Expand Your Imagination With These Science Fiction Books for Teens


“Science fiction is the only literature that depicts the world as it could be, or should be.” – Isaac Asimov


Some of the best books for teens are science fiction novels. They offer an escape from reality and a new world to explore through the power of words. You want your imagination to be expansive, and these books can do just that! Check out this list of science fiction books for teens.

Eight Science Fiction Books for Teens


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1. Qualify (The Atlantis Grail Book 1)

by Vera Nazarian

It is the year 2047. The descendants of ancient Atlantis have returned from the heavens in their silver spacecraft to give humanity assistance as an extinction-level asteroid approaches Earth. However, there is a catch. Only a small percentage of the Earth’s inhabitants can be transported to the colony planet Atlantis. To be picked, you must be a teenager who is brilliant, talented, and athletic, and you must Qualify.

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2. Talented (Talented Saga Book 1)

by Sophie Davis

Talia Lyons attends the McDonough School for the Talented with one aim in mind: to learn how to use her talent as a Mental Manipulator to kill the guy who murdered her parents. She’s capable of dealing with any situation. The strenuous physical requirements. The psychological toll. Whatever it takes to achieve her goal. With only a year left in the program, Talia, seventeen, is finding it more difficult than ever to ignore the rest of her life. Worse yet, she can’t seem to disconnect from her telepathic link with her first love…or stop thinking about her intriguing new comrade. Ian Crane is a writer from the United Kingdom. Talia’s life was ruined by this man. She’s on a mission to get rid of it.

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3. No Ordinary Star

by M.C. Frank

Days before the year changes, a soldier is ordered to the North Pole and told to repair the Great Clock in preparation for a celebration. He’s at a loss on what to do. A girl is almost killed on the ice while being pursued for the crime of being born. She is rescued by the only surviving polar bear. A library, developed over the course of a century and forgotten in the basement of an ice hut, awaits them both. For hundreds of years, the globe has been free of famine and disease. It’s also lost sight of love and beauty. It is the year 2525.

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4. Transmission (The Invasion Chronicles Book 1)

by Morgan Rice

The only person who can hear and decipher messages from outer space is a 13-year-old child who is dying of a severe brain ailment. It’s a legitimate signal, according to SETI. Is there a message here? How will the rest of the world react? And, most importantly, are the aliens on their way?

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5. Seven Crowns (Shadows & Starlight Book 1)

by E.V. Everest

A crown is dangerous. A crown split seven ways is deadly. Sixteen-year-old Ana is far from royalty. She’s a foster kid with a dead mom and a deadbeat dad. The only thing she wants is to escape—her hometown and her grief. Ana’s plans are derailed when a dangerous family secret is revealed. She is the sole heir to a fallen dynasty in a world where seven families share the crown. Her family was murdered one by one, leaving six families to rule. Now, someone knows Ana’s location…

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6. Oasis (The Last Humans Book 1)

by Dima Zales, Anna Zaires

My name is Theo, and I live in Oasis, the planet’s final livable zone. It’s supposed to be a utopia, a place where everyone is happy. Vulgarity, violence, insanity, and other problems are all but forgotten, and death is no longer a threat. I used to be content as well, but now I’m not. I now hear a voice in my head telling me things that no imaginary friend should know. Phoe is her name, and she is my hallucination. Or is she?

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7. Beyond (Beyond Series Book 1)

by Maureen A. Miller

It’s the day after Aimee Patterson graduates from high school. Her desire of becoming an engineer, as well as college, beckons. Her cocker spaniel charges into the trees on the other side of the pond on an early evening walk. Aimee pursues him, and the unspeakable occurs in the solitude of the forest. She is rendered immobile and witnesses in horror as her hands vanish before her eyes. Aimee thinks she has been kidnapped as she wakes up to the sound of voices. She has no idea how far she has traveled away from home…

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8. Mindspeak (The Mindspeak Series Book 1)

by Heather Sunseri

Someone was willing to die for her since she was born for a revolutionary purpose. Lexi Matthews, a seventeen-year-old boarding school student, maintains two secrets from her peers: she is the daughter of a well-known and controversial geneticist, and she has the ability to influence people’s minds. However, when new student Jack DeWeese heals Lexi’s broken arm with an anything-but-simple touch, he forces her to face a new reality: her skills extend far beyond reading people’s minds. After her father goes missing and she receives threatening emails, Lexi is torn between falling into Jack’s arms and running and hiding.

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