I’m starting a new post format—YA books compared to their movie adaptations! Click “Read More” to check out my review of the Divergent film and the book below.
Beatrice is turning sixteen, and she has a difficult choice to make: should she choose to remain with her family in Abnegation, the faction of the selfless and helpful where she has never truly fit in, or join one of the other factions that make up their post-war society, and leave behind her family forever?
She hopes that the aptitude test will tell her where she really belongs, but her results only make things worse. Beatrice is Divergent—she has an equal aptitude for several factions, which is as good as saying she doesn’t really belong in any. Beatrice doesn’t really understand what Divergent means, but she knows one thing for sure.
Divergent is dangerous.