Dystopian Literature 21st Century – 2000 -2010

Dystopian Literature Review

21st Century Dystopia Literature 2000 – 2010

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Dystopian Literature 21st Century – 2000 -2010 with the dawn of a new Millennium and the so-called Millennium bug in the rearview mirror we all looked forward to the age of peace and prosperity. However Dystopian writers were provided with some of the darkest materials in human history. Twin Towers, Avion flu and Human Genome Project all provided materials that are beyond imagination. The Dystopia’s of the past were slowly becoming the realities of today. With a world changing so fast and people struggling to keep up, Dystopian Literature became a bedrock for many to act as warnings while also trying to explain much of the chaos and perpetual wars. Young Adult Fiction developed significantly and became a mainstay for many authors in the Dystopian Genre.

Book Title: Ella Minnow Pea

Author:  Mark Dunn

Published: October 2001

Publisher: Macadam/Cage (US) / Methuen (UK)

Language: English

Pages: 208

Good reads rating:  3.85/5

About: The novel is determined to the invented island of Nollop, off the shoreline of South Carolina, which is home to Nevin Nollop, the alleged maker of the outstanding pangram, “The speedy dark-colored fox bounces over the sluggish canine.” This sentence is safeguarded on a dedication statue to its maker on the island and is paid attention to very by the legislature of the island.

Book Title: Feed

Author:  M. T. Anderson

Published: 2002

Publisher: Candlewick Press

Language: English

Pages: 320

Good reads rating:  3.54/5

About: The novel discusses issues, for example, corporate power, commercialization, data innovation, information mining, and natural rot, with an occasionally scornful, once in a while dismal tone. In the end, their feeds are fixed enough for them to come back to Earth; notwithstanding, Violet’s feed isn’t totally fixed. All through the novel, there is likewise a nearness of injuries showing up on the characters’ bodies

Book Title: In the Presence of Mine Enemies 

Author:  Harry Turtledove

Published: November 4, 2003

Publisher: New American Library

Language: English

Pages: 464

Good reads rating:  3.82/5

About: The novel explains a reality where the United States stayed noninterventionist and did pass on the Second World War, hence enabling triumph to the Axis Powers, who isolated the world among themselves. All things considered, a few years after the war, the Third World War happened, highlighting the Axis Powers crushing the US and Canada.

Book Title: Jennifer Government

Author:  Max Barry

Published: 21 January 2003

Publisher: Doubleday

Language: English

Pages: 336

Good reads rating:  3.66/5

About: The organization is planning to discharge the new Nike Mercury’s, which sell for a large number of dollars however, don’t cost a great deal of cash to make and so as to rustle up enthusiasm for the things. John Nike intends to expand “road cred” in the most exceedingly awful manner conceivable by having Hack execute individuals who attempt to get them.

Book Title: Oryx and Crake

Author:  Margaret Atwood

Published: 2003

Publisher: McClelland and Stewart (Canada), Bloomsbury (UK), Doubleday (U.S.)

Language: English

Pages: 389

Good reads rating:  4.01/5

About: It centers on a solitary character called Snowman, who winds up in a dreary circumstance with just animals called Crackers to stay with him. Close starvation, Snowman chooses to come back to the remains of a compound named Rejooven Esense to look for provisions, although hazardous hereditarily designed crossbreed creatures overwhelm it.

Book Title: Asphalt

Author:  Carl Hancock Rux

Published: January 1st 2004

Publisher: Washington Square Press 

Language: English

Pages: 272

Good reads rating:  3.94/5

About: Racine, an ostracize DJ comes back from a disastrous remain in Paris to a war-torn New York City and winds upheld up in a decaying common wartime brownstone manor in a Brooklyn neighborhood crushed by destitution and misery. Couchette is the vexed soul with whom Racine shares physically private and sincerely disappointing minutes.

