12 New YA Releases You’ll Love if You’re Obsessed with Divergent
If you’ve ever read the Divergent series, then you already know that the books are super addictive. They’re fast-paced, suspenseful, action-packed, and filled with romance, which we absolutely love. But while these books were a lot of fun to read, finishing them all only made us want more. We were so sad to see the story come to an end and, even now, we feel like we’re still suffering from a Divergent hangover.
But lucky for us, there are tons of amazing YA dystopian novels that have already been released this year. From Flawed by Cecelia Ahern to Seven Black Diamonds by Melissa Marr, we’re pretty confident that these new releases will help us recover and introduce us to some of the most fearless heroines ever. See which books you will absolutely love if you’re a big fan of Veronica Roth‘s series:
Flawed by Cecelia Ahern
In this new series, being branded as Flawed is a lot like being labeled as Divergent, because, like Tris, 17-year-old Celestine is a fearless young heroine who dares to be different and eventually gets punished for it. In a society that thrives on obedience and conformity, Celestine struggles to understand what it really means to be morally and ethically perfect.
For years, she's been brainwashed into thinking that the Guild and their laws are perfect, but one day, a disturbing event causes her to question everything she's been taught about perfectoin. She begins to realize that, by society’s definition, she might actually be Flawed.
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