Fractured Worlds: Ten YA Dystopian Novels
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Get ready for 10 haunting glimpses into the future with this riveting collection of dystopian novels by some of the hottest new talent in the genre. From low-tech to high, from apocalyptic to idealistic, and with more action and romance than you can shake a stick at, Fractured Worlds is guaranteed to have something for just about every dystopian fan. But you'll want to grab your copy now! More
Get ready for 10 haunting glimpses into the future with this riveting collection of dystopian novels by some of the hottest new talent in the genre. From low-tech to high, from apocalyptic to idealistic, and with more action and romance than you can shake a stick at, Fractured Worlds is guaranteed to have something for just about every dystopian fan. But you'll want to grab your copy now—this bundle of books is available for a very limited time!
The Society by Dean Murray
Skye is part of the Society, the hi-tech, nanite-endowed group responsible for making sure that the millions of surviving people—grubbers—are confined to the ancient, decaying cities where they can be watched to ensure they aren't redeveloping the weapons technology that came so close to extinguishing life on the planet.
When the Society's monitoring programs pick up troubling developments in one of the grubber cities, Skye is ordered in to deal with the man responsible, but what—and who—she finds once she arrives will change everything.
Cerulean by Anna Kyss
Chey's ancestors moved into their ocean refuge to protect themselves; instead, the waters have slowly taken her people, one-by-one. Chey's attempts to survive ultimately lead to a forbidden encounter with a kind outsider, Jesse. The only problem? His existence shouldn’t be possible.
The McCall Initiative by Lisa Nowak
In 2063, climate change has devastated the US and forced the Pacific Northwest to secede. Now Cascadian citizens are disappearing as rich Americans buy their way past the closed border. When Piper’s family vanishes, she vows to save them—even if she has to start a revolution to do it.
Blemished by Sarah Dalton
Below average and imperfect in a world of stunning clones, Mina Hart is denied an education, a normal life, and a child — but when she meets a new friend's mysterious brother, she finds herself willing to share a dangerous secret...
Gone by Christine Kersey
When 16-year-old Morgan finds herself in a parallel world where it's illegal to be overweight, she struggles to find her way home before she becomes trapped there forever.
Romy by Nirina Stone
In the year 2250, life in Apex is built on classification systems. The rich Prospo live a lavish life in skyscrapers. Poor Citizens live underground and Soren terrorists are a threat that no one wants to contend with, least of all young, healthy women that are used solely for breeding. Women like Romy.
Escape by Inna Hardison
Meet Amelia, raised in the safety of a Replenisher compound, a protectorate for the few Alliance females who can bear children. In two months, she is supposed to choose a mate and begin her duties, except it doesn't happen that way.
Lush by S.L. Baum
Bluebell has spent the last twelve years of her life at Training Tech, the government-run boarding school all children are required to attend. Now she's 17, and fully prepared for Incorporation; a time when females & males are allowed to mingle again, for the first time since they were toddlers. It is also the day she must endure Citizen Branding - the mandatory searing of a mark into her flesh.
Tainted by Alexandra Moody
Elle Winters lives in a fallout shelter plagued by chilling secrets and mysterious disappearances. She would never dare to voice the forbidden questions that linger on her lips. But, when the wrong person is taken she will risk everything to uncover the truth. Will she find what she's looking for or are some secrets better left buried deep underground?
Outside by Shalini Boland
A pulse-pounding dystopian tale set in post-apocalyptic Britain: Riley has always wondered what lies beyond the high-security perimeters of her community. But when tragedy forces her into the outside world, she can’t believe what awaits her.