Young Adult Fiction for Fans of Doctor Who

This weekend is Doctor Who Comics Day, and we’re having a day of passive programming to celebrate. We’ll have Doctor Who Guess Who (A modified version the teen librarian made) as well as some crafty stuff set out all day. We’ve done a Doctor Who themed party for the 50th Anniversary in November 2013 and teens loved it, so I anticipate this will be a hit, too. This is the accompanying booklist I made in Bibliocommons, and the graphic below lives in our readers’ advisory booklist binder. I’ve divided it by various themes that crop up in Doctor Who. There’s also this cool list made by the Denver Public Library for Denver Comic Con that includes book recommendations by Doctor. There’s some titles that also made my list, but also more suggestions on this list at Teen Librarian Toolbox and a follow up list.  
ya fiction for fans of doctor who
ALIENS

Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armetrout
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I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore
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Icons by Margaret Stohl
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The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey
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DESTROYING HUMAN EMOTION

BZRK by Michael Grant
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NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS

Erebos by Ursual Poznanski
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Variant by Robison Wells
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ASSASSINS

Boy Nobody (I Am the Weapon) by Allen Zadoff
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Nobody by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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TIME TRAVEL

Hourglass by Myra McIntyre
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Timebound by Rysa Walker
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All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
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Tempest by Julie Cross
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SURVIVAL IN A STRANGE LAND

The Transall Saga by Gary Pauslen
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PARALLEL WORLDS

Parallel by Lauren Miller
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3:59 by Gretchen McNeil
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A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray
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Pivot Point by Kasie West
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What books would you suggest for fans of Doctor Who?

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4 thoughts on “Young Adult Fiction for Fans of Doctor Who

    1. Of the ones on this list, I really enjoyed All Our Yesterdays, The Fifth Wave, and I did listen to the audiobook of A Thousand Pieces of You and thought it was well done.

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