I like the books Hugo Cabret and Wonderstruck. Same authors. Chapter book but it has a lot of pictures. Even more pictures than words! They describe 2 different people and 2 different story. The pictures of both of the books are a different person and the writing for both are describing another person. Haha just saying cuz I liked them both. Also they are adventure.
I always liked reading the Alex Rider series. It's about a teenage British boy who finds out that his father and uncle were spies. But his mother and father were killed in a plane crash. As he seeks to find answers, he stumbles upon the secret agency of Britain, M16. He is recruited from them and goes on dangerous adventures and almost dies in every book.
I personally enjoyed Hunger Games and Harry Potter but since you already read it what about the Series of Unfortunate Events, Percy Jackson and the Olympians and Heroes of Olympus (read Percy Jackson before Heroes of Olympus) also the Sisters Grimm, and Fablehaven. All these are book series and fairly easy reads so if you chose them they will keep you busy for a while all of these except Series of Unfortunate Events are Fantasy/Adventure Series of Unfortunate Events is Mystery/Adventure Some classics that are good are Where the Red Fern Grows, and anything by Laura Ingalls Wilder (little house on the prairie)