Good Books For Teens & Young Adults

The Sieger Chronicles Adventure Series

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Traditions of Their Fathers

This book sets the stage for all that comes later. Within the first few pages you're completely hooked by the difficult life of Benjamin True Sieger.

Join Ben as he moves from one adventure to the next for an insightful look at emotion, character, and power. Watch the trailer on YouTube.

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Management of the Creature

After experiencing great loss, Ben and Abby bravely press forward against Glanville Bose’s oppressive regime and find some unexpected friends along the way.

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The Justice of An Offended God

The exciting conclusion to the four-book series. Do Ben and Abby Sieger have enough luck and enough friends to finally take on Glanville Bose?

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A Dark & Hellish Hue

Ben and Abby continue their efforts to make headway against Bose’s evil system. Finding friends in unlikely places, the fight continues and momentum begins to build.

Just as all hope seems to be lost, the movement grows stronger and pockets of resistance show up across the NSA...but will it be enough to defeat Bose?

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Book One: Traditions of Their Fathers

It’s the year 2060 and Benjamin True Sieger finds himself in the middle of a battle against a corrupt dystopian regime. Despite long odds and constant danger, Ben and the brave group of fighters go to war for what they believe in most - freedom.

An insightful look at emotion, character, and power, you won’t want to miss the riveting first novel in The Sieger Chronicles: Traditions of Their Fathers. Perfect for YA fans of the Hunger Games, Maze Runner, and Divergent Series.

This is a captivating story that will ignite the conspiracy theorist within you. A good book for teens and young adults.

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Book Two: Management of the Creature

Looking for another good book for teens? The adventure continues with book two.

After a devastating loss, Ben and Abby bravely battle forward against Glanville Bose’s oppressive regime. From across the New States of America, inspired by Ben’s heroic fight, freedom fighters continue to lay their lives down for the cause. Will it be enough to stop Bose’s dark threats? Will it be enough to stop the bloodshed?

The war continues in this intense sequel to Traditions of Their Fathers. Perfect for fans of dystopian YA fiction - be sure to check out the beginning of the saga: you won’t be able to put it down.

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Book Three: A Dark and Hellish Hue

Ben & Abby's adventure continues as we take you into Book Three of The Sieger Chronicles.

The maniacal President Bose seems unstoppable - but Ben and Abby press on despite the growing uncertainty and constant threat of being eliminated. As their band of friends against the oppression continues to grow, so does the danger. In this third novel of The Sieger Chronicles, Ben and Abby must face a greater evil than they ever knew existed…

Perfect for YA and dystopian fans alike, this gripping and emotional saga about what it means to be free will have you on the edge of your seat with every page-turn.

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Book Four: The Justice of an Offended God

The captivating conclusion of this incredible dystopian saga will leave you breathless. Ben and Abby enter the final battle against the dark mind and oppressive power of President Bose to lay everything down for their right to be free - but will it be enough?

Don’t miss the intense conclusion to The Sieger Chronicles - it’s an adventure you’ll never forget.

Remember, every great story has an epic beginning - join the resistance and check out the first novel in the series, Traditions of Their Fathers. Perfect for YA and dystopian fiction fans, The Sieger Chronicles will take you on an amazing journey of power, emotion, and the price of freedom.

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What our Readers are Saying

“I fell in love with Ben Sieger.”

“I wanted to reach right into the book and stop President Bose.”

“Cory Paul Ellsworth subtly hints at imaginable power plays in our own age and makes us examine our institutions and our hearts.”

“I just loved the characters. They came alive for me.”