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- Award year: 2016
- Theme: Post-Apocalyptic: It's the End of the World As We Know It
- List: Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults
The 5th Wave
After surviving four waves of destruction, Cassie must trust a mysterious boy in order to rescue her brother and fight an invasion of murderous human lookalikes.
When the supervolcano underneath Yellowstone erupts, the weekend on his own that Alex had dreamed about suddenly becomes a nightmare. He must fight for his survival and a way to get back to his family while surviving the harsh landscape that now exists.
Blood Red Road
When Saba's beloved twin brother Lugh is kidnapped, she sets off into the ravaged wasteland of her post-apocalyptic world to save him.
The Carbon Diaries 2015
All of Great Britain is participating in carbon rationing because the world's resources are depleted, and one teen records her and her family's attempt to survive.
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown
Suspecting she may be going cold after surviving a vampire attack, Tana, her ex-boyfriend, and the enigmatic vampire Gavriel, head to the nearest Coldtown--the only place where the trio might be safe.
The Darkest Minds
After a mysterious disease strikes America's children, the few who survive are left with frightening and often deadly abilities and sent to “rehabilitation camps” for their own safety. But in the camps, safety is an illusion and sixteen year old Ruby needs to escape before her time runs out. Joining up with a ragtag group of kids led by the charming Liam, she searches for East River, a kid-run encampment that just might be her salvation – or not.
Falling in love is a criminal offense in Lena's world and she is anxious to get the Cure until she meets the handsome Alex. Together, they try to find a way out.
The Eleventh Plague
Stephen has grown up a salvager in an America ruined by war and plague. After his grandfather dies and his father is seriously injured, Stephen finds Settler's Landing – a distrusting community – and a defiant girl, Jenny, who may lead them into another fight they can't win.
From different worlds and pitted against each other, June and Day are obvious enemies. When sinister secrets about the Republic of America come to light, Day and June are also their own best allies in a search for the truth.
Not a Drop to Drink
Lynn is prepared to do whatever it takes to protect her pond from strangers and ensure her own survival in a world where water – and safety – are in short supply.
Climate change has destroyed the gulf coast and has caused horrible infections to spread. Fen and Daniel fight to save the life of a baby and maybe even themselves.
Rot & Ruin
Benny and Tom Imura are brothers who don't really get along in a zombified world until catastrophic events help Benny understand his brother better.
It's The Bachelorette meets The Hunger Games. In the future, the United States may not exist but America, a teenage girl does and she's one of thirty-five girls vying for Prince Maxon's heart and the future title of Queen in The Selection.
Four teenagers escape the horrific fate of having their brains transplanted into war creatures and attempt to survive the Overlord's war schemes under the supervision of Shade, a hologram.
In a futuristic world, teenaged Nailer scavenges copper wiring from grounded oil tankers for a living, but when he finds a beached clipper ship with a girl in the wreckage, he has to decide if he should strip the ship for its wealth or rescue the girl.
The Summer Prince
In a future society that is gender and sex fluid, June and her friend Gil fall for artist Enki, who is elected the Summer King, a position that lasts one year before he is ritually sacrificed. Outside of the love triangle, June and Enki use their love of art to thwart the government's tightening power over technology.
In the future United Commonwealth, a college education is not an easy feat to achieve. Malencia has succeeded in passing the first test of the process, but that only guarantees a spot in The Testing. With warnings from her father, who survived his own testing many years ago, she travels to Tosu City, where survival is not promised.
In the future, only the beautiful are valued, the ugly are worthless, and all uglies want to be made beautiful. That is what Tally wants, until she discovers some of the truths about becoming beautiful and begins to question her life.
In the future Rhine lives in, women have a lifespan of twenty years and men of twenty-five. In a place where no one knows who to trust and secrets are all around her, Rhine plans for her escape.