My guys have read almost all the above books. (We go through books like water around here.)
I'm always on the look out for new books and authors.
My kids did read the Hunger Games but only after both dh and I had read them. We talked them over with the kids and they sparked some great discussions. (Still do.)
The also read Gregor the Overlander by the Hunger Game author. We also enjoyed the Lloyd Alexander books. (Book of Three, Black Cauldron ect..)
We preorder all of Rick Riordan's books (we have kindles and it goes to all of them for the one price.) If you are concerned about the magic then do a unit of Greek Mythology before hand. (It sparked a yearning to learn all about the Greek Myths here. And we talked about how it is different from the myths and what is the same.)
If you want a really great list of books go to the Sonlight website and look at the book lists for 6th/7th grades. Sonlight is Christian based and my boys have enjoyed many of the books from their curriculum this year. (Not all but not enough to quit Sonlight.)
My sons are very advanced readers and finding books that are still challenging enough to read and are not inappropriate is a challenge.
Mac (16) Rocking 10th grade
Garrett (15) Braving 9th Grade
Keegan (13) Keeping it real in 7th Grade
Sully (7) MBTP 6-8, McRuffy Math 2, AAR Level 2
Finn (6) MBTP 5-7, McRuffy Math K, and AAR Level 1.
A Reader Lives a Thousand Lives Before He Dies,
the Man Who Never Reads Lives Only One