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What are the best young adult dystopian novels?

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  1. 1Divergent

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    Divergent is the first dystopian novel in the Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth which is set in a post-apocalyptic society divided into five factions where Beatrice Prior has to choose only one to devote her life to.

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  1. 2The Maze Runner (The Maze Runner)

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    The Maze Runner is the first novel in The Maze Runner series written by James Dashner which centers on Thomas who wakes up in the lift and had an amnesia. 

  2. 3The Hunger Games

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    The Hunger Games is the first novel of The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins which centers on Katniss Everdeen who volunteers as tribute to replace her younger sister in a game televised and ruled by a dictatorial government.

  1. 4Allegiant (Divergent)

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    Allegiant, the last book in Veronica Roth's Divergent trilogy, is centered on Tris and Tobias, and how they try to understand human nature while choosing between courage and allegiance, and sacrifice and love. 

  2. 5The Giver

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    The Giver is a book by Lois Lowry that tells the story of Jonas, a boy who lives in a very structured society where everyone has a role. He will soon discover what his role is meant to be, and it will change his life.

  3. 6Under the Never Sky

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    Under the Never Sky is a young adult fiction novel by Veronica Rossi which centers on Aria living inside Reverie, and Perry from outside the protected dome, who might need each other if they are to survive.
  4. 7Pandemonium (Delirium)

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    Pandemonium, the second book in Lauren Oliver's Delirium trilogy, is centered on Lena and her adventures in the Wilds, or the area outside the walls where she was raised in. Alone in the strange lands, Lena learned something she never thought she would know.

  5. 8Wither (The Chemical Garden)

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    Wither, the first book in Lauren DeStefano's Chemical Garden trilogy, is about Rhine Ellery, who is living in a world where a woman's life expectancy is just 20 years because of a failed government experiment to create a perfect human race.


  6. 9Uglies (Uglies)

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    Uglies is the first book in the young adult dystopian series Uglies written by Scott Westerfeld which centers on Tally who can't wait anymore to turn sixteen as she will have an operation to turn into a pretty girl.

  7. 10The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner)

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    The Scorch Trials is the second book in the Maze Runner series by James Dashner which continues to follow Thomas and the Gladers who found the Scorch after surviving the maze. 
  8. 11Matched

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    Matched is the first book in the dystopian series Matched written by Ally Condie which centers on Cassia who is living in a society where the officials decide everything such as your lover, work and the date of your death. 
  9. 12Insurgent (Divergent)

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    Insurgent is the second book in Veronica Roth's hit young adult series Divergent. It is about a girl named Tris and her journey to uncover the history of her world. 

  10. 13Mockingjay (The Hunger Games)

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    Mockingjay is the third installment in The Hunger Games Trilogy written by Suzanne Collins. It is the final chapter of Katniss Everdeen in her revolution against the capitol as she serves to be the rebels' Mockingjay.

  11. 14The Maze Runner Boxed Set

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    The Maze Runner is James Dashner's young adult dystopian novel about a group of teens inside a walled settlement surrounded by a wide and dangerous maze. It has been adapted into a film series. 

  12. 15The One (The Selection)

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    The One, the 3rd book in Kiera Cass' The Selection series, is about America Singer being torn between her first love Aspen and Prince Maxon, whom she has grown to love during her time in the Selection.

  13. 16Flashtide (Flashfall)

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    Flashtide is the second book in Jenny Moyer's dystopic, adventure, and thrilling series for young adults, Flashfall. It was released in November 2017. It followed the famous series opener, Flashfall.

  14. 17Descent of Angels (The Horus Heresy)

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    Descent of Angels: Loyalty and Honour is the 6th book in the Horus Heresy science fiction series. This novel was written by Michael Scanlon and was published in October 2007. It is about the history of the groups involved in the last civil war.
  15. 18Sky on Fire (Monument 14)

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    Sky on Fire is the second book in the apocalyptic adventure series for young adults, the Monument 14 series. It is authored by Emmy Laybourne and was released in 2013. It is about a group of kids inside a superstore during an apocalypse.