Book Title: Cloud Atlas

Author:  David Mitchell

Published: 2004

Publisher:  Random House

Language: English

Pages: 509

Good reads rating:  4.02/5

About: The book comprises of six settled stories; each is perused or seen by a fundamental character of the following, in this manner, they advance in time through the focal 6th story. The initial five stories delayed at a significant minute. After the 6th story, the others are shut backward sequential requests, with the primary character perusing or watching the sequentially prior work in the chain.

Book Title: The Plot against America

Author:  Philip Roth

Published: September 2004

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin

Language: English

Pages: 400

Good reads rating:  3.75/5

About: The novel pursues the fortunes of the Roth family during the Lindbergh administration, as discrimination against Jews turns out to be progressively acknowledged in American life and Jewish-American families like the Roths are mistreated on different levels. As the gathering’s representative, he opposes U.S. intercession in World War II and transparently reprimands the “Jewish race” for attempting to drive U.S. association.

Book Title: Divided Kingdom

Author:  Rupert Thomson

Published: 2005

Publisher: Vintage Books

Language: English

Pages: 396

Good reads rating:  3.34/5

About: The story starts with Parry’s more youthful self-being whisked away from his bed and his family in the dead of night and stacked into a van busy with others in a similar circumstance. Following a brief span in the corridor, the four humors disclosed to the kids, Optimistic, Unemotional, Choleric, and Melancholic.

Book Title: Never Let Me Go

Author:  Kazuo Ishiguro

Published: 2005

Publisher: Faber and Faber

Language: English

Pages: 288

Good reads rating:  3.81/5

About: The story starts with Kathy H., who depicts herself as a profession, looking at taking care of organ contributors. The understudies’ specialty then shown in a presentation, and a woman referred to the understudies as Madame, who keeps their work in a display, picks the best workmanship.

Book Title: Armageddon’s Children

Author:  Terry Brooks

Published: 29 August 2006

Publisher: Del Rey Books

Language: English

Pages: 384

Good reads rating:  4.10/5

About: The world, presently assaulted by atomic war and plague, lies in remnants, invaded by Demons and different beasts, with the rest of the people constrained into firmly controlled fortification like mixes. He covertly observes Tessa, a young woman from the close-by compound at Safeco Field, however they prohibited being as one by compound law.

Book Title: The Book of Dave

Author:  Will Self

Published: 1 June 2006

Publisher: Viking Press

Language: English

Pages: 4995

Good reads rating:  3.56/5

About: The Book of Dave recounts to the narrative of an irate and rationally sick London cab driver named Dave Rudman, who composes and has imprinted on metal a book of his blustering’s against ladies and musings on authority rights for dads. The book shifts back and forth between Dave’s unique experience and that of things to come aficionados of the religion roused by his works.

Book Title: Day of the Oprichnik

Author: Vladimir Sorokin

Published: 2006

Publisher: Zakharov Books

Language: English

Pages: 224

Good reads rating:  3.69/5

About: The interpretation is set sooner rather than later, when the Tsardom of Russia has reestablished, and pursues an administration thug, an oprichnik, during a time of twisted occasions. Nevertheless, while Solzhenitsyn’s perfect work of art accidentally exhibited the profound effect that Soviet tropes had on its creator, Sorokin’s comic turn intentionally demonstrates how Soviet and even Old Muscovy attitudes endure.

Book Title: The Road

Author:  Cormac McCarthy

Published: September 26, 2006

Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf

Language: English

Pages: 287

Good reads rating:  3.96/5

About: A dad and his young child venture crosswise over dystopian America a few years after an eradication occasion. Their names are uncovered in the story. The land is secured with fiery remains and without life. The kid’s mom, pregnant with him at the season of the calamity, ended it all eventually before the story starts.

Book Title: Blind Faith

Author:  Ben Elton

Published: 5 November 2007

Publisher: Bantam Press

Language: English

Pages: 320

Good reads rating:  3.70/5

About: Trafford Sewell, the novel’s hero, embarks for work on an uncommon “Bubbly Coff” and, in the short separation, he needs to travel; he is stood up to by the various silly “tributes” to dead “kiddies”, enormous congestion, and abusive warmth that are run of the mill of his reality.

