From March 20th to April 3rd, over 70 authors come together to give away hundreds of books. The YA Spring Fling is an opportunity for readers to find new books, new authors and take part in something very special. Here is a sneak peek of some of the books involved in the giveaway.
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LIST OF DYSTOPIAN BOOKS ON OFFER:
Strikers by Ann Christy
One hundred and twelve years after the fall, the Republic of Texas is built on two foundations: total freedom and total responsibility. A law broken means a strike against the lawbreaker. Five strikes means execution. The only hope for the law breaker is to escape Texas—to go Striker—before justice comes for them. Now, it’s Karas and friends who must Strike or die.
Bristles by Donna Callea
Humiliated, subjugated and dubbed Bristles by her stepmother, Bryssa yearns to be free. But fleeing the dystopian city-state of Erba to seek her late mother’s magical homeland means leaving behind the boy who loves her, bristles and all. And returning means putting everything she’s gained at risk.
Outage by Ellisa Barr
After a terrorist attack destroys the U.S.’s power and communication grids, 15-year-old Dee must learn to survive despite disease, lawlessness, and the end of the world as she knows it. Written for all fans who love apocalypse stories, Outage mixes useful survival tips with an action-packed story.
Meritropolis by Joel Ohman
In Meritropolis everyone is assigned a numerical Score that decides their worth to society and whether they live or die. After a young boy is killed because of a low Score, his brother plots to take down the System.
The Breeders by Katie French
Sixteen-year-old Riley Meemick is one of the world’s last free girls. When Riley was born, her mother escaped the Breeders, the group of doctors using cruel experiments to bolster the dwindling human race. Now they’re hunting Riley.
Helia’s Shadow by KC Neal
When the aliens arrived, they were hailed as the saviors of a dying Earth and dwindling human race. But the aliens didn’t come to help. Now, one human girl’s ingenious invention and one alien boy’s awakened heart are humanity’s last hope.
Daynight by Megan Thomason
Meet The Second Chance Institute: Earth’s benevolent non-profit by day, Thera’s totalitarian regime by night. Optioned for film; award-winning, bestseller. “Sure to win over YA readers looking for a dangerous, dystopian adventure story.”–Kirkus Reviews
Contributor, Infiltrator and Instigator by Nicole Ciacchella
When 17-year-old Dara learns she’s been chosen for an elite apprenticeship, she’s thrilled at the chance to prove herself. Until she realizes a horrible truth: once you’ve outlived your usefulness as a Contributor, you’re discarded.
The Blemished: Complete Boxed Set by Sarah Dalton
A beautiful world comes at a price…
The Blemished is a frightening take on a fractured future where the Genetic Enhancement Ministry have taken control of Britain. It will take you on a ride filled with adventure, romance and rebellion.
Night of the Purple Moon by Scott Cramer
Abby is looking forward to watching the moon turn purple, unaware that bacteria from a passing comet will soon kill off older teens and adults. She must help her brother and baby sister survive in this new world, but all the while she has a ticking time bomb inside of her–adolescence.
Outside by Shalini Boland
A post-apocalyptic romance thriller.
The world of the future is divided by Perimeters: high-security gated communities where life goes on as normal. If you’re inside you’re lucky, if you’re outside life expectancy takes a nose dive.
The City Center by Simone Pond
Book one kicks off Ava’s journey as she fights for independence from her nemesis, Chief Morray, the tyrannical leader of multiple city centers that breed and control human life.
The Plantation Series: Books 1-3 by Stella Samiotou Fitzsimmons
In a world come to an end, one girl and one ragtag group of teen slaves find each other in the dark woods. They plan to make a stand.
The Engine Driver by Tracy Marchini
Sixteen-year-old Brig has never been allowed to hear a sad song in her entire life.
Like everyone else in her community, the personal Playlist Treatment Plan that plays in her head is designed to control her emotions – from when she’s happy or sad, to when she falls in love. But for Brig, who suffers from depression, a song in a minor key will never be played.
When her friend, Annaby, is chosen to go to Musician’s School and is given a Permit to Carry a musical instrument, Brig knows that she has just this one chance to hear a sad song, a love song – or a song that matches what her depression feels like, instead of what her feelings should be.
The Torturer’s Daughter by Zoe Cannon
Becca has never questioned what she’s learned in Citizenship class: dissidents want to tear the country apart, and people like her mother are the only thing keeping them at bay. Until her mother executes Becca’s best friend’s parents as dissidents, and Becca learns a secret that changes everything….
Qualify: The Atlantis Grail, Book One by Vera Nazarian
In 2047 an asteroid is hurtling toward Earth, and the descendants of ancient Atlantis have returned from the stars to offer humanity help. But they can only save a tiny percent of Earth’s teen population. To be chosen, you must Qualify, or you die. Sixteen-year-old Gwen Lark is a klutzy nerd but determined to Qualify and rescue her entire family by competing in the brutal Games of the Atlantis Grail — against impossible global competition—including sexy Logan Sangre. A high-octane dystopian SF teen adventure.