Then check out the Christian Science Monitor article titled 10 books to read after the 'Hunger Games' trilogy by Elizabeth Drake. Drake writes in her article:
So you’ve finished the "Hunger Games" trilogy and you are now officially addicted to dystopian novels with strong female heroines and absorbing plots. You need something to fill that hole pronto, and it had better be an action-packed story about teens in a dystopian society who must rely on their intelligence, courage, and friendships in order to survive as they fight menacing and oppressive social systems. Fear not, there are an increasing number of young adult books that fill that bill more or less precisely. Here's our list of the 10 books most highly recommended to ease "Hunger Games" withdrawal.Until my next post happy reading!!