At the age of 16, one chooses to dedicate their life to one of five traits: bravery (Dauntess), selflessness (Abnegation), intelligence (Erudite), truth (Candor), or kindness (Amity). The day before they choose, every child undergoes an aptitude test in which they face a simulated reality which will tell them which trait they’re best suited for. Unfortunately for Beatrice Prior, the main protagonist in the story, she doesn’t get one trait. She gets three; there is no one faction she’s best suited for. This makes her Divergent which is considered dangerous in her society. Continue reading
Hello! I know I haven’t really been posting here for a while, so I decided that I would make an update post to let you guys know how I’m doing.
Just finished Paper Towns and I absolutely loved it. It was a touching and endearing read. I’ll be making a follow-up post with my thoughts on it this week for sure. I started An Abundance of Katherines a few days ago, but I can’t seem to will myself to finish it. It’s just so frustrating. Not the prose though, John Green is still an amazing writer. It’s the characters. They seem too quirky and unrealistic. Hopefully, I’ll finish it this week as well.
Concerning the future of this blog, I decided I will be reblogging other posts that I think you guys would find interesting. I originally wanted my blog to be 100% original content, but I think with contributions from other bloggers, I’ll be able to please a much wider audience.
I’ll also be making my first attempts at writing short stories which I will post here, so keep an eye out for that! 😉
Other than that, I wish you all a good day!
For those of you who love reading indies, this post is for you.