Yeah, we got lucky in that my wife has a co-worker who actually owned them and lent them to us. About 50 pages into the third one now, and I'm really liking where it's heading.
And for those of you who have dismissed it as an "angsty teen love story", don't. Sure there's a "love triangle" of sorts and lots of internal dialogue from the main character, but it's all with purpose. It's moreso mainly a violent portrayal of what can happen when a government assumes too much power and the constant struggles of those not in favor to just survive. (And it's also a partial satire of the media and reality television.)