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Any teen dystopian book recommendations?

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I love teen dystopian novels. Does anyone have any ideas? I like Hunger Games, The Testing, Divergent, The Mortal Instruments, and many more. I personally don't care if it has swearing and romantic scenes, just please appropriate titles because its CP ofc :d
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legend by marie lu

you might like it, its 3 books, (im still on book 2 and havent finished whoops) but its actually pretty good. you can always read a sample if you want, i dont remember much of the summary but im sure if u research it you'll find something lol
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The Giver, City of Ember, The Forest of Hands and Teeth, Rot & Ruin, Animal Farm, Lord of the Flies

The last two are more sophisticated and have a lot of connections that mirror actual events in history. The first three are pretty easy reads, and are good for younger teens.
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Carve the Mark is by Veronica Roth so you may like it. The Finisher is really good also. =)
Have you ever tried to open a door while walking into the room at the same time and epically failed and just walked straight into the door because the doorknob didn't open? Yeah, me too.
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The Maze Runner maybe? those are good
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Thanks guys! I can read all books, however hard, I just like teen dystopian. Dont worry if it is kinda over teen level :)
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I read the City of Ember and the Giver both in the fourth grade 😂 😂 LethalCalm
Have you ever tried to open a door while walking into the room at the same time and epically failed and just walked straight into the door because the doorknob didn't open? Yeah, me too.
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not to say they arent good- i loved them both
Have you ever tried to open a door while walking into the room at the same time and epically failed and just walked straight into the door because the doorknob didn't open? Yeah, me too.
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why did you summon lethal?
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Firstly, it is difficult to recommend a book without knowing the age and ability of the reader. That is why I suggested a range.

If you want adult level books I recommend Animal Farm, Lord of the Flies, or if you don't scare easily, try The Road by Cormac McCarthy.

I enjoyed The Stand by Stephen King as well as Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell. The latter is more challenging.

I have taught a lot of books to students who read at a variety of levels. I was just trying to help. I am sorry if some of the books I suggested were so beneath some of your reading abilities. My sincerest apologies. :roll:
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