  16. 19Runebinder

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    Runebinder is the first book in Alex R. Kahler's dystopic fantasy two-book series for young adults, Runebinder Chronicles. It was originally released in November 2017. It is about a teenager trying to save the world from further destruction using magic.

  17. 20Angel Exterminatus (Horus Heresy)

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    Angel Exterminatus is the 23rd book in the famous dystopian science fiction series, Horus Heresy. It was written by Graham McNeill and was published in November 2012. It is about Perturabo and his attempt to outshine his primarch brothers.
  18. 21The Penultimate Truth

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    Published in 1964, this book is set in a post-war scenario, where humanity is forced to live in underground shelters where the opposing superpowers fight each other on the surface. This is all a lie, as the war had ended many years ago and humanity was being used to make the Yance-men even richer. 




  19. 22Glass Sword (Red Queen)

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    Glass Sword is the second book in the young adult dystopian novel Red Queen written by Victoria Aveyard which continues to follow the story of the adventures of Mare Barrow and Maven, the prince. 

  20. 23The Night Eternal (The Strain)

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    The Night Eternal is a paranormal fantasy book written by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. The Night Eternal was published on October 25, 2011 by HarperCollins. This is the third book in the Strain Series.

  21. 24City of Stairs (The Divine Cities)

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    City of Stairs is the first book in the dystopic science fiction, and fantasy series for young adults, the Divine Cities. It was written by Robert Jackson Bennett and was first released in October 2014.

  22. 25The Ask and the Answer

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    The Ask and the Answer is the second book in the Chaos Walking series. This young adult science-fiction novel is written by Patrick Ness and was originally published in 2009.

  23. 26Monsters of Men

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    Monsters of Men is the third book in the Chaos Walking series written by Patrick Ness. This young adult science-fiction and dystopian book was originally published in 2010.

  24. 27Incarnate (Incarnate)

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    Incarnate is the first book on the Incarnate trilogy written by Jodi Meadows which centers on Ana living in a world where once you die you come back reincarnated in another body. 

  25. 28Lighthouse Island

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    Lighthouse Island: A Novel is a dystopic, dramatic romance and adventure novel for young adults written by award-winning author Paulette Jiles. It was originally released in July 2014. It is about an orphan looking for paradise in a destroyed world.

  26. 29Horus Rising (The Horus Heresy)

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    Horus Rising is the first book in the Horus Heresy series. The young adult, science fiction book is written by Dan Abnett and was first published in April 2006. It is about Horus, a Warmaster who replaces the retiring Emperor.

  27. 30The Primarchs (Horus Heresy)

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    The Primarchs is the 20th book in the famous dystopian science fiction series, Horus Heresy. It was written by Christian Dunn and published in May 2012. It is about four warriors and their impact on the civil war in Imperium.

  28. 31Battle for the Abyss (The Horus Heresy)

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    Battle for the Abyss is the 8th book in the famous dystopian science fiction series, Horus Heresy. It was written by Ben Counter and was published in August 2008. It is about Horus' plans to wipe out his enemies, the Ultramarines.
  29. 32High-Rise

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    High-Rise is J.G. Ballard's 1975 postmodern novel about the residents of an isolated apartment whose ideologies devolved into something more primal, more animalistic.

  30. 33The Arrow of Gold

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    The Arrow of Gold is a book by Joseph Conrad that tells the story of a young sailor who will fall in love with a beautiful young woman. This is the story of how his personal motives affected his emotions.

  31. 34Renegades

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    Renegades is a dystopian romantic thriller novel for young adults written by famous author Marissa Meyer. It was released in November 2017 and has become a New York Times Bestseller and one of the Winter Kids' Indie List selection.

  32. 35Floodland

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    Floodland is a standalone young adult dystopian novel written by Marcus Sedgwick which follows 10-year-old Zoe Black who was accidentally left behind on Norwich when her parents escaped the rising sea level in the city. 

  33. 36The Fifth Season (The Broken Earth)

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    The Fifth Season is the first book in the science fiction series The Broken Earth written by N.K. Jemisin which centers on Essun trying to save her daughter after her husband has kidnapped their daughter and brutally murdered their son. 
  34. 37Day of the Oprichnik

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    Day of the Oprichnik is a science fiction book written by Vladimir Sorokin which centers on Andrei Danilovich Komiaga living in Moscow in the year 2028, where futuristic technology and draconian codes are existing. 

