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Article in Young Adult Fiction and Adventure categories.

Try these new(ish) sci-fi titles for teens!


Since Global Warming deteriorated the Earth, Nailer is forced to collect scrap metal from abandoned oil tankards to make his living. But when he chooses to rescue a young woman from a shipwreck instead of stripping its wealth, he winds up on a dangerous adventure that will change his life.

Can Mara lead her people from the the floods of their homeland to the unknown sky cities?

A young thief stumbles upon a government agency which spies on terrorists through out of body experiences.

Emmerson was a bookworm who knew nothing about fashion. Guess whose body she gets in a whole-body transplant? Only the world's most famous teen supermodel.

Rigg has an unusual power: the ability to see the pasts of people and animals around him. When his father mysteriously dies, he finds himself on a quest to discover the truth about his family and maybe save his planet.

Katniss is chosen for the yearly televised gladiator struggle to the death. Can she survive and overthrow the dictatorship?

Cassia is excited to receive her government-assigned marriage Match. But when a glitch in the system assigns shows her two potential matches—her best friend, Xander, and the social outcast, Ky, she begins to doubt the perfect wisdom of the Society.

High school hacker Marcus turns his free gaming system into X-net to fight the excesses of Homeland Security after the bombing of the Bay Bridge.

Tack is torn between joining the students in the Truancy against the super-controlling Mayor, but a Truant kills someone he loves. The author wrote this when he was 15.

Earth Mother is the corporation that makes everything perfect on Honor's island, but it also took away her trouble-maker parents. Can two teens overthrow it?

  • Gone by Michael Grant

Everyone over 14 has disappeared and now it's public school kids v. private school, regular v. supernatural.

  • Rash by Pete Hautman

Bo's accused of spreading a rash at school and sent to a work in a pizza factory in the tundra. His computer program, Bork, wants to free him, but can Bork be trusted? And does Bo want to go back to his highly-regulated old life?

Children aren't needed when no one dies, but Anna's parents broke the rules. Should she break out of her dorm/prison and find them or keep her head down?

The Noise germ caused all the men and boys to hear each other's thoughts and killed all the women and children. So what is Todd to make of Viola and the secrets his town holds?

When Jenna wakes up from a coma, she's not sure if the memories coming back are really hers. Are synthetic bodies and brains really possible?

Miranda's journal describes how her family and town comes together and fall apart when the moon falls out of orbit and life as she knew it ends.

A hilarious steampunk adventure with a traveling house, disguised aliens, a plot to kill the universe and a mom who is the universe.

Teens Connor, Ris, and Lev are traveling the country so they aren't unwound, having the body parts used by others.

251 teens are blasted into space after all the adults on earth are killed by comet dust but one stowaway could spell the end of the human race.

Lia is transplanted into a mechanical body.

Phoebe's just goth, but the new kids are "living impaired." Can't they all get along?

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