Did you love The Maze Runner? Maybe you will like these books:

Did you read Maze Runner by James Dashner and really love it?  Well, here are a few suggestions of other books that you may like as well:

Scorch Trials by James Dashner
After surviving horrific conditions in the Maze, Thomas is entrapped, along with nineteen other boys, in a scientific experiment designed to observe their responses and gather data believed to be essential for the survival of the human race.

Incarceron  by Catherine Fisher
To free herself from an upcoming arranged marriage, Claudia, the daughter of the Warden of Incarceron, a futuristic prison with a mind of its own, decides to help a young prisoner escape.

 

Leviathan   by Scott Westerfeld
In an alternate 1914 Europe, fifteen-year-old Austrian Prince Alek, on the run from the Clanker Powers who are attempting to take over the globe using mechanical machinery, forms an uneasy alliance with Deryn who, disguised as a boy to join the British Air Service, is learning to fly genetically-engineered beasts.

The Hunger Games   by Suzanne Collins
In a future North America, where the rulers of Panem maintain control through an annual televised survival competition pitting young people from each of the twelve districts against one another, sixteen-year-old Katniss’s skills are put to the test when she voluntarily takes her younger sister’s place.

I am number four   by Pittacus Lore
In rural Ohio, friendships and a beautiful girl prove distracting to a fifteen-year-old who has hidden on Earth for ten years waiting to develop the Legacies, or powers, he will need to rejoin the other six surviving Garde members and fight the Mogadorians who destroyed their planet, Lorien.

Uglies  by Scott Westerfeld
Just before their sixteenth birthdays, when they will will be transformed into beauties whose only job is to have a great time, Tally’s best friend runs away and Tally must find her and turn her in, or never become pretty at all.

 

Gone  by Michael Grant
In a small town on the coast of California, everyone over the age of fourteen suddenly disappears, setting up a battle between the remaining town residents and the students from a local private school, as well as those who have “The Power” and are able to perform supernatural feats and those who do not.

Witch & wizard  by James Patterson
Torn from their parents in a society increasingly controlled by the government, 15-year-old Wisty and her older brother, Whit, are incarcerated for unknown reasons in a totalitarian prison where they discover they have incredible supernatural powers.

The angel experiment  by James Patterson
After the mutant Erasers abduct the youngest member of their group, the ‘birdkids,’ who are the result of genetic experimentation, take off in pursuit and find themselves struggling to understand their own origins and purpose.

 

The giver  by Lois Lowry
Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives.

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3 Responses to Did you love The Maze Runner? Maybe you will like these books:

  1. Patrick says:

    Thank you for the great list! I was completely stumped on what to read after Maze runner because I couldn’t get my hands on the sequel. every thing on this list grabs my intrest, and if I have read one of these already, I loved it!

  2. megoleggo says:

    i loved the maze runner and i read uglies and loved it!

  3. I’m really happy that this list has been useful for people! This is actually one of the most popular posts on our blog.

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