  35. 38Strength of Stones

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    Strength of Stones is a science fiction book written by Greg Bear published on October 1, 2002 by iBooks. The story is set in a theocratic world in the future. It follows the story of the only woman who is the only one allowed to live in a city.
  36. 39Moscow 2042

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    Moscow 2042 is a science fiction book written by Vladimir Voinovich which is set in 1982, wherein Vitaly Kartsev discovers from a friend the Lufthansa Airlines offers flights back and forth through time.
  37. 40Luminary (Anomaly Book 2)

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    Luminary is a dystopian novel written by Krista McGee. First published in 2014 by Thomas Nelson under ISBN: 1401688748, it is the second book in the Anomaly book series.

  38. 41Liquid City

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    Liquid City is a dystopic, adventurous, fantasy, science fiction novel for young adults written by A.C. Buchanan. It was released in May 2015. It is about a human who was left on a strange planet and had to survive its metropolis.

  39. 42The One Safe Place

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    The One Safe Place is a standalone young adult dystopian novel written by Tania Unsworth which is said to be almost the same as The Giver and Among the Hidden.

  40. 43The Water Knife

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    The Water Knife is a science fiction novel written by Paolo Bacigalupi which follows the adventure of Angel, Lucy, and Maria as their time runs out to survive with each other's help. 

  41. 44The Sky Inside

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    The Sky Inside s the first book in the young adulkt dystopian series with the same name written by Clare B. Dunkle which centers on the world where Martians are a common sight. 

  42. 45Lost in Arcadia

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    Lost in Arcadia by Sean Gandert is a dystopian literary fiction novel originally published in July 2017. This book follows the story of American fast forward to the year 2037 where people are obsessed to Arcadia.

  43. 46Revolution 2020

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    Revolution 2020 by Chetan Bhagat is a realistic fiction novel first published in 2011. This book tells the story of three childhood friends facing three different challenges: love, corruption, and ambition.

  44. 47The Late Great Human Road Show

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    The Late Great Human Road Show is a mature and dystopic novel for young adults and adults written by Paulette Jiles. It was first released in 1986. It is set in a post-nuclear-explosion Toronto.

  45. 48Redshirts

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    Redshirts by John Scalzi is a comic science fiction novel published in 2012. This book follows the story of Andrew Dahl and his exciting and life-threatening Away Missions for the Universal Union Capital Ship, Intrepid. 

  46. 49Never Let Me Go

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    Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro is a dystopian science fiction novel published in 2005. This book tells the story of three children who are studying in an exclusive boarding school and their 'special gift'.

  47. 50Among the Hidden (Shadow Children)

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    Among the Hidden is the first book in the young adult dystopian series Shadow Children written by Margaret Peterson Haddix which centers on one of the shadow children named Luke who meets a girl named Jen who is like him.  

  48. 51Under Western Eyes

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    Under Western Eyes is a book by Joseph Conrad that tells the story of Razumov. He is an orphan and he did not know who his parents were. His story was being told be a professor in the present and he shares all of Razumov's great words and acts.

