Gone by Michael Grant: This book is a part of the Gone series, which is my absolute favorite book series ever. What if all of the adults or anyone over fifteen vanished? Gone tells about how these children struggle to survive in this new, different world.
The Maze Runner by James Dashner: Just to let you know I've done a book blog on this book as well. See below. The Maze Runner is about Thomas, who is sent to a place called the Glade which is completely surrounded by a maze. The only hope for him to return home is to find a solution to the maze.
Cleopatra's Moon by Vicky Alvear Shecter: Usually I am not a fan of historical fiction, but I really enjoyed this book. Cleopatra's Moon is about the life of Cleopatra Selene, the daughter of the great Cleopatra and Mark Antony, and how she must adjust to a life when the Roman general Octavianus has taken over her beloved country of Egypt.
Across Five Aprils by Irene Hunt: This book is also historical fiction. Across Five Aprils tells how the Civil War seperated families and communities throughout the country. It is mainly about Jethro Creighton and his family, who is slowly growing up during the years of the war.
The Scorch Trials by James Dashner: This book is the sequel to The Maze Runner. It mainly tells about the life of Thomas, who has escaped the Maze. Now the evil organization that trapped him in the Glade (WICKED) want him, along with the other Gladers who managed to survive, to cross the Scorch, which is the most burned-out area in the world and reach the safe haven.
Hunger by Michael Grant: After living without adults for three months, the children in the FAYZ are growing more and more hungry. Food is quickly running out, children and animals are developing strange, supernatural powers, and a creature called the Darkness wants to take control of the whole FAYZ.