I believe it was a dystopian story about blue people who had been enslaved. I remember it as a sci-fi story. I don't remember anything else about it, just that there were blue people, they were thought of as lesser beings.

Edit: I added that I think it was in the late 90's early 2000's that I read this. I believe it was new.

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    Welcome to SFF.SE! Please ask only one question per question: you can split this into 3 separate posts each covering one of the books you're asking about. – Rand al'Thor Sep 17 '15 at 21:19
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    yep cut out book 2 and 3 and re-post those in 2 more questions :D – Himarm Sep 17 '15 at 21:29
  • Unless of course you believe all three books are part of a single collection of books, in which case please edit your question to make that clear. – Xantec Sep 17 '15 at 22:03
  • Thanks! I will. I found out what one of them was actually, so I can take that one out entirely. – Jordanne Fuller Sep 17 '15 at 22:05
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    Were the blue people subjagated by an evil wizard named Gargamel? – Valorum Sep 18 '15 at 12:40

If the blue people were androids, it could be John Brunner's Into the Slave Nebula.

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  • I'm pretty sure that's not it, but that's a close idea. I don't remember there being any androids, although it was set in the future. For some reason I'm remembering cave like holes in mountains for their homes, but I could be making that up. – Jordanne Fuller Sep 17 '15 at 23:29
  • Well, they were not really androids, that's just what the company that sold them said. In truth they were humans, abducted on sparsely populated frontier-worlds as children and subjected to a procedure that made their skin blue. – Volker Landgraf Feb 28 at 16:03

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