Brown, Pierce. Golden Son. New York: Del Rey, 2015. Print. Golden Son continues to follow the story of Darrow as he integrates into the society of golds. Darrow must go through convincing everyone that he is a gold, even his friends, and not a red planning to tear down their way of life.
Bradbury, Ray. Fahrenheit 451: The Temperature at Which Book Paper Catches Fire, and Burns ... New York: Ballantine, 1953. Print. Fahrenheit 451 is about a man named Guy Montag who lives in a dystopian future where books are illegal. He works as a fireman, who burn down houses instead of saving them and starts to like books despite all the warnings not to.
Muchamore, Robert. Cherub: The Recruit. Place of Publication Not Identified: Simon & Schuster, 2013. Print. The Recruit is about a boy named James who joins a government-run spy agency for teenagers. James must go through harsh training before he can go on his first mission of infiltrating a camp of hillbillies to find members of a terrorist organization.
Lu, Marie, and Sofia Engelsman. Legend. Haarlem: Gottmer, 2012. Print. Legend is about two different people living in a dystopian future where the United States are split. Day a criminal from the Republic, one-half of the U.S., and June a prodigy soldier from the Republic must work together to meet their goals.
Brown, Pierce. Red Rising. New York: Del Rey, 2014. Print. Red Rising is about a boy named Darrow who lives on the planet Mars in a dystopian future where society is separated by a color caste system, with red, Darrow's color, being the lowest and gold being the highest. Darrow infiltrates the gold society in an attempt to help red rise.