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The Maze Runner by James Dashner.
A teenage boy, Thomas, wakes up in a giant maze with no idea how he got there or who all the boys around him are. He can’t remember who is family is or anything about himself, except for his first name.
Once a month for two years, a new boy has shown up in the maze and joined the strange society that has developed there – but then a girl appears, and Thomas feels like he somehow knows her from somewhere…
Even as the Maze seems to prove itself more unsolvable with each passing day, Thomas is determined to become a Runner and find a way out – even if it means risking death for all of them.
The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan.
It’s been generations since the world was taken over by the “Unconsecrated” – the living dead that inhabit the Forest outside of Mary’s village. Her father has already been taken, and when her mother follows in his footsteps, Mary is left with only the Sisterhood to turn to.
Now, she’s learning things she never wanted to know about the Sisterhood and its secrets, and the village Guardians’ power. And when the fence around the village is breached and her world is thrown into chaos, she learns even more about the Unconsecrated and their relentlessness.
Now she must make a decision that will affect her future forever… Could there be life outside the walls of the village? Is there anything beyond the forest?
Incarceron by Catherine Fisher.
Claudia, daughter of the Warden of Incarceron, is trapped outside the prison by a society that forbids change. She lives in a 17th century world even though it is centuries later. Betrothed to a man she cannot stand,
Claudia must find a way out of the marriage.
Neither knows the other exists… until they each find a crystal key that allows them to communicate. And when Claudia discovers that Incarceron – a prison so massive it houses forests, cities, and seems to have no end – is not the paradise it was supposed to be, she is determined to rescue her new friend Finn – but she has to find the prison first.
By Anne Riley
Now I haven’t read these yet, but I want to. I’ll be entering the contest. Get thee over there and enter too! And while you’re at it, become a follower of her blog. Just ’cause I said so. Well, that and it’s a great blog.