What are some good books for young adults?

im going into th grade and have recently read the hunger games. i fell in love with them and i’m still rereading them and im having trouble finding good books , any suggestions?

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  • Uglies, Pretties and Specials. A book set in the future where once you hit your made ‘pretty’. When Tally’s friend runs away she faces her worst nightmare staying ugly. Action packed and great if you loved the Hunger Games!

    Gone Series. Everyone over disappears and kids in this town are stuck surrounded by a barrier and start to develop mutant powers.

    The Enemy. Everyone over becomes ill and zombified and the kids must fend for themselves. The only problem is the adults have run out of food..

    The Silver Brumby. Book about a horse but actually really good!

    Blood red road. Strong heroine out to rescue her brother in a post apocalyptic world.

    The Immortals. Hard to explain but a must! It’s being made into a movie!

    Tomorrow when the war began. Ellie and her mates become guirealla fighters when their country is invaded. Fantastic read!

    Source(s): Read myself!

  • Harry Potter- J.K. Rowling

    Vampire Academy- Richelle Mead

    Blue Bloods- Melissa de la Cruz

    The Immortals series- Alyson Noel

    The Percy Jackson books- Rick Riordan

    The Magic Circle- Tamora Pierce

    Twilight Saga- Stephenie Meyer

    I can’t think of anymore right now, if I do I will update this.

    Source(s): Personal experience

  • An abundance of Katherine’s by John Green is really good! It’s realistic fiction and very entertaining! Also try Incarceron by Catherine Fisher, which is a dystopia. Here are some more:

    The Naming (Alison Croggan, fantasy)

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    Reasons Why (Jay Asher, realistic fiction)

    The Rock and the River (Kekla Magoon, historical fiction)

    New Found Land (Allan Wolf, historical fiction, in verse)

    I promise that all of these books are very good even if they dont look interesting.

  • The Maze Runner by James Dashner

    Divergent by Veronica Roth

    Every Girl Dies by Cameron Jace

    the last two are almost Hunger Games replicas but are fun

  • City of Bones

    The Clock work Angel

    Divergent (very similar to THGs!)

    Harry Potter (classic)

    The Maze Runner

    Maximum Ride

    Hush Hush

  • These are my favorites so far:

    Divergent and Insurgent, The Mortal Instruments series, The Truth About Forever and other Sarah Dessen books, Harry Potter series.

  • what do you know? i’m also going into gr

    try these:

    The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare (series)

    Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare (Series)

    Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick (trilogy)

    Paranormalcy by Kiersten White

    Cirque du Freak by Darren Shan (saga, a have to read. currently my fav series)

    Eragon by Christopher Paolini (another very good series)

    books by Rick Riordan. Percy Jackson, Heroes of Olympus, and the Kane Chronicles. lots of humor, very funny.

    and Across the Universe by Beth Revis

    I loved The Hunger Games and I tried Matched and I also like it very much. Matched is by Ally Condie.

    these are all extremely good books. i recommend them all.

    all the names i mentioned are series of books, some the first book in the series.

    hope i helped!!!!!!!!! =)

  • Try Nokosee: Rise of the New Seminole (http://bit.ly/Nokosee) and its sequel Nokosee & Stormy: Love & Bullets (http://amzn.to/fqOoph). Both are contemporary “pre-dystopian” books written from a -year-old girl’s POV. They come with lots of action and adventure and Stormy Jones, the girl in the stories, is a character that will stick with you for a long time. She’s far from perfect but she’s real enough to want to love her and pull for her during her life on the run with Nokosee, the baddest bada** teenager in the world. Apparently they’re trying to make them into a movie because I found this in a Google search: http://bit.ly/yBmzB.

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    Cherry by Mary Karr. A memoir about teens, sex, drugs and growing up in rural Texas as told through the gritty, beautiful prose of one of America’s best writers having taught at Harvard and currently teaching as the Peck Professor of English Literature at Syracuse University. It’s a book every teen girl should read. If the opening paragraph doesn’t do it for you, nothing will (you can read it on the Amazon link below). I’ve also supplied you a link to her Harper Collins website where you can see the author describe her life in a revealing teaser for her new book “Lit.”



    The Liar’s Club by Mary Karr. Another moving memoir recounting her earlier years (you should probably read this one first and then Cherry).


    Bohemian Girl by Terese Svoboda. This is Huck Finn with a girl as the protagonist (and a voice as unique as Huck’s which is even more remarkable since it’s a book that’s just been released) set in the ‘s west. The story begins when -year-old Harriet is sold by her father to an Indian to settle a gambling debt. When she escapes the strange mound-building obsession of her Pawnee captor, Harriet sets off on a trek to find her father, only to meet with ever-stranger characters and situations along the way. She escapes with a chanteuse, is imprisoned in a stockade and rescued by a Civil War balloonist, and becomes an accidental shopkeeper and the surrogate mother to an abandoned child, while abetting the escape of runaway slaves.


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    Jennifer Miller’s just released debut novel The Year of the Gadfly is a tale of prep school scandal and secret societies starring a very precocious -year-old young lady named Iris Dupont, whose best and only friend is the chain-smoking ghost of famed broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow. If it sounds weirdly wonderful, it is – Iris would kill us for using a cliché here, but we can’t help but call the novel compulsively readable, and it feels a little something like a cross between The Secret History and Gossip Girl, although with significantly more masturbation scenes than the former and more dusty tomes than the latter. As reviewed by Emily Temple, Flavorwire http://amzn.to/JygiE

    The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides. A moving story inspired by true events about the suicides of five teenage sisters as told from the viewpoint (for the most part) of randy teenage boys who try to explain it all.


    I Never Promised You A Rose Garden by Joanne Greenberg. A critically appraised and touching semi-autobiographical story of a -year-old girl battling schizophrenia in a mental hospital.


  • Gone by Michael Grant

    Source(s): I read to much..

  • Morganville vampires I love them an hate twilight so your good if you don’t like twilight

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