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Chapter Thirty-Nine. Excerpt from Insurgent. Chapter One. Chapter Two. Acknowledgments. About the Author. Back Ad. Praise for Divergent. Books By Veronica. This first book in Veronica Roth's #1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy is the novel the inspired the major motion picture starring Shailene Woodley. Read "The Divergent Series Complete Collection Divergent, Insurgent, Allegiant" by Veronica Roth available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off.
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What book are you currently reading and how has it changed you, if at all? Upon declaring allegiance to one of them, year-old Beatrice will decide her future. Beatrice and her brother, Caleb, grew up in helpful, unassuming Abnegation, always putting others first. During her aptitude testing, a simulation probes her suitability for Abnegation, Amity, Candor, Dauntless, and Erudite.
Rather than getting a clear reading of her strengths, Beatrice's result is disturbing and dangerous: At the choosing ceremony, the teenager impulsively joins Dauntless, the tattooed "hellions" whose value is bravery, and who protect the community.
Beatrice, now called Tris, finds she feels brilliantly alive in Dauntless, even during the brutal training.
She enjoys seeing her muscles harden, testing her courage, protecting the underdog, and working her way up the ranks of recruits. Making both friends and enemies, she moves through simulations tailored to trigger her Fear Landscape. Gradually, her Divergence shows itself, allowing Tris to see that the faction-dominated world isn't as wonderful as she has been told.
The likeable characters, excellent pacing, and blooming romance will have listeners hooked. Emma Galvin's youthful voice has a twinge of huskiness that lends itself to voicing both young men and women. The audiobook will be very popular, so library patrons will have to be careful considering the packaging: You might want to purchase the audio download instead.
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Please try again later. You Won't Regret This Series! Hardcover Verified Purchase. This set includes the trilogy, along with the extra book titled, "Four". I actually recommend reading Four first. It's the comets set. My 13 year old triplet boys started reading this series in school. They couldn't stop talking about it, so I bought this series for them, and I even read it myself.
It's very, very good. The movie is pretty good too; although, the books are a lot more detailed. I highly recommend this series. I would caution for younger readers as the two main characters have some heated moments. Nothing that heavy, but on the line.
I wouldn't want my 8 year old reading something like that. I hope this review has been helpful for the parents out there.
All in all.. Definitely a great series! A Must Read! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. First off, I have to admit that it is difficult for me to rate this book without rating the series as a whole, so that is what I am going to do.
It turns out I cannot review this series without comparing it to Hunger Games. There is a great deal of similarity between this series and Hunger Games.
Teenage coming-of-age adventure story in a post-apocalyptic dystopian society. I could go further into the premise, but it really does not make much sense outside the context of the book. Again, like Hunger Games, I found the first book gripping and devoured it quickly. The second book did a good job of keeping up that pace. Then the third book comes up, and, once again like Hunger Games, it takes the "Us vs.
Them" story and throws in "oh look, These Guys Too! Bet you didn't see THAT coming! The first two books seem to be building your hope for the characters and the world they live in and the ability for them to make the world better. Then they expand the world, and the third book goes about crushing your hopes of a happy ending.
While reading the first two books, I was a little bummed that it would be over in three. By the time I was about a quarter through the third book, I was ready for it to be done. I was looking forward to Four during the first two books. After reading the third, I don't have any real interest in reading Four anymore.
The real world does not have happy endings for everyone, but this isn't really about happy endings. It is more about building up these characters to great heights with the implication that they will usher in a new age. Then, it turns out in the end they are a cog in a machine in the end. Important, sure, but used to an end just the same. I would actually rate the first two books at five stars, but the third book is such a letdown that it brings down the whole series for me, and this book is useless without the other two.
If you read Hunger Games and loved it, this scratches the same itch. In the end, I didn't hate it, but it lost a lot of luster quickly in the end. I have to start by saying that watching the Divergent movie made me want to read the book.
I really enjoyed the movie and I thought for sure there was more in the book. Beatrice is about to take the test that will determine which of the five factions she will go into for the rest of her life.
The five factions are: Candor the honest , Amity the peaceful , Erudite the intelligent , Dauntless the brave and Abnegation the selfless. Each of the factions carries out certain job throughout the city.
Those without factions do all the dirty work and have no rights in society. Born into Abnegation, everyone thinks she will stay in. On the day of the test, Beatrice learns she is Divergent. Fitting into not just one, but many factions. She chooses Dauntless and is told to keep her Divergent identity secret.
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In dauntless Beatrice renames herself Tris, and she is tested to determine who she really is. Her failure could leave her factionless. Being divergent might just get her killed. I could completely picture the scenes while I read this book. There were only a few details left out of the movie Divergent. This book was really addictive. The development of her relationship to Four made much more sense in the book and he was instrumental in the end.
I really enjoyed the character building, getting to know her friends and her fears. The author is able to draw in the reader right from the start. The location of this story is a dytopian Chicago. I liked the gradual world building in this story. Tris and Tobias Four are the starcrossed lovers in what is left of Chicago after what must have been a horribly destructive war.
Everyone is divided into factions.
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Abegnation is the faction that puts others first, Candor speaks honestly, Erudites values knowledge, and Dauntless is the faction to protect and keep the peace. Those that don't fit into any faction are the factionless of course and they are looked down on similar to our current day homeless. That is how things are supposed to be but if you look below the surface things are going on that will pit faction against faction. The first book is Divergent and that is a dangerous thing to be.
Jeannine, the leader of the Erudites, is on the lookout for Divergents because they are considered to be a threat to the system of Factions. When people who are Divergent are tested in what is called the choosing ceremony to decide what faction they belong in, they do not fit into any one faction. When Tori tests Beatrice Prior, she finds a Divergent and tells her to not talk about her results with any other person.
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Beatrice of the Abegnation faction becomes Tris of the Dauntless faction. Tris tests well in her chosen faction and fortunately has Four as her leader and he recognizes her secret because he's one too. All the initIatives must face their fears in a simulation but Divergents are able to control the simulations and realize that what is happening is not real.
Four warns Tris that she must hide this ability when Jeannine comes to monitor her simulations. Jeannine suspects that Tris is Divergent but Tris is able to hide this during the simulations. Four becomes suspicious when he sees Jeannine spending a lot of time at the Dauntless headquarters especially since the Erudites design the drugs that create the simulations and simulations are being used more on the Dauntless members and the Dauntless faction has changed for the worse.
Four uncovers a plot that makes Dauntless into a weapon used by the Erudite faction to destroy another faction. Divergents are immune to the medication used in the simulation that turns Dauntless members into mindless killing machines. Through everything that is going on, Tris and Four are falling more in love and are working together to save their world.
Insurgent is like a lot of middle books in a trilogy. It takes you from the first book to the third and fills in the gaps in between like Tolkien's Fellowship of the Ring. Tobias and Tris have to hide from Eric's Dauntless members. Tobias is called to a mysterious meeting and the person he meets with turns out to be his mother, Evelyn, someone he had been told long ago was dead. She turns out to be the leader of the factionless which turn out to be living much better than it seemed.Exploring him and his choices and his assumptions about the world was incredibly interesting to me.
She further said that "I've said before that I've always seen Four increasingly, as the series goes on as a plot-mover alongside Tris, so he was the obvious choice for the second POV though not the only one I tried.
First off, I have to admit that it is difficult for me to rate this book without rating the series as a whole, so that is what I am going to do. I mean, a world in which you look different from the majority and no one minds? The Hunger Games Trilogy.