12. Blood Red Road by Moira Young The story was amazing and I loved how adventurous Saba was. There is so much to explore in this world and I'm sure we'll get even more in Rebel Hearts.
11. Beauty Queens by Libba Bray This is the only contemporary that made my list... and with good reasons. It was absolutely hilarious and the writing was exceptional. The characters were really fun to read about as well. It was just so funny!!
10. Delirium by Lauren Oliver I loved this world that Oliver created. I can't wait to read Pandemonium because I've heard that it's even BETTER.
9. Matched by Ally Condie The Society is really fun to learn about and Cassia, Ky, and Xander are really interesting characters. I'm super sad to see this amazing series end.
8. Across the Universe by Beth Revis I loved the setting of this book: on a space ship in outer space. It was like a futuristic mystery with great characters and an even greater love interest.
7. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin This book was fantastic. The unreliable protagonist just made it even better. Plus Mr. Shaw was great because he's British!
6. The Forsaken by Lisa M. Stasse The island that Alenna was forced onto was really interesting. There was so much lurking on the island that it reminded me of three of my favorite books: The Maze Runner by James Dashner, Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I highly recommend it.
5. The Death Cure by James Dashner Though this was the last book in the series, it is probably my favorite. There were so many unanswered questions in the end that it made me love the novel even more. I still imagine what happened after the ending.
4. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi I absolutely loved the world building in this novel. We got the full story of how it got to be the way it is, which I greatly appreciate. The characters were amazing as well and I loved how they developed powers over time.
3. Struck by Jennifer Bosworth I loved the whole lightning addict concept, mostly because I love science. It was really interesting to learn about something that you usually wouldn't hear much about. I'm not sure if it's part of a series, but I kind of hope it is.
2. Awaken by Katy Kacvinsky I'm currently rereading this one, and I'm liking it even more the second time. The characters are great and the world is even greater. I love how the world is obsessed with technology, because it could possibly happen in this world.
1. The Selection by Kiera Cass This book was OUTSTANDING. The characters, the caste system, the whole princess thing, it all just made me love it even more. The cover is absolutely gorgeous as well. This was a very unique novels with an outstanding world with caste systems. I'd give it as many stars as I possibly can.
Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi I absolutely loved Juliette and Adam. The enemy was really pretty cool as well. It was interesting because he was a different kind of villain: he actually loved the protagonist.
Unwind by Neal Shusterman This world was insanely creepy. I think that's what I liked most about it. Plus, there are multiple POVs so you really can connect with each character.
Tempest by Julie Cross I absolutely love time travel, and this is probably my favorite time travel novel. Instead of moving to the future, our protagonist gets trapped in the past.
Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout I haven't read many alien novels besides this one and I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore. This one was really interesting because the main character actually had her own book blog, so it was really relatable!
Darkness Before Dawn by J. A. London I loved this one because it was a futuristic vampire apocalypse type thing. The humans lived in a walled-in town and the vampires live outside.
The Hunt by J.A. London This is another vampire dystopian, which I really like. Our protagonist in this novel pretends to be a human because there aren't many humans left. He must do everything the way a vampire does because the moment he slips up, he could be a goner.