Review: Divergent

Divergent by Veronica Roth

  

five-stars

Loved it, loved it, loved it.

It’d been a while since my last YA Dystopian and it was nice seeing I still like the genre. Honestly, I preferred it to the Hunger Games, though they’re nothing alike.

I especially liked the world-building, even if it wasn’t all that elaborate and Four-Tris relationship. Roth as a way of pulling you inside the book, willing or not.

In the end, Divergent is a definite-worth-the-reading.

And if you loved the movie, you will adore the book.

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4 thoughts on “Review: Divergent

      • Codie says:

        I didn’t actually finish Insurgent, it was just too much haha. But Allegiant worked out the same way for me and my response was also the same. NA is really good, it takes some getting used to after coming from YA, for me.

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  1. taliaredhotink says:

    I went straight from YA to Adult Paranormal Romance so that’s where I initially dipped my toes, so it wasn’t much of a shock when I landed into NA land. In Insurgent, I just hated how Tris and Four fought all the time and she kept doing whatever she wanted, his warnings notwithstanding. Figured I should stop before the whole series was ruined to me.

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