When you have nothing left to read, there are plenty of post-apocalyptic novels out there that will give you all of the excitement you need. Most of us have already read The Hunger Games, Divergent, and Maze Runner, but there are even more great post-apocalyptic novels to read that you'll end up loving. Here are a few of the best ones around:
1. The Stand by Stephen King
If you've never read Stephen King before, it's about time to pick up one of his novels. If you're already a fan of his, then you won't need to be convinced to flip through this novel. It's about a man who escapes from a testing facility and spreads a disease that kills thousands of people. It's one of the best post-apocalyptic novels on the market, so if you're interested in the subject, don't pass by this book.
2. World War Z by Max Brooks
If you're a zombie fan, you need to read World War Z. It's a bit different from the movie, so even if you've seen the film, you can still enjoy the novel. It's about a man who travels the world, getting testimonies of other men, women, and children about the horrors they have faced.
3. A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller, JR
If you're looking for something different, fresh, or just plain bizarre, you'll want to take a look at this novel. It has a heavy focus on religion but is surprisingly funny. It's definitely unlike anything you've ever read before, so if you're sick of the same old story lines, this one's for you.
4. The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury
Ray Bradbury wrote this novel, which is really a collection of different short stories. They all speak about the colonization of Mars by humans who have been forced to flee from Earth after destroying it. Even though it was written in the 1940s, the material is still relevant today.
5. Winter Fall by Byron Tucker
This book is all about a volcano that erupts, creating a never-ending volcanic winter that threatens to destroy all of mankind. The story follows a family who are on vacation during the event and try to remain alive for as long as they can.
6. The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau
There's only one city left on Earth, and it's about to be destroyed. Will the main character be able to save the city and the last of the human race by deciphering ancient messages? There's only one way for you to find out, so head to the book shop.
7. The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
The main character in this novel lives in a village that is surrounded by a fence that no one is allowed to go past. Of course, soon enough the fence is breached and the village learns all about the secrets that have been hidden from them. The main character has to decide whether she wants to remain in the place she's lived her whole life or if she wants to discover the rest of the world.
There are hundreds of amazing books that deserve to be read. You can't get to them all, but you can try to read as many as you can. What's your favorite post-apocalyptic novel?