Divergent
Genre- Science Fiction, Dystopian  Author- Veronica Roth                                     

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Reviews:
“A story that always keeps you wondering what's going to happen next. Divergent is an enchanting story that will be stuck in your mind, months after the last page.” -Abby L.

“Divergent is an amazing book that takes you on an adventure to a dystopian future. The characters and setting are developed quite wonderfully, and seem real. This is the kind of book that will keep you reading.” -Natalie N.


“An unbelievably detailed book that will keep you on the edge of your seat right up until the last page. This book included real-life problems that were faced in a dystopian setting, like family issues, difficult choices, and friendship trouble. I gobbled this book right up, and I hope you do, to!” -Reilly H.


“Divergent is a very good read that keeps you interested at all times. There are a lot of twists in the story and you don't know what too expect next. The book makes you feel like you are actually in their world of fantasy. This is definitely a book that is worth reading.” -Alden W.

    Have you ever wondered where you belong? Are you smart, selfless, honest, kind, or brave? Follow Tris Prior as she chooses where she belongs. Does she belong in just one faction? How could she choose only one? Will she leave her family to be where she belongs, or will she stay to be with them? Will she regret her decision? In the last thriving city in the world, they have a different kind of government. You go where you belong. You make a decision that will change your life, no regrets, no going back. On one designated day, you choose your faction. Erudite honors knowledge. Abnegation honors selflessness. Candor honors honesty. Amity honors kindness. And Dauntless honors bravery. Is Tris smart, selfless, honest, kind, or brave? It's dangerous to fit into more than one. They call it Divergent. Some people believe that Divergents don't exist. Are they right?


Quotes:
"What makes you different, makes you dangerous"

"I don't want to be just one thing"

"Fear doesn't shut you down, it wakes you up"

"Becoming fearless isn't the point. That's impossible, its learning how to control your fear, and be free from it"

"I want to be brave, and selfless, and smart, and kind, and honest."





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