Book Title: Rant: An Oral Biography of Buster Casey

Author:  Chuck Palahniuk

Published: May 1, 2007

Publisher: Doubleday

Language: English

Pages: 319

Good reads rating:  3.81/5

About: All through the book, different individuals talk about their recollections of Buster and the world he lived in, showing stories in an occasionally clashing timetable. The sound of the unfortunate casualties spewing looks like “bluster,” which turns into a nearby equivalent word for “upchuck” and in this way Buster’s moniker. As a kid, Rant finds huge riches that turn the community’s economy on its head.

Book Title: A Nick Stone Mission

Author:  Andy McNab

Published: February 1998 

Publisher: Transworld Publishers

Language: English

Pages: 402

Good reads rating:  0.00/5

About: The series follows the character of Nick Stone, an ex-military man who recently worked for the SAS, British Intelligence, and an American organization. Stone currently functions as a paid soldier of fortune, willing to work in even the most troublesome conditions. In the wake of repurchasing the book rights, Timmerman reported that she would adjust the book Firewall, with the film being named Echelon.

Book Title: Nontraditional Love

Author:  Rafael Grugman

Published: 2008

Publisher: Liberty Publishing House, New York

Language: English

Pages: 239

Good reads rating:  4.00/5

About: The scene is the twenty-third century The USA. Nontraditional Love portrays a gay world wherein blended sex relational unions are taboo. The gay society is narrowing minded of protesters. The closeness between the genders has rejected. At the core of the novel is a romantic tale between a man and a woman who are compelled to shroud their sentiments and go as gay people.

Book Title: World Made by Hand

Author:  James Howard Kunstler

Published: 2008

Publisher: Atlantic Monthly Press

Language: English

Pages: 317

Good reads rating:  3.66/5

About: Described by Robert Earle, a neighborhood artisan who has lost his significant other and child, the novel spotlights on four separate “societies” that speak to the headings society could pursue a breakdown of current social standards. The natives of Union Grove are living on the last part of a national fiasco, with their locale gradually self-destructing from disregard and common rot.

Book Title: The City & the City 

Author:  China Miéville

Published: 15 May 2009

Publisher: Macmillan

Language: English

Pages: 312

Good reads rating:  3.91/5

About: An exact area isn’t affirmed, however, they are near the ocean as Besźel is noted as having created on a “twist of coastline” from “a port concealing a couple of kilometers up the stream to protect from the privateers of the shore.

Book Title: Shades of Grey: The Road to High Saffron

Author:  Jasper Fforde

Published: December 2009

Publisher: VikingAdult(US) Hodder & Stoughton (UK)

Language: English

Pages: 14

Good reads rating:  4.14/5

About: The laws set by Munsell, the alleged and adored originator of Chromatacia, represent all life. The guidelines go from reasonable, for example, prohibiting murder, to strange, for example, banning the assembling of spoons. The social chain of command of Chromatacia is characterized by the capacity to see shading, which is constrained in a great many people to differing degrees of one tone.

Book Title: The Windup Girl

Author:  Paolo Bacigalupi

Published: September 1, 2009

Publisher: Night Shade Books

Language: English

Pages: 361

Good reads rating:  3.75/5

About: The Windup Girl set in 23rd-century Thailand. A worldwide temperature alteration has raised the degrees of the world’s seas, carbon fuel sources have turned out to be drained, and physically wound springs are utilized as vitality stockpiling gadgets. Biotechnology is overwhelming and megacorporation’s like Agrigento, Purcell, and Redstart control nourishment generation through ‘gene hacked’ seeds.

Book Title: The Year of the Flood

Author:  Margaret Atwood

Published: September 2009

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart (Canada) Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)

Language: English

Pages: 448

Good reads rating:  4.06/5

About: The book around a religious group called the God’s Gardeners, a little network of overcomers of the equivalent organic disaster portrayed in Atwood’s prior novel Oryx and Crake. The previous novel contained a few brief references to the gathering. The pioneer of God’s Gardeners, Adam 1, is turned upward to as an alluring blessed man however seen by pariahs as a religion head.