49 comments

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    Anonymous
    May 12, 2018
    "At the end of The Knife of Never Letting Go, Todd and Viola have made it to Haven in hopes of sanctuary from their pursuers, the ever-growing Prentisstown army…only to meet with grim news. Haven has been surrendered to Mayor – that’s President, now – Prentiss, and Viola is near death from her gunshot wound. When Todd awakens at the opening of The Ask and the Answer, however, he is alone with the enemy, with Viola nowhere in sight. Todd struggles awake with a single thought in his mind – to find her, to save her, to keep the both of them alive and out of the Mayor’s (the President’s) reach. But Todd finds himself trapped, ensnared in the Mayor’s web of manipulations, lies and truths. Forces larger than the two young teens pull them apart and test the strength of their relationship, as two warring camps emerge with the Mayor and men of New Prentisstown on one side, and the insurgent, mysterious “Answer” on the other."
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    The Ask and the Answer
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    Anonymous
    April 2, 2018
    "This is my second novel in the genre after The handmaid's tale and I'm impressed. The central theme revolves around a propaganda spread by ruling class fooling the humanity into living in underground "ant farms", believing the world above to be uninhabitable, while a small ruling class above divvies the Earth into villas where they use their "leadies" (robots constructed below and sent up for the "war effort") to build personal mansions. The main occupation of the ruling class ("Yance men") is to carefully produce the propaganda and false images that they broadcast to the subsurface workers, to keep them from coming up. The book forces you to think about the world - about how media can be used to manipulate the masses, about the nature of religion and belief, and about the complicated play between morality and authority and political conspiracy. must read book."
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    The Penultimate Truth
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    Anonymous
    March 23, 2018
    "I've been reading this series by Graham McNeill for a long time, so of course I was going to pick up the next book in it. As always, this book is action packed, and carries your favourite characters forward through this chilling adventure. I like the way McNeill writes characters; he does a great job of building them up to make their decisions believable and understandable. I've never felt like his characters were just doing things arbitrarily, and it works well to drive the plot forward in interesting ways. This wasn't my absolute favourite book in the series, but it's a really solid read, and I would recommend it to anybody who is a fan of the series for sure. If you've never read any of his books though, definitely start with number one!"
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    Angel Exterminatus (Horus Heresy)
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "After reading The Windup Girl, I was really excited to read other works by Paolo Bacigalupi. Unlike most reviewers, I didn't think this one was all that bad. It's true that Windup Girl may end up being a one-hit wonder, but I think people are being unnecessarily harsh on The Water Knife because they're trying to measure it against it. Instead they should appreciate it for what it is, which is a great novel on its own."
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    The Water Knife
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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2018
    "Sci-fi with dystopian worlds are some of my favorite reading material. Lost in Arcadia is almost a bandwagon book that doesn't really provide anything someone who avidly reads the genre hasn't read before. The writing is only just ok and the plot is basically if Stranger Things met Skyrim/Fallout. The story was just so all over the place, I hard a hard time keeping up, or interest in reading for that matter."
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    Lost in Arcadia
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2018
    "I am a big reader and sci-fi fan. Even though I am an adult, I enjoy the younger adult novels. "Among the Hidden (Shadow Children) is a book about a dystopian novels. It is full of great storyline and is just plain amazing. This was a good book for summer reading. It has a perfect mix of suspense, bravery, courge, frienship, and exciting little details that make me want to read mlre!"
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    Among the Hidden (Shadow Children)
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    Anonymous
    May 6, 2018
    "This book was great and sad at the same time. I want to live in a bubble and know that the world our kids live in is not filled with drugs and sex, but I do appreciate that this book keeps those aspects real. Thankfully, it was not the entire focus. I enjoyed reading Dean's take on a world gone mad, and the entire group of kids working together was inspiring to read."
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    Sky on Fire (Monument 14)
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    Anonymous
    May 20, 2018
    "This series has been compared to George R.R. Martin's Game Of Thrones. It's an excellent fantasy thriller that includes drama and romance. It's a New York Time Number One Bestseller. If you're a fan of Game of Thrones, then you're going to definitely be into this book. It's written for the young adult genre, but I think it's an enjoyable series for anyone."
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    Glass Sword (Red Queen)
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    Anonymous
    April 16, 2018
    "I loved this book. I can't say enough about it. The story is quite interesting, the characters are well developed. I loved the fantasy storytelling in it as well. The original was great and this follow up didn't disappoint. The stories can be complicated and heartbreaking but there is always an element of hope in them. Great series overall."
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    Insurgent (Divergent)
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    Anonymous
    May 10, 2018
    "Uglies, the first book in a trilogy, is considered one of the best young adult dystopian novels. It is one of the first dystopian novels that I ever read. It is an interesting story for young girls as it focuses on beauty, much of what is on young adult's minds. The book features a strong story line on beauty, friendship and betrayal."
