Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Divergent

     Divergent by Veronica Roth. A society split up into five factions. Each faction is based on personality. The five factions are Abnegation, Erudite, Dauntless, Amity, and Candor. Abnegation is the faction based on selflessness. Candor is based on honesty. Dauntless is based on bravery. Erudite is based on intelligence. Lastly, Amity is based on peacefulness.
     Beatrice Prior, a sixteen year old girl, must choose a faction of your choice. Your choice is based on a simulation test; a test that tells you what faction best suits your personality. Beatrice's test comes out inconclusive. Inconclusive, a test that came up with more than one faction she can go into based on her choice, otherwise known as divergent. Divergence is a dangerous, it means you can be aware during simulations. Beatrice chooses Dauntless, in the choosing ceremony, then goes through a dangerous Initiation. Initiation, a process of learning how to defend herself, fight, and it pushes her to her limits. She has to prove her worthiness and skill to pass the test, testing her mental and physical strengthens; or become faction-less and shunned from society.
     This book is a must read for young adults who enjoy a Utopian Word tossed into Chaos. Once you start reading its hard to put the book down, wanting to know what happens after every page. You'll lose yourself wanting to learn every event; upcoming in the next sequels.


1 comment:

  1. I like your visual-- and it is legible if you click on the image and then zoom in. I can help you take a clearer photo of it if you wish.

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