Book Title: Z213: Exit

Author:  Dimitris Lyacos

Published: 2009

Publisher: Shoestring Press

Language: Greek

Pages: 101

Good reads rating:  4.33/5

About: Z213: Exit annihilates class limits and is a novella, a lyric, and a diary. In contradistinction to “real report” works, for example, If this is a Man by Primo Levi, the work embraces a method of oneiric authenticity whereby frightfulness is constrained underneath the outside of awareness just to develop again in new and progressively nightmarish structures.

Book Title: Collaborator

Author:  Murray Davies

Published: September, 2004

Publisher: Macmillan

Language: English

Pages: 432

Good reads rating:  4.15/5

About: The story starts in December 1940, with the arrival of Sergeant Nick Penny to his home in an anonymous West Country port town. A previous POW, he had been caught in the fallout of the effective German intrusion of Britain. Penny before long ends up drawn into the obstruction, spurred partially by the progressively expanding cruelty of German guidelines.

Book Title: Farthing

Author:  Jo Walton

Published: August 8, 2006

Publisher: Tor Books

Language: English

Pages: 320

Good reads rating:  3.81/5

About: The tale is set in 1949 of exchange history. Though the uniqueness point from genuine history is by all accounts Rudolf Hess’ trip to Scotland in May 1941, it is suggested in the novels spin-off happens that the basic distinction was the disappointment of the United States to give help to Britain in 1940.

Young adult fiction

Book Title: Mortal Engines

Author:  Philip Reeve

Published: 2001

Publisher: Scholastic

Language: English

Pages: 293

Good reads rating:  3.81/5

About: The book begins with the footing city of London pursuing and discovering a little mining town called Salt snare. Tom Natsworthy, a young Apprentice Historian sent to the “Gut” of London, where towns are stripped for assets after he avoids an errand. Like most Traction Cities, London based on a progression of levels.

Book Title: Noughts & Crosses

Author:  Malorie Blackman

Published: January 15th 2001

Publisher: Corgi Childrens 

Language: English

Pages: 479

Good reads rating:  4.23/5

About: The plan depicts an elective history in which African individuals had picked up an innovative and hierarchical favorable position over the European individuals, as opposed to the different way, having made Europeans their slaves. The arrangement happens in an option 21st-century Britain. During a period alone, Callum visits a hurt Sephy in the room where she is being held.

Book Title: The House of the Scorpion

Author:  Nancy Farmer

Published: 2002

Publisher: Athenaeum Books

Language: English

Pages: 380

Good reads rating:  4.10/5

About: The thought was initially from a short story that Farmer composed for a collection, however, she pulled back and chose to grow it in the wake of acknowledging it was excessively attached to her own life. The principle character Matteo, or Matt, Alarcon, is a youthful clone of a medication master of a similar name, for the most part, called “El Patron.”

Book Title: Among the Barons

Author:  Margaret Peterson Haddix

Published: June, 2003

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Language: English

Pages: 182

Good reads rating:  4.09/5

About: Things change when the Grants, a noticeable Baron family who gave the name of their child when he kicked the bucket in a ski mishap, choose to send the genuine Lee’s sibling, Smithfield Grant to the school and visit “Lee.” Smits is best by the demise of his sibling and tells Luke, the new Lee, his accounts of times he and the genuine Lee spent together.

Book Title: Among the Betrayed

Author:  Margaret Peterson Haddix

Published: June 1, 2002

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing

Language: English

Pages: 156

Good reads rating:  4.06/5

About: Elodie Luria had left a troubling however genuinely agreeable existence with her three aunties and grandma. After she began to look all starry eyed at Jason, a kid at Hendricks School for Boys, she was blamed for attempting to discover shadow kids in her school and was captured by the Population Police alongside Jason.