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    Uglies (Uglies)
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "This is a pretty short book that will draw readers in and hold them until the end. It's about a teenager who is earning a living carrying goods beneath a city. The main character builds a life as he goes along. I think the world-building in this book is also very intriguing and sets a great backdrop for the story."
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    Liquid City
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "This looks to be great for a young adult age range. The content of the plot also seems to focus on a story similar in tone and direction to The Hunger Games books, set in a similarly dystopian future society. User reviews are very positive, and it appears to be an extremely popular pick as well."
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    Matched
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    Anonymous
    May 6, 2018
    "My son was looking for a newer ya dystopian novels since he has been on a kick lately. This book was written in 2010, so it is much newer than other popular novels. It's a fun plotline that is a little different from other dystopian novels out there. At least, that is what he told me."
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    Monsters of Men
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "I. Do. Not. Like. This. Book. You should not buy this book. You would be better off burning your money. There's this old saw about how if you gave enough monkeys enough typewriters and enough time, they'd eventually turn out the works of Shakespeare? They'd turn out this book first."
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    Battle for the Abyss (The Horus Heresy)
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    Anonymous
    February 4, 2018
    "I was hoping to read the best young adult dystopian novel, one that was easy to pick up on and enjoy. With The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner), I found myself deeply engrossed in the Maze Runner series and it made me desperately wanting to know what happens after the maze in the story."
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    The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner)
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    Anonymous
    May 15, 2018
    "I just finished reading Mockingjay and I think it's one of the best books for young adult dystopian novels that I have read. It's a great story about fighting back and triumphing over an evil President. As a 14-year-old reader, this kind of book keeps me wanting to read more."
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    Mockingjay (The Hunger Games)
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "Finally a book that's both fast paced and bothers to world build. Plus this book pushes boundaries and tries to do new things and they all work, a dystopia caused by magic, LGBT protagonist, and a book not trying to set up and endless series of increasingly clunky sequels."
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    Runebinder
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    Anonymous
    May 18, 2018
    "This is an excellent choice for YA dystopian fans. It's a bit of a change of pace from most of the current stuff but she tackles real world issues and provides commentary on things all of us should be thinking about. And who doesn't love a good Martian story right?"
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    The Sky Inside
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "I was assigned to read the young adult dystopian novel "The Late Great Road Show" for a class I was taking. I have no problem saying that I hated this book. I muddled through it because it was for a grade, but I would not recommend this book to anybody."
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    The Late Great Human Road Show
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    Anonymous
    April 22, 2018
    "Moscow 2042 is a really amazing book that takes places in 1982, just two years before the events of George Orwell's 1984. Go into the mind and life of Vitaly Kartsev, a life that is far different than all of us know to be real. It is an amazing book!"
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    Moscow 2042
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    Anonymous
    April 8, 2018
    "This is a thriller set in Czarist Russia, it's interesting, entertaining and somewhat frustrating. The characters are more props for the author's arguments than fully realized literary figures. Worth reading for those who enjoy historical novels."
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    Under Western Eyes
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    Anonymous
    January 29, 2018
    "Great 'first novel' for any young adult. Very serious topic matter done in a way that won't be overly disturbing for minors. Easy enough to read, but skillfully done in a way that would captivate adults also. I really recommend it for anyone."
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    The Hunger Games
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    Anonymous
    March 8, 2018
    "This book had a decent story but lacked the details needed to image the setting and characters well. This may be an acceptable gift for a young reader just starting to get into science fiction books but lacks the depth for an adult piece."
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    Redshirts
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    Anonymous
    March 15, 2018
    "This sci-fi novel is very engrossing. It's really hard to put it down. Even though it's part of a series, it still can stand alone as a good book. But I would recommend getting the whole Horus Heresy series to get the most out of it."
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    Descent of Angels (The Horus Heresy)
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    Anonymous
    April 1, 2018
    "The idea was intriguing, but the execution left a lot to be desired. I like to be gripped by the time I finish the first page of a book, so much so that I can't wait to devour the rest, and unfortunately that wasn't the case here."
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    Incarnate (Incarnate)
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2018
    "This is a decent read, but doesn't really grab me. It doesn't really make a lot of sense to me and I think I would rather the whole theory not be the one woman allowed to live in a city. It just don't read well to me."
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    Strength of Stones
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    Anonymous
