Dystopian

Red Rising by Pierce Brown

Darrow lives a hard life as a Red, the lowest caste in his society. He works as a HellDiver in underground mines hoping to make Mars habitable for future generations. Through a tragic event, Darrow finds out that he is a slave and that Mars has been livable for hundreds of years. He and his people live below the surface of Mars and are slaves to a society ruled by the Golds. With the help from members of an underground rebellion, Darrow sacrifices everything to seek justice for the enslaved Reds. Brutal and violent, Red Rising is like Hunger Games on steroids.

The Young Elites by Marie Lu

This first book in a new series from the author of the Legend trilogy is an imaginative dystopian thriller. Years after a blood plague devastated the population of Kenettra, killing every adult and many of the children with the sickness, the surviving children and teenagers are known as malfettos. All of the malfettos carry scars from their illness, and some emerged with unusual powers.

Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

A decade ago, a mysterious event known as the Calamity transformed ordinary people into powerful beings with incredible powers and abilities. Known as Epics, these corrupt superheroes have subjugated humanity and taken over the world. As a child, David watched as his father was killed by an Epic. Now, ten years later, he joins the Reckoners, who are trying to eliminate the Epics and end their tyrannical rule. 

Call Number: Teen Fiction SANDERSON, B.

Wool Omnibus by Hugh Howey

The outside is toxic and deadly; for generations, humankind has been confined to a massive underground silo.  Everyone must serve a purpose and is tightly regulated to make sure nothing goes to waste.  Step outside of the law, and you are sentenced to death by “cleaning”— sent outside with a suit designed to keep you alive only long enough to clean the exterior landscape cameras. 

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