Dystopian fiction

NoveList describes dystopian fantasy books in the following way,  “From dictators to zombies, these fast-paced science fiction books present alternate versions of dystopian futures and the end of the world.”

Do you hunger for more books like The Hunger Games? If so, this page is for you!

Read books like The Maze Runner, The Giver, Matched and more, and share your thoughts below!

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  1. Dystopian Life says:

    Have you ever wondered what the world would be like if people were segregated based on the color of your blood? This is Mare Barrow’s world in the book Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. Mare is a red, someone with no special abilities, ruled over by cruel and uncaring silvers, people with special abilities. Mare lives a horrible life with her family, struggling to meet ends as a thief. Mare is prepared to be shipped off to war by the silvers when she meets a strange man in the woods, who manages to land her a job in the palace to work for the royal family. Mare discovers that she is has abilities just like the silvers. To hide this impossibility, she is forced into the role of a lost silver princess and is forced to marry the prince. Mare finds herself thrust into a world of lies and secrets as she finds her way battling through life as a silver. This is not the only complication, Mare joins a secret organization called the Scarlet Guard, which fights for red equality by undermining the silver elite. One wrong move could lead to Mare’s death, read the book to find out what happens to Mare, the Scarlet Guard, and her family. This book is highly recommended for anyone who has enjoyed The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Testing. The Red Queen will leave you wanting to read the whole series.

  2. ThinkPoodles says:

    Have you ever wondered what might happen if some cities rebelled against their capital? If so, then “The Hunger Games” is definitely for you. Years after North America has crumbled, Panem has been thriving. Containing 12 unique districts, all with one goal: survival. The districts eventually revolted and lost a war against their capital. As punishment, each of the twelve districts must send two tributes, one boy and one girl, between the ages 12 and 18, to compete in the annual hunger games. Katniss Everdeen, 16 year old girl from district 12, only cares about her family’s safety. After the death of her father, Katniss took charge and has been providing food for her family ever since. When the reaping ceremony rolls around, the only thing on Katniss’ mind is making sure her sister Primrose Everdeen, 12, isn’t chosen to compete. But when she is, she does what no one has for years: she volunteers as district 12’s female tribute. Will Katniss survive the games? Read on to find out.

  3. Have you ever wondered what the world will look like in a few hundred years? If so that you will defiantly be interested in Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. Guy Montag is a fireman. He burns books for a living. Just like his father and his father’s father. Montag is happy…or is he? One day when he was walking home from work he meets a girl named Clarisse. She was different. She spent time thinking, her family sat around just talking, and she made him realize he wasn’t happy. Montag no longer was happy burning books. He wanted to read them. So when they were burning down a house that was holding books Montag took one. What will happen now? Find out in this fast paced story of a dystopian future.

  4. LEPRACHAUNS123g2 says:

    World war z is pretty good.

  5. BATMAN! {•^-^•} 215 says:

    My favorite book right now is Divergent by Veronica Roth. The main character Tris is unique in her community and because of that she is in danger. I will not give too much away in case you would like to read this AMAZING book!

  6. DO YOU WANT TO BUILD A SNOWMAN????!!!! says:

    I havent read the Hunger Games yet, but I’ll definetly try!

    • luke_the_reader81 says:

      Yeah I’ve been considering reading the Hunger Games as well. Great book series I’ve heard. So many 5 Star Reviews

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