Divergent by Veronica Roth

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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