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11 Books To Cure Your Divergent Withdrawal

Already read the Divergent trilogy and looking to quench your thirst for high-stakes, high-concept YA adventure series? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back.

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If you’re looking for: An apocalyptic adventure in which family secrets are brought to light.

Try: Scan by Walter Jury and Sarah Fine

Bonus points: One of the authors of this book was a producer on the Divergent movie! Scan comes out 5/1.

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If you’re looking for: A seemingly average girl who finds the courage she never knew she had while fighting to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.

Try: Angelfall by Susan Ee

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If you’re looking for: A peek inside the minds of male and female protagonists as they fight to transform a corrupt and dangerous world—all while falling deeply in love.

Try: The Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu

If you’re looking for: A dark dystopia where secrets are kept hidden with danger and fear.

Try: The Maze Runner by James Dashner

Bonus points: A movie adaptation is slated for September 2014! Check out the trailer.

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If you’re looking for: A forbidden romance between a strong young heroine and her sexy, (slightly) older instructor.

Try: Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Bonus points: A movie adaptation of Vampire Academy released in February 2014! Check out the trailer.

If you’re looking for: An outsider heroine struggling to survive in a world on the brink of collapse.

Try: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

Bonus points: A movie adaptation already has a screenwriter and a director, and is in the casting stages! Book 2, The Infinite Sea, comes out this fall!

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