|Soul Beach - Kate Harrison (2011)|
When the heroine receives an e-mail from her dead sister she assumes it is a sick practical joke, but then she receives an invitation to join an idyllic virtual reality world where she is able to talk to her sister again but discovers it is only inhabited by the young, the beautiful and the dead.
|Starters - Lissa Price (2012)|
Callie lost her parents when a virus attacked the Earth and then she lost what to her was home. In desperation she tried to raise money by participating in an illicit scheme whereby teenager bodies are leased to wealthy, but aged, renters. Finally, she loses her body too but she is determined to get it back.
|Monster Republic - Ben Horton (2010)|
An explosion in a nuclear power plant leads to a class of visiting teenagers being patched up with scavenged body parts and bionic implants to create an army of superhuman soldiers.
|The Future of Us - Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler (2011)|
Set in 1996, two teenagers access the Internet and discover a site called Facebook which shows them what their life will be like fifteen years in the future; they are duly able to see the implications of their teenage decisions on their adult lives.
|Unwind - Neal Shusterman (2008)|
Unwinding means the end of a teenager's life, but such unwanted individuals are kept alive for their body parts. Three runaways fight the system and for their right to their life.
|Gamerunner - B R Collins (2011)|
The Maze is a virtual reality game but one game does not allow the player to start again when they lose.
|Cinder - Marissa Meyer (2012)|
A retelling of the Cinderella story in which the eponymous Cinder is a gifted mechanic and cyborg.
|Matched - Ally Condie (2010)|
A dystopian society is controlled by technology and people's seventeenth birthday sees them given their perfect partner as dictated by society. Cassia's allotted partner turns out not to be the perfect match that society demands.
|0.4 - Mike Lancaster (2011)|
A teenager's account of a life-changing event has been transcribed from audio tapes and appear to reveal the history of a world in which technological obsolescence becomes personal.
|brainjack - Brian Falkner (2011)|
An extraordinarily skilled teenage hacker becomes involved in a world of espionage, intrigue and cybercrime when a remarkable hack grabs the attention of a secret government agency.