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The Horn Book’s recommendations on how to choose a good dystopian novel.

Good YA Dystopias

  • Feed (Candlewick, 2002) by M. T. Anderson
  • Ashes (Egmont, 2011) by Ilsa J. Bick
  • Hunger Games trilogy: The Hunger Games (Scholastic, 2008), Catching Fire (2009),Mockingjay (2010) by Suzanne Collins
  • Matched (Dutton, 2010) by Ally Condie (sequel Crossed, 2011)
  • Little Brother (Tor, 2008) by Cory Doctorow
  • Incarceron (Dial, 2010) by Catherine Fisher (sequel Sapphique, 2010)
  • The Eleventh Plague (Scholastic, 2011) by Jeff Hirsch
  • Chaos Walking trilogy: The Knife of Never Letting Go (Candlewick, 2008), The Ask and the Answer (2009), Monsters of Men (2010) by Patrick Ness
  • Fever Crumb (Scholastic, 2010) by Philip Reeve (sequel A Web of Air, 2011)
  • Across the Universe (Razorbill/Penguin, 2011) by Beth Revis (sequel A Million Suns, 2012)
  • Divergent (Tegen/HarperCollins, 2011) by Veronica Roth (sequel Insurgent, May 2012)
  • Ashes, Ashes (Scholastic, 2011) by Jo Treggiari

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