4 Young Adult Books You'll Love

4 Young Adult Book Trilogies You'll Love

4 Young Adult Book Trilogies You'll Love

Although the young adult genre gives the impression that they only cater to teens, YA books are perfect for all ages. But this summer treat yourself to not just one good book, but three! Trilogies are the perfect way to feed your hunger for more time with your favorite characters. Here are four YA trilogies that you absolutely must read!

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1.The Hunger Games Trilogy

You’ve more than likely seen the movies, so why not read the books? The Hunger Games Trilogy is set in a dystopian universe where the country is split into 12 districts and every year a child from each district is chosen to fight to the death in the games.

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2. The Divergent Trilogy

This trilogy also has a movie adaptation, but the books are also worth reading. The Divergent Trilogy is set in a society that defines its citizens by a single personality trait (or “factions” as they call them). Those who identify with more than one trait are a threat to the society, as the main character, Tris, finds out.

3. The Curse Workers Trilogy

Curse workers are people who can alter your emotions, memories, or luck by a simple touch. Follow the story of a boy who is the only normal child of a family of curse workers as he uncovers the secrets and mysteries around him.

4. The Chaos Walking Trilogy

This trilogy is set in a dystopian world where there are only men, and all living creatures can hear each other’s thoughts through images, words, and sound. The trilogy focuses on a young boy who discovers that there is more to this existence than he knew before.

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