Are you as in love is YA Dystopians as I am? Lol.. I think they make me feel better about my life 🙂
Of course there are all the ones you know about, The Maze Runner, The Hunger Games, Divergent… But there are SO many more amazing ones out there you may not have heard of yet. Check out the one below and let me know what you think!
The first is Configured. I’m a bit biased because I wrote it, but if you liked any of the dystopian reads I mentioned above you will want to check it out! Right now it is only. $.99 on Amazon!
In the future, love will make you a traitor.
120 years after a virus decimated earth’s population the survivors thrive in safety, away from the death and destruction of the Outerbounds. But there is a price. Divided into three levels of intellect, Citizens focus solely on duty. Emotions are pointless, even dangerous.
Due to her advanced intelligence, seventeen-year-old computer genius, Avlyn Lark is separated from her twin brother at birth and raised by adoptive parents. She gains privilege, the ideal future. He dies. Avlyn barely knew him yet he remains bound to her memory.
But following a string of rebel intrusions on the city, Avlyn receives a cryptic message. After which, she begins seeing visions of her dead twin, not to mention a strange power she doesn’t understand starts to emerge. The mysterious radical who urges Avlyn to join their fight becomes her link to answers. Freedom. Love.
Opportunity calls, but if she says yes will she lose it all?
Configured is the first novel in a Configured trilogy that poses the question: does humanity need love for survival? Fans of Divergent, Matched, and the Maze Runner will love this world of dark secrets, intrigue and thirst for a better tomorrow.
Buy Configured on Amazon
The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf:
They’re known as Firestarters. Boomers. Skychangers.
The government calls them Illegals — children with inexplicable abilities — and detains them in menacing facilities so that society is kept out of harm’s way. Ashala Wolf and her Tribe of fellow Illegals have taken refuge in the Firstwood, a forest eerily conscious of its inhabitants, where they do their best to survive and where they are free to practice their abilities. But when Ashala is compelled to venture outside her territory, she is betrayed by a friend and captured by an enemy. Injured and vulnerable, with her own Sleepwalker ability blocked, Ashala is forced to succumb to a machine that will pull secrets from her mind. It’s only a matter of time before the machine ferrets out the location of the Tribe. Her betrayer, Justin Connor, is ever-present, saving her life when she wishes to die and watching her every move.
Will the Tribe survive the interrogation of Ashala Wolf?
Legacy (The Biodome Chronicles Book 1)
A sensible young nobleman, Leaf Watson, and his sister, Willow Oak, live a rustic medieval life rich in traditions and chivalry. Sealed inside an experimental biodome since infancy, they have been groomed by The Code to build a sustainable community devoid of Outsider interference.
They are unwitting pioneers on a path toward confined interplanetary homesteading.
Life within their walled garden is predictable and peaceful until the unthinkable happens. With his dying breath, Leaf and Willow’s noble father bequeaths a family secret, placing an invisible crown of power on Leaf’s head. Grief-stricken and afraid for their lives, the siblings defy their upbringing by connecting with Fillion Nichols, a punk hacker who, unbeknownst to them, is linked to their lives in shocking ways. Their encounter launches Fillion into a battle with his turbulent past as he urgently decodes the many secrets that bind them together, a necessity for each to survive.
Youth cultures clash when the high technology of the Anime Tech Movement collides with the Middle Ages in a quest for truth, unfolding a story rich in mystery, betrayal and love.
First, we feared them. Then we fought them. Now they might be our only hope.
Sixteen-year-old Lyric Walker’s life is forever changed when she witnesses the arrival of 30,000 Alpha, a five-nation race of ocean-dwelling warriors, on her beach in Coney Island. The world’s initial wonder and awe over the Alpha quickly turns ugly and paranoid and violent, and Lyric’s small town transforms into a military zone with humans on one side and Alpha on the other. When Lyric is recruited to help the crown prince, a boy named Fathom, assimilate, she begins to fall for him. But their love is a dangerous one, and there are forces on both sides working to keep them apart. Only, what if the Alpha are not actually the enemy? What if they are in fact humanity’s best chance for survival? Because the real enemy is coming. And it’s more terrifying than anything the world has ever seen.
Action, suspense, and romance whirlpool dangerously in this cinematic saga!
Grounded- The Grounded Trilogy
In Hemlock Hollow, life isn’t easy, but it is simple. Things in my community haven’t changed much in over three hundred years, since the time my Amish ancestors came to what is now the Green Republic. I milk my cow by hand, make fresh bread every morning, and hope to be courted by Jeremiah, a boy I’ve known since childhood.
When my father falls ill, the English doctor says a hospital outside the wall can heal him. Jeremiah convinces me to go on rumspringa, to experience the outside world as an Englisher in order to be closer to my father during his recovery. Others have gone before me. They claim it’s an adventure. But adventure turns to horror as an ordinary light switch thrusts me into a new world, and revelations about my personal history make me question everything I believe.
All my life I’ve worked to be simple. I can’t pretend anymore. Nothing about me is simple.
The Vanished: Blemished #2 (download The Blemished (book 1) for free)
“You’re part of the vanished now. That’s what we all are. The people who have been forgotten.”
Mina Hart fought her way out of Area 14. She made it to The Clans so that she can live a normal life with her friends and her father. But what she finds is no safe haven.
As her best friend turns against her and the Compounders treat her with distrust, Mina begins to suspect foul play at the very heart of her new home. Just to make matters worse, the threat of war is coming. The Clans are turning against each other, and Mina is caught in the middle.
Join Mina as she is reunited with her father, meets new and surprising friends and tries to figure out her complicated love life. The Vanished promises even more rebellion and romance with betrayal just around the corner…
I live in a world where freedom doesn’t exist, and life is a battle for survival. Most people aren’t even allowed to have names. But I had a name once. I was Allura until the Wardens captured me.
They told me I was a Nameless. That I was no one, and my sole purpose was to obey them. And, for a while, I believed them.
I spent years living underground in the channels beneath the city, dreaming of being outside again. I never thought it would happen. That I’d die in the darkness of my cell. But then three guys show up in the channels and my fate suddenly changes. Blaise, Ryder, and Reece are part of a secret group working to take down the Wardens and help rescue the Nameless. For the first time in a long time, I feel like I might survive.
But the outside world isn’t like how I remember. The city has become even more dangerous, especially for the Nameless. To survive, I’ll have to learn how to trust the guys and live in a world full of crime where almost everyone is hunting for me.
What is YOUR favorite Teen Dystopian Fiction book.. tell us below.
Linda Romer says
I would like to enter the Dystopian books giveaway! Not sure how to enter, so leaving a comment, thank you ♡
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Linda Romer says
Congrats to the winner 🙂
CONGRATS WINNER WHOEVER YOU ARE!
Dotty J Boucher says
Congratulation!! darn it wasn’t me LOLL 🙂 wink wink
maybe next time!
Who won? Congrats to whomever.
it’s at the top of the post 🙂
Brenda G. says
Congrats to Y. Cortez
Shellie Doctor says
I really enjoy quite a few dystopian series such as: The Divergent series, Matched series, and the Legend series.
Yamileth Cortez says
Thanks for the congratulations! So excited I won! Can’t wait to read all the books!
Kimberly Vanderbloom says
I’m a huge YA dystopian fan. It is my favorite genre. I’ve enjoyed the Gone series by Michael Grant, Divergent, Hunger Games, Undertow, The Treemakers, Geneva Project, The Outsider Chronicles and many more. I hope this genre never dies.
Kimberly, I love it,too (it’s why I wrote a book in that genre). I’ve been actively seeking out more books. I’ll have to look at a few you mentioned.