    March 23, 2018
    "Revolution 2020 written by Chetan Bhagat is a young adult dystopian book that follows the story of three childhood friends from India. They live in a corrupt system and yet struggle to find happiness and love."
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    Revolution 2020
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "This was an interesting and thought-provoking sci-fi novel. It's also a clever political satire which I often enjoy. The one main knock against it would be it is not the highest quality translation."
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    Day of the Oprichnik
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "A rousing, character-driven tale about an orphan looking for paradise in a destroyed world. A remarkably engaging story and Jiles’s description all the more memorable and evocative"
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    Lighthouse Island
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    Anonymous
    April 29, 2018
    "Renegades was a romantic rollercoaster book with a sense of thrill. It's a dystopian novel and there's a reason why it's a NY Times Bestseller."
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    Renegades
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    Anonymous
    March 8, 2018
    "Reading High-Rise was a vivid journey into the future. Although it is quite dystopian, I can imagine us ending up in a scenario like this one."
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    High-Rise
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    Anonymous
    January 26, 2018
    "I wanted the best young adult dystopian novels. I found the Giver, about a futuristic society. Great story, and a great book for a young adult."
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    The Giver
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "A good book that features a immersive story that you can really invest yourself in and that's something you have to like and really get into."
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    Pandemonium (Delirium)
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "Dystopian novels are an interesting way to take a look into society. The One tackles both a love story and a world falling apart."
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    The One (The Selection)
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    Anonymous
    February 2, 2018
    "This is a good book along the sci-fi/supernatural themes. It's an interesting look into what doctors can do for us and to us."
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    Wither (The Chemical Garden)
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "Dystopian novels are popular with more of the younger generations. Floodland follows a 10 year old girl in a perilous world."
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    Floodland
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    Anonymous
    January 27, 2018
    "Under the Never Sky is a really great dystopian novel for young adults. The story is great and really makes you think."
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    Under the Never Sky
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    Anonymous
    May 16, 2018
    "This solution accurately answers the question. The book that was provided was a young adult dystopian novel."
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    The One Safe Place
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    Anonymous
    February 3, 2018
    "Perhaps not the best book in the world but it is a great one. If you haven't read it I would check it out."
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    Divergent
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    Anonymous
    March 13, 2018
    "A collection of the maze runner books. People into fantasy books may like this collection."
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    The Maze Runner Boxed Set
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "This book only gets 3.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon. I think a better solution is available."
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    Flashtide (Flashfall)
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    Anonymous
    March 2, 2018
    "It looks like a really nice and classic when it comes to this kind of genre."
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    Never Let Me Go
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    Anonymous
    March 19, 2018
    "an exciting read with an interesting premise. a great read during travels."
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    Horus Rising (The Horus Heresy)
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    Anonymous
    April 11, 2018
    "Wasn't all that thrilled with the series. This book didn't help it either."
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    Allegiant (Divergent)
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    Anonymous
    April 16, 2018
    "I would not like reading this but for the fans I'm sure they will like it."
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    The Maze Runner (The Maze Runner)
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2018
    "This looks like a fairly good novel, however there are only two reviews"
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    The Arrow of Gold
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    Anonymous
    April 20, 2018
    "A cool fantasy book. I liked it a lot. Will read more by this author."
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    The Fifth Season (The Broken Earth)
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    Anonymous
    April 28, 2018
    "This book is smart but terrifying. There is a TV show."
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    The Night Eternal (The Strain)
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    Anonymous
    March 18, 2018
    "This is pretty coolThis is pretty interesting to see."
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    The Primarchs (Horus Heresy)
This list is about What are the best young adult dystopian novels
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1DivergentBooks 50 Paid
2The Maze Runner (The Maze Runner)Books 50 Paid
3The Hunger GamesBooks 49 Paid
4Allegiant (Divergent)Books 37 Paid
5The GiverBooks 35 Paid
6Under the Never SkyBooks 33 Paid
7Pandemonium (Delirium)Books 27 Paid
8Wither (The Chemical Garden)Books 26 Paid
9Uglies (Uglies)Books 19 Paid
10The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner)Books 14 Paid
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