Book Title: The City of Ember

Author:  Jeanne DuPrau

Published: May 2003

Publisher: Yearling Books

Language: English

Pages: 270

Good reads rating:  3.86/5

About: As the book begins off an alliance of engineers, researchers, and specialists known as “The Builders” have gathered Ember, a detached city with provisions for its occupants to make due in any event 200 years, to evade an approaching fiasco. They toss a stone with guidelines secured to it to the city with the expectation that the general population of Ember will getaway.

Book Title: Among the Brave

Author:  Margaret Peterson Haddix

Published: April 27, 2004

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Language: English

Pages: 229

Good reads rating:  4.15/5

About: The fifth book begins off legitimately where the last book had finished, from the perspective of Trey, Luke’s companion from Hendricks’ School for Boys. Together, they find from a piece of private news organize that the legislature has been ousted and supplanted by the amazing Population Police. Crushed, Mrs. Talbot forsakes the house and leaves Trey to fight for him.

Book Title: The People of Sparks

Author:  Jeanne DuPrau

Published: May 25, 2004

Publisher: Random House/Yearling

Language: English

Pages: 338

Good reads rating:  3.66/5

About: The story continues after the clearing of Ember, an underground city, which has cut off from the surface for over 200 years. The pioneers of this town, Mary, Ben, and Wilmer, reluctantly consent to take in the outcasts for a half year, hypothetically long enough to instruct them to endure freely.

Book Title: Among the Enemy 

Author:  Margaret Peterson Haddix

Published: June 2005

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Language: English

Pages: 224

Good reads rating:  4.16/5

About: Matthias, Percy, and Alia, are presenting indeed. At Needler School, they are secured alongside numerous other kids and put in a truck to be taken, probably, to a work camp. The pair stay sequestered from everything for a few days before coming back to Mr. Hendricks’ home, where Matthias would like to apologize to Mr. Talbot for surrendering Mrs. Talbot in the backwoods where Percy and Alia died.

Book Title: Checkmate

Author:  Malorie Blackman

Published: 30 June 2005

Publisher: 511

Language: English

Pages: 511

Good reads rating:  4.18/5

About: The series depicts an elective history in which African individuals had picked up an innovative and hierarchical bit of leeway over the European individuals, instead of the different way, having made Europeans their slaves. Callie Rose battles with growing up as half-nothing and half-cross after she learns reality with regards to her nothing father’s life from her companion, Tobey, who calls her a fear-based oppressor’s girl. Jude takes Callie Rose to Kamal’s home.

Book Title: Uglies

Author:  Scott Westerfeld

Published: February 8th 2005

Publisher: Simon Pulse

Language: English

Pages: 425

Good reads rating:  3.86/5

About: After the activity, new Pretties cross the waterway that partitions the city and has another existence without any duties or commitments. There are two different tasks accessible, one to change Pretties into “Center Pretties” and another to change Middle-Pretties into “Disintegrates”. Count Youngblood is right around sixteen.

Book Title: Pretties

Author:  Scott Westerfeld

Published: May 5, 2005

Publisher: Simon Pulse

Language: English

Pages: 370

Good reads rating:  3.85/5

About: The book starts with Tally, the fundamental hero, as a Pretty discussing what to wear to a slam. While going to the slam at which she is to be cast a ballot into the “Crims” inner circle, she is trailed by somebody who has all the earmarks of being an “Exceptional”, an individual from Special Circumstances.

Book Title: Among the Free

Author:  Margaret Peterson Haddix

Published: April 2006

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Language: English

Pages: 194

Good reads rating:  4.14/5

About: Luke Garner is an illicit third tyke alongside Trey, Nina, Matthias, Percy, and Alia. He has been working from inside the Population Police at the stables with expectations of gradually ousting them and realizing the opportunity. Those residents understand their wrongs excessively late and discovered huge numbers of their relatives removed by the Population Police with nothing consequently.

