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by Veronica Roth
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Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 3 months ago
Another dystopian novel that I've been wanting to try, and this one was pretty good....not Hunger Games good, but good in its own right. The bureaucracy of this world divides up and coming adults into one of five "factions", for the good of societal contributions (how creepy is that?). The main prot...
nicky2910's book reviews
nicky2910's book reviews rated it 1 year ago
In a dystopian Chicago, cut off from the rest of the country, the people are divided into 5 factions depending on their most prominent trait, which is found out through a process of simulations when they're 16. But Tris's simulation is inconclusive, she's what's called divergent and urged to keep th...
Jess Reads
Jess Reads rated it 1 year ago
What can I say that hasn't already been said about Divergent? The series has already finished, they've made 3 movies (and allegedly will have a semi-related TV series), and everybody who was going to review it already has, so why did I wait until now to read the first book?TBH, it was a roadtrip nov...
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 2 years ago
2/5 - I loved the movie, more than The Hunger Games...God I hope the book isn't a disappointment! To be continued... 3/5 - Sooo NOT a disappointment. Sooo fantastic!! The three other five star books that I've read so far this year pale in comparison, this book deserves the five stars so much more ...
drallapaul rated it 2 years ago
Having acquired all 3 books in the series, I have now read the first which seems to be aimed mainly at a female Young Adult readership. It takes place in a dystopian future in which Chicago has been divided into five Factions to avoid future conflict. At the age of 16, young people are tested and th...
lucyvalencia rated it 2 years ago
Beatrice was born and raised in the Abnegation faction, but chooses Dauntless because she feels it is who she truly is. However, her aptitude test was inconclusive, and she is "Divergent" - a fate that is mysterious but also dangerous. Once in Dauntless, she begins again under a new name - Tris. Tri...
TonyTalbot rated it 2 years ago
I picked this one up cold from a vibe from Goodreads. Quite a few people seemed to be talking about it and making it book of the month. Having read the 500 pages in under a weekend, I can see why.The story is set in a crumbling Chicago of the future, some time after an unspecified ‘war’. Society has...
Val's BookBlog
Val's BookBlog rated it 2 years ago
Reading a book like “Divergent” reminds me what I missed out on during my teen years. I don’t mean wishing to live in Roth’s faction society. The majority of my reading as a younger person was garbage. I should give myself more credit, but it is hard not to laugh when I remember all the junk I dev...
TheBrainintheJar rated it 2 years ago
Hating the government is big business. Without a government we could hate, a lot of people will be out of job. I’m not just talking about scumbag officials. Imagine what Zack de la Rocha would do without hating the government. No one will listen to his pathetic attempts at rapping and lousy slogans....
Nanny Ogg's reviews and stuff
Nanny Ogg's reviews and stuff rated it 2 years ago
This is one of those times when I liked the movie better than the book. Heather K brought up some excellent points. That said, I was able to enjoy the book much more than her, mostly because I've read it without thinking so much. Which is probably because the book and the movie are basically the sam...
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