himself in his home and prays for dawn. How long can one man survive in a world of vampires?

Already Dead (Joe Pitt, #1) by Charlie Huston
From the Battery to the Bronx, and from river to river, Manhattan is crawling with Vampyres. Joe is one of them, and he’s not happy about it. Yeah, he gets to be stronger and faster than you, and he’s tough as nails and hard to kill. But spending his nights trying to score a pint of blood to feed the Vyrus that’s eating at him isn’t his idea of a good time. And Joe doesn’t make it any easier on himself. Going his own way, refusing to ally with the Clans that run the undead underside of Manhattan–it ain’t easy. It’s worse once he gets mixed up with the Coalition–the city’s most powerful Clan–and finds himself searching for a poor little rich girl who’s gone missing in Alphabet City.

The Passage (The Passage #1) by Justin Cronin
First, the unthinkable: a security breach at a secret U.S. government facility unleashes the monstrous product of a chilling military experiment. Then, the unspeakable: a night of chaos and carnage gives way to sunrise on a nation, and ultimately a world, forever altered. All that remains for the stunned survivors is the long fight ahead and a future ruled by fear—of darkness, of death, of a fate far worse. As civilization swiftly crumbles into a primal landscape of predators and prey, two people flee in search of sanctuary. FBI agent Brad Wolgast is a good man haunted by what he’s done in the line of duty. Six-year-old orphan Amy Harper Bellafonte is a refugee from the doomed scientific project that has triggered apocalypse. He is determined to protect her from the horror set loose by her captors. But for Amy, escaping the bloody fallout is only the beginning of a much longer odyssey—spanning miles and decades—towards the time and place where she must finish what should never have begun.

The Strain (The Strain Trilogy #1) by Guillermo del Toro
In one week, Manhattan will be gone. In one month, the country. In two months . . . the world. At New York’s JFK Airport an arriving Boeing 777 taxiing along a runway suddenly stops dead. All the shades have been drawn, all communication channels have mysteriously gone quiet. Dr. Eph Goodweather, head of a CDC rapid-response team investigating biological threats, boards the darkened plane . . . and what he finds makes his blood run cold. A terrifying contagion has come to the unsuspecting city, an unstoppable plague that will spread like an all-consuming wildfire–lethal, merciless, hungry . . . “vampiric.”

Evolve 2: Vampire Stories of the Future Undead
Meet the eternal predator that humanity never ceases to find both fascinating and terrifying. Evolve 2: Vampire Stories of the Future Undead moves this creature beyond 2012, through this century and into the next. We humans will evolve, but so will they! Whatever apocalyptic events that lie ahead for our species, for the planet, vampires will be there too, helping or hindering, effecting or infecting us. Time is on their side, but it may not be on ours.

There you have it my lovelies, a list of some of the most popular vampire dystopian novels. There are many books on this list that I would love to read, I am a HUGE fan of dystopian post-apocalypse books. What about you?

And feel free to add any other vampire dystopian books you know of.

– Moonlight

 

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Moonlight • September 16, 2012


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  1. Atlas (@atlasaras) September 16, 2012 - 11:01 am Reply

    You’re the greatest evil the moment :) I want to read all of the books in this exciting.

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  7. pranjali December 14, 2012 - 11:27 am Reply

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  8. Katie February 2, 2013 - 11:09 pm Reply

    I love the dystopian book- Divergent. It does not include vampires (sadly) but is a realy great book. Divergent – By: Veronica Roth

    • Moonlight February 3, 2013 - 8:50 am Reply

      That’s actually one of my favorite books. I LOVE Divergent. I still haven’t read Insurgent though, I am a bit behind.

      • Katie February 4, 2013 - 4:02 pm Reply

        I have read Insurgent, and next I’m reading Free Four. I can’t wait ’till the third book comes out. I’m almost possitive that it will be called Convergent but I’m not entirely sure.

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