Why not try some other amazing dystopian novels while you wait with bated breath for the 23rd:
From the creator of The Land of Elyon, Patrick Carman comes a riveting adventure The Atherton Series set in an extraordinary satellite world – created as a refuge from a dying Earth – that begins to collapse and forever change the lives of its inhabitants!
Set in 2099, Exodus by Julie Bertanga is themed around the consequences of global warming where Mara, her family, and her community realize that they are asylum-seekers in a world torn between high-tech wizardry and the most primitive injustice. To save her people, Mara must not only find a way into the city but also search for a new land and a new home.
Many hundreds of years ago, The City of Ember , written by Jeanne DuPrau, was created by the Builders to contain everything needed for human survival. It worked – but now the storerooms are almost out of food, crops are blighted, corruption is spreading through the city and worst of all – the lights are failing.
The Declaration, by Gemma Malley, is a powerful futuristic 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 novel for teens.
The Knife Letting Go is the first novel in the The Chaos Walking Series by Patrick Ness. Imagine you’re the only boy in a town of men. And you can hear everything they think. And they can hear everything you think. Imagine you don’t fit in with their plans…Todd Hewitt is just one month away from the birthday that will make him a man. But his town has been keeping secrets from him. Secrets that are going to force him to run…