10 books to read after the 'Hunger Games' trilogy
So you are officially addicted to the "Hunger Games" trilogy. Now what? Check out this list of 10 recommended reads to ease your withdrawal.
2. "Matched," by Ally Condie
Take the "Hunger Games" love triangle and place it against the dystopian society of Huxley's "Brave New World" and you get "Matched." All her life Cassia has naively accepted her seemingly perfect society. Every aspect of her life is decided for her, what to read and to think, right down to her partner. When she is matched with her closest friend, Xander, she can't stop thinking about the mysterious Ky Markham, whose face appeared on the match screen for a split second before being replaced with Xander's face. Although she is told that his appearance on the screen was a mistake, she is falling in love with him anyway. Cassia begins to question the Society for the first time in her life. Now she must make the hardest choice she has ever had to make: Will she choose Xander or Ky? And will she accept the life Society has given her – or choose a different path that may shatter everything she has?