If you loved The Hunger Games...

Distopian fiction, or stories that take place in seemingly well-ordered societies that are actually deeply corrupt, is all the rage right now. With the success of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games trilogy and the upcoming movie, books are flying off the library shelves.  So if you loved diving into the Games with Katniss and Peeta, here are a few other titles you might enjoy.

Birthmarked Birthmarked by Caragh M. O'Brien

This is the tale of Gaia Stone, an apprentice mid-wife who lives outside the wall. She is content with her meager existence until her parents are arrested, and she begins to see the decay lurking beneath the surface of her society.


Delirium Delirium by Lauren Oliver

In a world where love is considered a "delirium" to be cured, Lena meets Alex and finds herself falling for him 95 days before she is supposed to receive the cure.


Enclave Enclave by Ann Aguirre

Deuce is a fifteen year old Huntress who has never had reason to question the rules of the Enclave, the underground community in which she was born. A poisoned world and the voracious monsters called Freaks create a harsh world  that calls for following orders, not curiosity. When she is partnered with the best Hunter in the community, Fade, she discovers that following the way things have always been is not always the best way to survive. 

The Forest of Hands and Teeth The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

Though this would be considered a novel in the horror genre due to the backdrop of undead creatures called "unconsecrated,"  Mary's journey to break away from the oppression of the Sisterhood and create her own life outside the fence stems from dystopian themes. Don't forget to read the companion novels  The Dead-Tossed Waves and The Dark and Hollow Places.

Incarceron Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

Generations have lived in the living prison, Incarceron. None have escaped. Will Finn and Claudia be the first?


Matched Matched by Ally Condie

Seveteen-year-old Cassia has always relied on the wisdom of the Society. The decisions handed down are always correct and the Society maintains efficiency in every aspect of life, so she is thrilled at her matching ceremony to be paired with her best friend, Xander. But when the face of her neighbor Ky shows up on her match disc, Cassia begins asking questions and her worldview begins to crumble.

Maze Runner Maze Runner by James Dashner

 A young amnesiac, Thomas, awakens to find himself trapped in a huge maze and must figure out how to escape. This book is the first in a trilogy.


Unwind Unwind by Neal Schusterman

Three teens fight for their lives in a world where your life can be unwound and your body parts harvested for others.


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