''Divergent'' and ''The Hunger Games'' have been fun, but dystopia's over; the next blockbuster YA novels coming down the pike all follow in the real-kids-and-their-problems vein of John Green and Judy Blume

By Stephan Lee
May 09, 2014 at 04:00 AM EDT

Say What You Will, Cammie McGovern
June 3
This complete tearjerker brings together a girl with cerebral palsy and a boy with severe OCD.

Like No Other, Una LaMarche
July 24
A Hasidic girl and an African-American boy meet cute in an elevator…but what happens next will surprise you.

I’ll Give You The Sun, Jandy Nelson
Sept. 16
This is the big one — the blazing story of once inseparable twins whose lives are torn apart by tragedy.

Afterworlds, Scott Westerfeld
Sept. 23
A teen girl lands a book deal, scraps her college plans, and moves to New York to write.

Belzhar, Meg Wolitzer
Sept. 30
Expect depth and razor-sharp wit in this YA novel from the author of The Interestings.