Chapter Thirty-Nine. Excerpt from Insurgent. Chapter One. Chapter Two. Acknowledgments. About the Author. Back Ad. Praise for Divergent. Books By Veronica. Descargá gratis el libro Divergent - In Beatrice Prior's dystopian Chicago world, society is divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particu. Chapter Nineteen. Chapter Twenty. Chapter Twenty-One. Chapter Twenty-Two. Chapter Twenty-Three. Chapter Twenty-Four. Chapter Twenty-Five. Chapter.
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In the first stage of initiation, they are trained in guns, knives and hand-to-hand combat. Despite her lack of physical strength, Tris finishes in sixth place. A relationship emerges between Tris and Four, and Tris is pummeled by Peter in a fight. After the Stage 1 rankings are announced, the second-place Peter stabs first-place Edward in the eye.
Edward leaves to become Factionless, followed by his girlfriend Myra. On Visiting Day, Tris learns that her mother was originally Dauntless. Erudite stirs dissent against the city's Abnegation leadership and accuses their leader Marcus of abusing his son. The rumors are fueled by the fact that Marcus' son, as well as Tris and Caleb, all left Abnegation, which is also alleged to be hoarding supplies.
The initiates enter Stage 2, facing hallucinations based on their deepest fears. Tris' Divergent abilities give her an advantage and earn her the top rank.
Peter, Drew, and Al attack Tris, threatening sexual assault and nearly throwing her to her death, but Four intervenes.
Tris and Four grow closer, and he lets her into his own fear landscape; she discovers he has only four fears, hence his nickname. She also learns he is Marcus' son Tobias, and the claims of abuse were true.
Four uncovers Erudite's plans to use Dauntless to stage an attack on Abnegation.
Tris overcomes her fear landscape, and the Dauntless initiates are injected with a "tracking" serum. Tris shares her feelings for Tobias, and is ranked first at the initiation ceremony. A junction on the Chicago "L" , one of modern Chicago's train systems. Dauntless demonstrate their fearlessness by jumping on and off moving trains throughout the novel. The serum transforms the Dauntless into hypnotized soldiers to attack Abnegation.
Tris and Tobias' Divergent abilities allow them to escape to the Abnegation compound. Tris is shot and they are captured.
Erudite leader Jeanine, mastermind of the attack, injects Tobias with an experimental serum that overrides his Divergence. Under Jeanine's control, Tobias oversees the attack from the Dauntless control room. Tris is almost drowned in a tank, but is rescued by her mother, who reveals she is also Divergent before she is killed helping Tris escape. Tris is forced to kill Will, who attacks her under the influence of the simulation. She finds her and Tobias' fathers, explaining the truth behind the attack.
They fight their way to Dauntless headquarters, where Tris' father sacrifices himself.
Tris is attacked by the mind-controlled Tobias; unable to kill him, Tris surrenders, causing Tobias to break free of the serum's control. They shut down the Erudite simulation and free the Dauntless. They rejoin the initiates, and board a train to the Amity sector to find the Abnegation survivors. Style[ edit ] Many reviewers stated that the novel's writing style offers a distinctive, terse prose that creates a fast-paced reading experience.
Susan Dominus, writing in The New York Times described the style as "brisk pacing, lavish flights of imagination and writing that occasionally startles with fine detail".
Critic Antero Garcia describes the thematic similarity between these dystopian novels as an interest in the "grasp of power between youth and adult authority" and compared the novel to Unwind by Neal Shusterman. Lol who needs to do that to write a book?
No I know how to write a book, okay. You know what was a good book? The Hunger Games.
Small petite girl, check. Dystopia, check. Living in an underground compound, check. Lessons about bravery and self-sacrifice, check.
Small girl trains with other people who are jealous of her success, check. Kills people, check. Jumping on a moving train.
What else is cool? Jumping off a roof. Oh yea that sounds cool. I gotta think of more cool things, hold on. Okay publishing time. The whole thing is rushed and just…completely nonsensical and full of trope after trope. So what is supposed to be super awesomely cool people just, to me, looked like a band of idiots. Wigs, did you like anything about the book though? Yes I did. She must have written those on a good night. I feel like they kind of dropped all of the other outside nonsense and kind of focused on just human things.
I enjoyed this particular one where Four was under a blue spotlight in a dark hallway it she described how his eyes were black and shadowed while the rest of his face eerily lit or something like that.
Just here and there were some bits of description I liked. Jeez this is starting to turn into Divergent: The Review, a novel by Wigs. But oh well. You can stop at any time. Not yet. I have to get this out of my head.
And hey, if in book 2 she fixes some of these issues and answers some of the questions, great. I can believe that. I can believe that a dystopian society would force you into choosing a limited amount of careers based on what you excel in.
My issue is that this society is completely dysfunctional. A dystopian is scary for us, because ideally, it is supposed to be believable. We can believe The Hunger Games is possible because people would totally watch a reality show where people fight to the death. In the case of Divergent, my issue is that this society is unbelievable.
Everything is very homogenized and simplified thusly into these factions and these careers using the information given to us : Abnegation selfless people : healthcare, politics Dauntless brave people : guards, police Erudite knowledgeable people : research, reporting and one would guess teaching?
Amity friendly people : farming Candor honest people : lawyers, and…?
Okay so seriously what does Candor even do? They seem pointless. Anything I can think of that might go with them is really better suited to Erudite.
And wait a minute.