3. Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi
I have a really intense attachment to this book, because I think it's one of the best books I've read in my life. And I've read hundreds of books. Also a dystopian, but this one is different in that, according to the book description, it has an "X-Men" kind of feel to it. Which it does. Basically, it revolves around this girl Juliette that has the ability to kill people with touch. Add the fact that the entire world has basically gone to crap and you have an intense novel. Don't worry, it's a lot better than I'm making it sound. It's also got romance in it, and a villain that is deliciously bad. (I love great villains.) Plus, Tahereh's writing style is AMAZING. It's poetic and lyrical, although it does take some getting used to.