[Review] Divergent by Veronica Roth

by Veronica Roth

Publication Date: May 3rd 2011
Publisher: HarperCollins
Format: Hardcover, 489 pages

Beatrice “Tris” Prior has reached the fateful age of sixteen, the stage at which teenagers in Veronica Roth’s dystopian Chicago must select which of five factions to join for life. Each faction represents a virtue: Candor, Abnegation, Dauntless, Amity, and Erudite. To the surprise of herself and her selfless Abnegation family, she chooses Dauntless, the path of courage. Her choice exposes her to the demanding, violent initiation rites of this group, but it also threatens to expose a personal secret that could place in mortal danger. Veronica Roth’s young adult Divergent trilogy launches with a captivating adventure about love and loyalty playing out under most extreme circumstances.


WOW. This book is simply full of awesomeness. No, that’s even an understatement. Divergent is just beyond description! It’s amazing how it’s cleverly written, action-packed, surprisingly creative and breathtaking, all these wrapped up in a dystopian novel you’ve never read before. Talk about pure uniqueness.

How I love heroines as ass-kicking as Tris! And FOUUUUUR! Can’t all characters be just like them? Because seriously, some love stories in books become too lame, too typical that tend to get on my nerves. And the kind of charm that Tris and Four have for its readers is incomparable. So stop the lame please 🙂

The whole idea is just too brilliant that I don’t even mind the amount of complexity it conveys, because it doesn’t mean to confuse, but to let you think and let you get attached with the story and the characters. Every pages are just bursting with excitements that makes it real hard to put down! Definitely a brilliant read about fears, bravery, courage, selflessness and love. One of my favorite books indeed!


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