Divergent–Veronica Roth


That’s how excited this book made me. I loved it! If you are a Hunger Games fan, you will like it.

This YA book was just what I needed, a sweet and innocent post-apocalyptic story about a world that is separated by personality traits after realizing that things weren’t going so well when we were all jumbled together with their separate religions and politics mixing and you know, things that make people people.

   When they are sixteen the teens in this world are put to the test (mental tests, that is) where they find out which faction they go into.

Candor, Abnegation, Dauntless, Amity, and Erudite are the virtues that make up this world and what they are separated by.

We follow Beatrice Prior, a born Abnegation girl, through the process and find out what she is and what it will do to her world.

This was a book that I wanted to look into for a while and found it for cheapy at a thrift store and happily bought it. (I’m poor now, so don’t judge me for spending my pennies on used books. I can’t afford to spend 25 dollars on one book!)

It was awesome and I really couldn’t put it down. Can’t wait to find Insurgent!!!

Constant vigilance!

4 thoughts on “Divergent–Veronica Roth

    1. It was so awesome! I’m dying to find Insurgent in a thrift store, I’m considering going to a chain store, but I really can’t afford it! I spent pretty much a whole day in my room reading it closed in like a hermit eating it up.

      1. Try an eBook! They’re much less than the hardback, and you can read them on your computer if you download the software. Or, if you can do an audio book version, it’s free with an Audible.com 30 day trial membership – all you have to do is remember to cancel. 😉

      2. Blasphemy!!! Haha, I only use my Kindle when I travel/want to read one of the free books my friend put on there. (Which is practically never at this point.) I can wait, I have a million other books to read!

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