The Divergent Book By Veronica Roth

The Divergent Book by Veronica Roth is a great book that portrays a girl at sixteen named Beatrice to choose the path that would change the rest of her life. This book almost always reminds me of The Hunger Games which tells a brave and strong girl named Katniss. However, The Divergent focuses on the life there is in the future where you need to choose a faction to belong. However Beatrice renamed herself to Tris as she discovers that after the test she has undergone determine which faction should she belong knew she is in grave danger.

The story is fast paced and cerebral as well. Many readers consider this as one of the best stories like the Hunger Games and other great post apocalyptic plots. The Divergent Book series comes in four parts namely :

The Divergent
Insurgent
Free Four : Tobias Tells the Story
The Transfer
The Allegiant

All books of The Divergent reveals how Tris was trying to keep her secret and as the story progress, she knew exactly that the unrest and threats would lead to her death. Accompany Trus by reading The Divergent book and it can be downloaded by simply pressing the big green download button above. Don’t miss out The Divergent ebook download is totally free and comes in three formats : pdf / mobi / and epub.

Readers’ Review

 

Divergent is one novel that had me jumping out of my seat, biting my nails to the quick as I was drawn into Beatrice’s world, cheering her on one minute, and wanting to cry with her the next. She does have her moments where she seems a little cold like when she wishes one boy would stop sniveling, and you see why Abnegation didn’t suit her. But then the next minute she is putting herself in danger for someone else, and you understand why she has a bit of a split personality. She’s been born into a society that believes you can only have one quality, and she has to figure out on her own that being brave dosen’t mean that she has to give up being selfless as well. As she fights to stay in the competition, for only ten initiates will be able to call their new faction familiy, I couldn’t help but root for her. Beatrice has a lot to learn, but it’s through obstacles and the friendship’s she makes that she ultimately finds herself. This is one book that I wholeheartedly recommend to anyone who loves action, bravery, a little romance, and a ton of adventure. Be forewarned that it will have you sitting on the edge of your seat and eagerly anticipating a sequel!

– Lee

When I finished ‘Divergent’ I sat thinking about it and feeling a lot like I did when I finished ‘The Hunger Games’. It was a similar reading experience…a fast-paced story in an other world situation with a strong female character. The story transported me and I had a hard time pulling myself out of the book in order to continue with my every day things. In fact, when I closed the book after finishing it, I was struck by the desire to start over from the beginning because I didn’t want the experience to stop. It was THAT good.

(I’m not giving a plot overview…many others have already done that)

The world Trice lives in is fascinating. I was gripped at first learning about the society and the factions and I found myself enjoying the story more and more as she chose a faction and went through the iniation process. In fact, I think the initiation (which takes up most of the book) was my favorite part.

The ending contains a twist I didn’t expect. I thought the story, despite little hints of the Erudite mystery, would end with whether or not Trice would be accepted into her faction. It doesn’t. It suddenly takes an unexpected, over-reaching twist that changes the entire landscape of the story. It goes from a story set mainly in one faction to one that deals with the beginning of a societal fray. It was unexpected, but enjoyable. It was something the author had built up to, but in a subtle way. I also liked that while this is going to be a series, the book ends without a cliffhanger. I hate cliffhanger endings that leave you wondering for months. While there are many things left to discover in this world, you do get an ending with this book.

Couldn’t put it down! I think that I read this series the fastest I have ever read a series. Couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen next!

– Marlena Ashley

 

Snippet : The Divergent

THERE IS ONE mirror in my house. It is behind a sliding panel in the hallway upstairs. Our faction allows me to stand in front of it on the second day of every third month, the day my mother cuts my hair.

I sit on the stool and my mother stands behind me with the scissors, trimming. The strands fall on the floor in a dull, blond ring.

When she finishes, she pulls my hair away from my face and twists it into a knot. I note how calm she looks and how focused she is. She is well-practiced in the art of losing herself. I can’t say the same of myself.

I sneak a look at my reflection when she isn’t paying attention—not for the sake of vanity, but out of curiosity. A lot can happen to a person’s appearance in three months. In my reflection, I see a narrow face, wide, round eyes, and a long, thin nose—I still look like a little girl, though sometime in the last few months I turned sixteen. The other factions celebrate birthdays, but we don’t. It would be self-indulgent.

“There,” she says when she pins the knot in place. Her eyes catch mine in the mirror. It is too late to look away, but instead of scolding me, she smiles at our reflection. I frown a little. Why doesn’t she reprimand me for staring at myself?

“So today is the day,” she says.

“Yes,” I reply.

“Are you nervous?”

I stare into my own eyes for a moment. Today is the day of the aptitude test that will show me which of the five factions I belong in. And tomorrow, at the Choosing Ceremony, I will decide on a faction; I will decide the rest of my life; I will decide to stay with my family or abandon them.

“No,” I say. “The tests don’t have to change our choices.”

“Right.” She smiles. “Let’s go eat breakfast.”

“Thank you. For cutting my hair.”

She kisses my cheek and slides the panel over the mirror. I think my mother could be beautiful, in a different world. Her body is thin beneath the gray robe. She has high cheekbones and long eyelashes, and when she lets her hair down at night, it hangs in waves over her shoulders. But she must hide that beauty in Abnegation.

We walk together to the kitchen. On these mornings when my brother makes breakfast, and my father’s hand skims my hair as he reads the newspaper, and my mother hums as she clears the table — it is on these mornings that I feel guiltiest for wanting to leave them.

The bus stinks of exhaust. Every time it hits a patch of uneven pavement, it jostles me from side to side, even though I’m gripping the seat to keep myself still.

My older brother, Caleb, stands in the aisle, holding a railing above his head to keep himself steady. We don’t look alike. He has my father’s dark hair and hooked nose and my mother’s green eyes and dimpled cheeks. When he was younger, that collection of features looked strange, but now it suits him. If he wasn’t Abnegation, I’m sure the girls at school would stare at him.

He also inherited my mother’s talent for selflessness. He gave his seat to a surly Candor man on the bus without a second thought.

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