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  • Dystopian novels are the current sensation in many young adult books (). In addition to the very popular , here are several other dystopian novels and series for teens that include strong heroes and heroines battling tyrannical governments and grim futures. Check out this list of dystopian novels for teens.

    I'll probably get around to reading all of those books, but which of those books is THE BEST (I want to get a good book for class). Or, would you suggest a different dystopian novel for teens?

  • Since 2000, dystopian novels for teens have retained the dismal, dark setting, but the nature of the characters has changed. Characters are no longer passive and powerless citizens, but teens who are empowered, fearless, strong, and determined to find a way to survive and face their fears. Major characters have influential personalities that oppressive governments attempt to control, but cannot.

    Set in a future dystopian view of Britain. This powerful drama about a world in which human life has a transformed value, and ageing has long since lost its finality. Charismatic characters, action-driven plot and sublime writing combine to make this an unputdownable dystopian novel for teens.

  • Since 2000, dystopian novels for teens have retained the dismal, dark setting, but the nature of the characters has changed. Characters are no longer passive and powerless citizens, but teens who are empowered, fearless, strong, and determined to find a way to survive and face their fears. Major characters have influential personalities that oppressive governments attempt to control, but cannot.

I am a huge fan of a dystopian novel