One choice can transform you
Divergent is is set in a dystopian society. They are broken up in to five factions. These factions are how they must live the rest of there life and be nothing else but how there faction acts and treats others. Thy take a test to determine what faction they belong in but they also have the choice to move to a different faction but once they do they can't leave.
The story line of this book is very well written and you can really feel all the emotions that they feel in the story. I think that the author put some things in the book that were not necessary and didn't make since at the time. I highly recommend this book for young adult readers. If you do not like science fiction books I would suggest this book because while it is technically science fiction it reads like a realistic fiction genre.
Some places are close to being dystopian.
Many people get tattoos to represent something special to them. They are also used that way this book.
People usually have symbols of there life. Like for Christians there is the cross!
There is something that always inspires a book.
"The Giver" is alike to "Divergent" because they both are a dystopian place. In "The Giver" they have people that tell them what to do, who to marry, there job, and how to be them. In "Divergent" they show that they pick how they live the rest of there life but they will never be able to change back and they are told want to do and who to be. In both of these books there is one character that has different traits then other "normal" people. They are different and most people know it. It can be good or dangerous and they both see something that needs to be different. These books are one of the most alike books!
"The Hunger Games" series and the "Divergent" series have many similarities. The hunger games is also a dystopian literature where they make kids go out into battle just to kill each other for no reason. Katness thinks it is unfair and very wrong! She wants to fight for what is right. Later in the series she starts to fight against the capital for what is right. They are alike because In both books there is a strong female character who is trying to fight for the right thing because they know how there life is isn't fair. In "Divergent" Tris wants to stop one of the factions from killing people and so does katness in "The Hunger Games."
"The Testing" and "Divergent" are similar because "The Testing" is about having to go through a process at which they have to learn how to fend for themselves and have to make it out alive. It shows that either go or make it through and it is life threatening! It is like "Divergent" because in both books the people are fighting to stay in the program or initiation. They have to go through a lot of life threatening things to finally make it.
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