The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins--Uh duh, need I even begin to explain my love and adoration that is Katniss freakin' Everdeen
Divergent by Veronica Roth--Tris is kickass. Four is swoony to the max. And they base their lives on weapons and tattoos and if they have a Divergent University they would be majoring in Badass Studies.
Legend by Marie Lu--OMG JUNE AND DAY and how freaking amazing they are! They are so totally kickass and brilliant and their story is amazing if you have not read it, get on that! (Review)
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi--Dystopian world with crazy electrical storms and the fight to break out of stereotypes. Love love love.
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood--The whole idea of a society so hard up that it has to debase women the way it does...messed up to the maximum and I loved every minute.
Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi--Could be argued as paranormal but the first book is definitely on the dystopia genre so I'm wrapping Juliette, Warner, Adam, and Kenji up and giving them all my love with this genre and pick. (Review)
The Giver by Lois Lowry--This is the book that started it all...I read it for the first time in fourth grade and was legit changed by the epicness that is this book. I think everyone should read this because it is seriously perfect to me.
Delirium by Lauren Oliver--This book...THIS BOOK. Love is a disease?! Not only is the concept BRILLIANT all the feels involved deem me to mark this as a soul-ripper. (Review)
The Maze Runner by James Dashner--I love the mystery that constantly surrounds the world Thomas and the gang live in. The fast-paced writing had me absolutely obsessed while reading so much so that I actually got a number of family members to ACTUALLY READ THE BOOKS I RECOMMEND.
Enclave by Ann Aguirre--An unknown element forces all of humanity to live underground like beasts and people rarely live past their 20s...uh, hello amazing!
Birthmarked by Caragh O'Brien--I cannot even being to tell you my love for this series. Gaia is scarred and Leon is a man to be reckoned with. As I type this I think I need a complete re-read of this series...read these for the love of literature. (Review)
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro--This book is scary as all hell because it is the most likely dystopian that I have ever read. With scientific advancement the way it is, it is not hard to imagine this world coming to life in a few decades. Sad but true.
So tell me. Are these YOUR favorite dystopians?