Book Title: Genesis

Author:  Bernard Beckett

Published: 2005

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Language: English

Pages: 150

Good reads rating:  3.87/5

About: The whole of the novel comprises of Anaximander, another contender for The Academy, partaking in an overwhelming sound-related selection test. The Academy comprises of the most exclusive class in the public arena and assumes a persuasive job in the lives of all living on the island Republic. Adam Forde is the first to act against broad safety efforts.

Book Title: Life As We Knew It

Author:  Susan Beth Pfeffer

Published: October 1, 2006

Publisher: Harcourt Children’s Books

Language: English

Pages: 337

Good reads rating:  3.89/5

About: It is the principal book in The Last Survivors arrangement, trailed by The Dead and the Gone. 16-year-old Miranda has a typical life in Pennsylvania living with her mom and siblings. Her greatest stresses are over her evaluations and her tangled sentiments about getting to be back up the parent to her perspective brought into the world half-kin.

Book Title: Specials

Author:  Scott Westerfeld

Published: March 2006

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Language: English

Pages: 372

Good reads rating:  3.86/5

About: Specials are the third novel in the Uglies arrangement of books, prepared by the American writer Scott Westerfeld. The third novel in the Uglies arrangement starts two months after occasions in Pretties when Tally Youngblood has turned into an individual from a tip-top gathering of “Specials” – carefully upgraded super-people – called the Cutters.

Book Title: The Host

Author:  Stephenie Meyer

Published: May 6, 2008

Publisher: Little, Brown & Company

Language: English

Pages: 809

Good reads rating:  3.84/5

About: All Types of parasitic outsiders called “Spirits” have attacked Earth, considering the people too savage to think about deserving the planet. At the point when a Soul embedded into a host body, the awareness of the first proprietor deleted, leaving their recollections and information. Thusly, she would deny the Seeker’s capacity to get Melanie insane.

Book Title: Extras

Author:  Scott Westerfeld

Published: October 2, 2007

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Language: English

Pages: 417

Good reads rating:  3.59/5

About: Aya Fuse is a young woman living in the innovative city of Yokohama. One night, joined by her overcame Moogle, she drops in on a gathering in New Pretty Town wanting to find a gathering she saw surfing a mag-lev train, a story which she accepts will put her on the map. Before long, they need to make a trip through a wilderness to meet David.

Book Title: Incarceron

Author:  Catherine Fisher

Published: 3 May 2007

Publisher: Hodder Children’s Books

Language: English

Pages: 442

Good reads rating:  3.64/5

About: Catherine Fisher “needed to compose a book about a jail” and considered Incarceron, a robotized world constrained by a represented mechanical power. Incarceron is tremendous and grows through entire towns, woodlands, cells, and passageways. Change is not permitted which irritates numerous nobles and they plot against the Queen.

Book Title: Unwind

Author:  Neal Shusterman

Published: 2007

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Language: English

Pages: 335

Good reads rating:  4.18/5

About: Unwind up got positive surveys upon discharge, with acclaim concentrating on the novel’s vivid condition and sociological ramifications. It is additionally numerous honours from youthful grown-up writing experts. The confusion, which results, causes a transport conveying Risa to upset, furnishing her with the ideal chance to getaway. Risa, Connor, and Lev escape into the forested areas.

Book Title: The Dead and the Gone

Author:  Susan Beth Pfeffer

Published: May 4, 2008

Publisher: Harcourt Children’s Books

Language: English

Pages: 321

Good reads rating:  3.84/5

About: The Dead and the Gone pursues 17-year-old Alex Morales and his sisters, Briana and Julie, in their battle to get by after a space rock hits the moon and thumps it out of the circle, closer to Earth. He battles with his religious confidence while attempting frantically to endure.

Book Title: The Declaration

Author:  Gemma Malley

Published: 5 May 2008

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Language: English

Pages: 304

Good reads rating:  3.71/5

About: The Dead and the Gone pursues 17-year-old Alex Morales and his sisters, Briana and Julie, in their battle to get by after a space rock hits the moon and thumps it out of the circle, closer to Earth. He battles with his religious confidence while attempting frantically to endure.

