I'd like to discuss the dystopian plot. I'm writing one, and my plot starts off atmospheric, with minor action but it isn't full on car chases or anything like that. My main character is walking to work in a suppressed society, and there is lots of society impression and organisation described. The fact is, a dystopian novel - in my opinion - tends to start off constricted because of all the suppression going on automatically. I know some people say to weave in the action- which I have done - but I've noticed dystopian novels I've read do start off "slow" because of all the suppression going on in the world of the book. So, it's kind of hard to start with bang-on action unless the main character is planning his suicide or something equally bleak. Or, maybe there is even more suppression slapped down on the populace as an opening scene. What do you think? Can you cite examples of blistering action or conflict in the first chapter of a dystopian novel?