If you are a fan of the young adult fiction genre, I am sure you have read the Divergent series. It is easy to fall in love with the Divergent series. If you can relate then this article is for you. In this article, we are going to read about 9 Books Recommended for People Who Liked Divergent. And, if you haven’t read the Divergent series yet, I don’t know what you are waiting for, go and read it first before reading books recommended for fans of Divergent.
9 Books Recommended for People Who Liked Divergent
The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken
It was Ruby’s tenth birthday and something had changed. Something so alarming that her parents had to lock her up and call the cops. Something so startling that she gets sent to the rehabilitation camp of Thurmond. Ruby might have survived the lethal disease that has killed most of the children in America. However, now she and others have emerged with something they cannot control. Ruby is sixteen now, and even more dangerous. She is on the run to find a safe place for kids like her – East River.
Pawn by Aimee Carter
Kitty Doe has two simple options. One, she can spend her life as a III, looked upon by the higher ranks, and leave her loved ones. Or, she can become a VII and join the most powerful family in the nation. If Kitty agrees then she will be surgically altered into Lila Hart, niece of the Prime Minister who died under enigmatic circumstances. She will be popular, adored, and valued for the first time in her life. There’s only one catch, Kitty as Lila needs to stop the rebellion that Lila fostered and she believes in.
Legend by Marie Lu
The Western United States is now home to the Republic, a country continually at war with its neighbors. 15-year-old June was born into an elite family in one of the Republic’s most affluent districts. She is a prodigy being groomed for victory in the highest military circles of the Republic. Day, a 15-year-old, born into the slums is the nation’s most wanted criminal however his motives are not malicious as they seem. They have no reason to cross paths, but they will, and the narrative will turn into something more fascinating.
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
The once-great nation Ravka is now divided into two by the Shadow Fold, Now the fate of it lies on the shoulders of one lone refugee – Alina Starkov. She has never been perfect at anything. However, when her regiment gets under attack and her best friend is brutally wounded, Alina discloses a latent power that saves his life. This power could save her war-ravaged country and make it free. She has been whisked away to the royal court to be trained as a part of the magical elite Grisha led by the enigmatic Darkling.
Matched by Ally Condie
In society, it is the officials who decide everything – where you work, who you fall in love with, and even when you die. Cassia has always trusted the choices of the officials. So when her best friend appears on the screen as the person she should love, she knows that he is the one until she sees a different face right before the screen turns black. Now Cassia is face to face with an impossible choice between Ky and Xander, between passion and perfection.
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
Aria is familiar with a protected life in the dome of Reverie. Her world has no hope and she has never thought about dreaming about what lies beyond those doors. So when her mother disappears she knows that the chances of her surviving in the outside world are quite slim. Then Aria meets Perry. Perry is wild and also looking for someone, He is the best hope for Aria to stay alive in this unknown world.
Life As We Knew it by Susan Beth Pfeffer
Miranda’s life turns upside down when a meteor knocks the moon closer to the earth. How should her family get ready for the future when the tsunamis have wiped out the coasts, volcanic ashes have blocked out the sun, and the earthquakes rock the continents? As summer turns to Arctic winter, Miranda along with her mother and two brothers retreat to the unexpected safe haven of their sunroom. They subsist on the stocked food and limited amount of water in the warmth of a wood-burning stove.
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
Grace has known the yellow-eyed wolf behind her house for years. She can’t live without that chilling presence of the wolf in the woods. In the meantime, Sam, the wolf has lived two lives. During the winter in the frozen woods under the protection of his pack and the non-spoken company of Grace; and the other one during summer, a few months as a human. Now, Grace meets a yellow-eyed boy and his familiarity takes her breath away. She knows it’s her wolf. However, the winter is arriving and Sam must fight to stay human or risk the loss of Grace.
Skylark by Meagan Spooner
For two hundred years the city has carried on the vast domed barrier of energy by yielding its children’s innate magical power when they reach adolescence. When it was Lark Ainsley’s turn to go through the same, she finds herself in a frightening web of experiments and learns that she can regenerate her power after they take it. She needs to free herself from the only familiar place she knows and finds a place for herself where she belongs.
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Books Recommended for People Who Liked Divergent