Book Title: From the New World

Author:  Yusuke Kishi

Published: January 23, 2008 

Publisher: Kodansha

Language: English

Pages: 192

Good reads rating:  3.59/5

About: In this period, all people have groundbreaking clairvoyant capacities and carry on with an untainted life in agrarian towns. Notwithstanding, the youngsters are unconscious that the town government is observing and assessing understudies through the training framework. In light of these assessments, certain understudies are expelled from society due to reasons, for example, terrible showing or for swindling.

Book Title: Gone

Author:  Michael Grant

Published: 2008–2013

Publisher: HarperCollins

Language: English

Pages: 560

Good reads rating:  3.86/5

About: The town and encompassing territories become encase inside an invulnerable vitality hindrance, with a large number of its occupants creating extraordinary forces. Companions Sam Temple, Astrid Ellison, and Quinn Gaither set out to investigate the region until they find a boundary cutting the zone off from the outside world with a range focused at an atomic power plant situated outside of town.

Book Title: The Hunger Games

Author:  Suzanne Collins

Published: 2008–2010, 2020

Publisher: Scholastic

Language: English

Pages: 374

Good reads rating:  4.33/5

About: The books were all well welcomed. In August 2012, the arrangement positioned second, surpassed distinctly by the Harry Potter arrangement in NPR’s survey of the main 100 adolescent books, which requested that voters pick their preferred youthful grown-up books. The Hunger Games set of three has sold into 56 regions in 51 dialects to date.

Book Title: The Resistance

Author:  Gemma Malley

Published: 1 September 2008

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Language: English

Pages: 336

Good reads rating:  3.75/5

About: The book begins off with Peter sitting in a room conversing with an advisor. This should give the advisor a chance to perceive how he is jumping on in the outside world as a “Legitimate”. He tells the guide, he has consented to go work for his granddad, which makes Longevity drugs, which enables individuals to live until the end of time.

Book Title: Sapphique

Author:  Catherine Fisher

Published: 18 September 2008

Publisher: Hodder (UK) Dial Books (US)

Language: English

Pages: 480

Good reads rating:  3.70/5

About: The setting of Sapphique is partitioned between two primary areas: “The Realm”, a position of fake congruity, and “Incarceron”, a tiny jail that contains an immense world, all controlled and checked by man-made brainpower. They brought by the A.I. running Incarceron to go to an area that contains a humanoid shell for the A.I.

Book Title: Catching Fire

Author:  Suzanne Collins

Published: September 1, 2009

Publisher: Scholastic

Language: English

Pages: 391

Good reads rating:  4.26/5

About: Subsequent to winning the 74th Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark return home to District 12, the most unfortunate division of Panem. A half-year later, before Katniss and Peeta’s “Triumph Tour” of the nation, President Snow visits and discloses to Katniss that her broadcast demonstrations of disobedience in the past Games have roused insubordination among the locale.

Book Title: The Forest of Hands and Teeth 

Author:  Carrie Ryan

Published: March 10, 2009

Publisher: Random House

Language: English

Pages: 312

Good reads rating:  3.59/5

About: Mary lives in a town controlled by the Sisterhood and the Guardians. The town is encompassed by the wall; past the falsehoods just backwoods. There are just three different ways through the fence: entryways that open in ways that are themselves encased by fencing, removing those who have contaminated. Where the two ways lead, nobody knows, for the Sisterhood says the town is the main human home left on Earth.

Book Title: The Maze Runner 

Author:  James Dashner/

Published: Press  October 7, 2009

Publisher: Delacorte

Language: English

Pages: 375

Good reads rating:  4.02/5

About: Thomas awakens in a metal lift that carries him to a spot called the Glade. He has no memory of his identity or how he arrived. He progressively finds that two young men control the Glade: Alby, the pioneer, and Newt, the second in control, who both keep up the request by implementing basic yet compelling principles.

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