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15 Book Series To Read If You Enjoyed “The Hunger Games”



Warning! You’re about to fall down the rabbit hole. Say hello to your summer reading list.

1. Unwind, Neal Shusterman


Why you should read it: After the Second Civil War, a law was enforced to protect reproduction rights. Parents can choose to have their kids unwound, harvesting children’s organs and body parts for donors. The story is SUPER creepy, but completely addicting. Read More
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2. Divergent, Veronica Roth

Why you should read it: Set in a dystopian society with five factions, a brave female protagonist must make a life-altering choice between her family and her true self. The more she learns about what she is, the more dangerous her journey becomes. You will finish this book in three days tops. Read More


3. Matched, Ally Condie

Why you should read it: In this perfect world, the government dictates what you eat, how much you exercise, and matches you to the most compatible mate. But when Cassia is accidentally matched with two people, she falls in love with the unexpected choice and learns about the dirty secrets of her society. Read More


4. The Maze Runner, James Dashner

Why you should read it: A community of boys with no memory of their previous lives were gradually sent to the Glade, a mysterious place surrounded by a deadly maze. Their home becomes a ticking time bomb as they race to find a way out. Once you find out the truth, you won’t be able to contain all the feels. Read More


5. Graceling, Kristin Cashore

Why you should read it: The story follows Katsa, a young warrior, and her journey to self-discovery. She is the ideal heroine, and you’ll be dying to find out what happens next. Read More


6. The Mortal Instruments, Cassandra Clare

Why you should read it: A story about a girl who discovers she has a supernatural bloodline after her mom is abducted by demons. It’s a very long series, but totally worth it. Read More


7. The Lunar Chronicles, Marissa Meyer

Why you should read it: The first book, Cinder, is loosely based on the classic fairy tale of Cinderella. A deadly plague ravages Earth, and the future depends on a cyborg, who finds herself at the center of an intergalactic struggle and a forbidden attraction with a prince. Read More


8. Gone, Michael Grant

Why you should read it: In a fictional town named Perdido Beach, every human disappears after 15 years of age. The town is encased within an impenetrable energy barrier, and several of its inhabitants develop supernatural powers. Sounds fun, right? Read More


9. Delirium, Lauren Oliver

Why you should read it: A story about a girl who falls in love despite living in a community that treats love like the most deadly of diseases. Mix a little suspense with a lot of romance and you get a series that’s pretty hard to put down. Read More


10. Legend, Marie Lu

Why you should read it: On the now flooded coast of former Los Angeles, a young prodigy named June seeks out the most wanted criminal in the country in order to avenge her brother’s death. She soon discovers, though, that the truth is far from black and white. If you have a thing for fearless girls and bad boys, this series is for you. Read More


11. Uglies, Scott Westerfeld

Why you should read it: In this dystopian society, everyone turns “Pretty” by extreme plastic surgery at the age of 16. This series follows a headstrong protagonist named Tally, who refuses to conform to society’s standards. She fights for her right to keep the only thing she can control: her ability to think for herself. You go, girl! Read More


12. Partials, Dan Wells

Why you should read it: A story of a doctor-in-training named Kira who tries to save the human race from a fatal disease. Her only hope, though, is to find the connection between humans and the beings that are their sworn enemies — Partials. These books are more dark and intense than most on this list, but still a captivating read. Read More


13. Ender’s Game, Orson Scott Card

Why you should read it: It’s 2070, and a technologically superior alien race threatens the survival of Earth and its inhabitants. Ender Wiggin, a 6-year-old genius, is trained at battle school with the hopes that he will be able to defeat the enemy and save the human race. A classic. Read More


14. The Last Survivors, Susan Beth Pfeffer

Why you should read it: The series follows Miranda (in the first and third book) and Alex (in the second) as their lives are altered when a meteor knocks the moon closer to the Earth. Faced with natural catastrophes such as tsunamis and erupting volcanos, the protagonists struggle to protect their families and retain as much of their old lives as they possibly can. Really puts things into perspective. Read More


15. The Dwellers, David Estes

Why you should read it: A compelling novel about a society forced to live underground due to world destruction, and a girl named Adele trying to reconnect with her family after being wrongly imprisoned. You’ll hold your breath as Adele is hunted down by a killing machine as she seeks answers about her parents’ past. Read More
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