His most well-known work is the dystopian novel, Brave New World. In 1958, he published Brave New World Revisited, a set of essays on real-world problems and ideas from the novel--overpopulation, overorganization, and psychological techniques from salesmanship to hypnopaedia, or sleep-teaching.

My personal favorite Huxley novel is Eyeless in Gaza, the story of the "fashionably cynical" central character's conversion from selfish isolation to transcendental mysticism.