Did you really like The Hunger Games, like me, and keep looking for similar books? Well, I thought I should make the search a little easier for you, and list down a few YA books that are similar to THG:
1. Divergent by Veronica Roth - I would recommend this book the most. The series is going to be a triology, like THG. It takes place in a future where everybody is parted into 4 "groups" or factions. The main character is a girl named Beatrice, and she has come of age to choose her faction. She has to choose between staying with her family, or change into another faction... You will not regret reading this book. Come on, it got 4.38 stars on Goodreads!
2. Delirium by Lauren Oliver - More like a love story. This is the first book in a triology. It takes place in the future as well, and in this society, love is a dangerous thing. It can kill you when you have it, and it can kill you when you don't. This is a "Rebellion" books too, like THG, going against the society and such. It's not just a love story, it has action in it too, I promise! Main character is Lena, and she has always trusted the Society. But then she meets Alex...
3. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld - You have to be a little more patient with this, but it is still a good story. In this futuristic society, when you turn 16, you have an obligated operation that makes you pretty. Our main character Tally is SO looking forward to this operation, whereas she's almost 16. Her bestfriend Perris (is that correct?) has reasently turned pretty, and since the society seperates the Pretties and the Uglies, she can't see him again untill she turns pretty. Then she meets Shay. She does not want to get turned pretty, and tries to convince Tally to run away with her. What will Tally choose?
I'm sure there are more books to mention, like Matched by Allie Condie,
(but even though I really liked the first book, I didn't like the rest of the triology that much. Sure, you can try reading it if you want. Maybe you like it!),
and books you would enjoy too, even if they're not really similar to THG, like Cassandra Clare's books
(read them, I highly recommend them! The Mortal Instuments and The Infernal Devices are fantastic!),
or books I haven't read yet, but know are really good, like Legend by Marie Lu
and The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken
(I need those books!)
Anyway, I have my reasons, and I thought I would stick to the subject; books that are similar to The Hunger Games.
Good luck with the reading!!