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Science Fiction for Teens

The Adoration of Jenna Fox
by Mary E. Pearson (2008)

Jenna wakes up from a coma to find herself in a new state with her family, including her grandmother who appears to hate Jenna and a decision Jenna's mother made.

by Kenneth Oppel (2004)

While dreaming of being an airship captain, Matt Cruse meets a girl searching for "cloud cats" and drags Matt along for a furious adventure where Matt will need to use everything he's ever learned to survive.

Ender's Game
by Orson Scott Card (1996)

Andrew "Ender" Wiggin is drafted into a special militiary training program and is pressured to succeed in high-stakes competition.

by Peter Dickinson (1990)

Eva wakes up in the hospital after an awful car crash to find that her brain has been implanted into a chimpanzee. What are the implications of this surgery?

by M.T. Anderson (2004)

Titus and his friends have chips implanted into their brains that allows them to keep up on the latest trends, watch shows, instantly chat with friends without talking, and access any information they need. What could be wrong with that?

The House of Scorpion
by Nancy Farmer (2004)

Because Matteo was harvested from El Patrón's DNA, he is ostracized and tortured, but he feels like a real boy. Will Matteo be able to confront the truth of his purpose before it is too late?

Never Let Me Go
by Kazuo Ishiguro (2005)

A group of private school students search for love and fight for survival as they find out they are clones.

by Scott Westerfeld (2005)

The first in Westerfeld's books about a society where teens go under the knife to turn into extraodinarily beautiful people.