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Great introductory series by a new author, Roth has made a solid foothold with Divergent. The divergent series is a quick easy read, aimed at quenching the thirst of YA readers. It has the love story, the overcoming ones self doubt, secret plots, a lot of action, bravery, murder, sabotage, backstabbing and so on.
It is over Divergent Series 4 Stars - Fast, fun, unexpected and new. It is overall an interesting page turner of a series that can get you hooked. Once getting into the first novel you will find it is not a very difficult read, but nevertheless enjoyable.
The characters are neat and the idea of this type of structured society is a new take and interesting. The plotline of some factions colluding with others to overthrow the society is not entirely new itself, but the world built by Roth takes this into a new area that is fascinating.
There is good and bad portions, however I would say after reading the series, the good prevailed, as the story got the kid reader in me hooked well. I think this is one of the big reasons it blew up the way it did, hence the movie release on the heels of Allegiant.
It also has a lot of building of the main character, as the female lead Tris really comes into finding herself, and as we have seen with the Hunger Games, it is really a treat for todays younger readers to have that strong female lead at a younger age. It also a great read for those looking for an easy read and to enjoy a simple fast paced series. Roth keeps the pace moving at a good speed in the three novels and it is easy to read each of the books in a single sitting or two. I enjoyed the series as a whole, but was left wanting with the third installment in the series, as I found that many doors opened in the finale book, that I do not believe were properly closed.
To be fair most YA books I find, take away from in-depth descriptions, to ensure the general reader is never bored. It is a give and take for sure, however I think Roth gets away with it in this series, as I was overall very satisfied when I rolled with her world she had built. Great overall series from an emerging author, I was hooked as a reader, was left with some questions, but had an enjoyable time in Chicago with Tris and Four!
Divergent is one of my favorite books and is a part of a trilogy but if you ask me after reading the other two books it is a better standalone book! I really liked the series but felt it lost what made it special in the first book and part of the second. The third book really lost all of the feelings that I had for the first, and so much of it seemed out of character! Jan 16, Clare rated it it was ok. Roth also failed to construct a believable new world.
Instead, all she did was describe a reality in which the USA is the largest geographical concept did the Purity War affect the rest of the world..?
Despite the obvious limitations of writing a novel in the first person, it did allow the portrayal of emotions and character psychology to be fairly developed.
In contrast, I found the actions of the characters to be at times both irritating and inconsistent. This was not always conducive to character development or the creation of suspense. In the end, it became predictable. A much more challenging ending would have been to see Tris lose her memory and Tobias handle the fall out. Furthermore, does Roth really believe that the USA of today needs a teen novel in which the main characters are gun-toting vigilantes that are constantly injecting themselves?
My advice to Veronica Roth: Roth has managed to produce a challenging portrayal on the themes of love, betrayal, bravery, loyalty and healing from emotional scars. I take my hat off to her for broaching the subject of domestic violence in such an open way and exploring the long term scars it can cause on victims. Personally, I have strong doubts that this trilogy will stand the test of time as it seemed far too rushed, far too laden with shock-loaded events that make for a gripping, yet sloppy read.
But even beyond that I doubt its durability because Roth, in her desperation to write something original and engaging, has betrayed her reader by slaying the protagonist. Would Lord of the Rings or Harry Potter have remained so popular if Frodo or Harry had been bumped off at the end of the final novel? My guess is no and I fear that is the long term fate that Roth has unwittingly imposed upon Tris Prior.
View all 4 comments. May 09, Laureen rated it did not like it. I became interested in this book because of the movie. I wanted to read it before watching it. That was way back in March. I have the gift and the curse of having to finish reading what I start even if it makes me want to projectile vomit.
The first book was really interesting and kept my attention pretty well but the other two were just a complete mess. The plot moved haphazardly and people died before I really got a chance to know I became interested in this book because of the movie. The plot moved haphazardly and people died before I really got a chance to know them, making it hard for me to understand their impact on Tris. This may be the one time a movie is better than the book although I have absolutely no desire to watch it now.
Jan 05, Andrea rated it it was amazing. I am proud to say I read all 3 books within a week. The first I loved! Great story line just amazing. The second one oh my god! The third one made it hard for me to breathe I want to just forget the ending!
I will have to read all of them again and I bet my reaction will still be the same. Even though I think it was a horrible ending I also feel that it fit I know for a fact this is going to bother me for a few days and I will find myself crying every now and then, but I am going to cope.
I will definitely be in mourning. Nov 08, Pam rated it it was amazing. Not quite as thrilled with the third book as the first two, but still well worth reading!!! Mar 19, Nancy Brisson rated it it was amazing. Young adult writers have been producing some wonderful books, starting with JK Rowling and her Harry Potter books which brought young adult fiction and, in fact, fiction for older children into the present age.
There have always been some great writers whose books were appropriate to and appealed to tween and teen readers and which were also meaty enough to satisfy adult readers. There have been a number of series with volumes of unrelated stories that used the same characters such as The Bobbse Young adult writers have been producing some wonderful books, starting with JK Rowling and her Harry Potter books which brought young adult fiction and, in fact, fiction for older children into the present age.
But these contemporary creations of longer stories that continue over multiple volumes are relatively new to young adult fiction.
This trilogy, often called The Divergent Series has the most important requirement of all literature; it is obsessively readable. We drop into a city that has landmarks we recognize, but a city that has been through something traumatic. Some parts of the city are nearly intact, some are in ruins and the lake that made the city so distinctive is dry.
We are introduced to the factions Abnegation, Erudite, Candor, Dauntless and Amity by our main character Beatrice as she meets and experiences people from these different groups. Our Beatrice, although a member of Abnegation, a faction of service and self-denial, is clearly not suited to a life spent on the down-low.
She admires the Dauntless young people she sees who leap on and off of the trains, who take risks and seem free and strong. But her test results are inconclusive. Some Divergents even die or disappear. Is a society that assigns character traits to different factions likely to produce a satisfying lifestyle for humans? Can we be engineered so that a tendency towards certain traits can be socially selected as traits dominant enough to allow an individual to fit into one faction for life?
If so, then why do the factions seem to be unraveling? Tris and Four Tobias make a perfect couple. We love to root for them to stay together and we think we will just stop reading altogether if their love does not grow. But a changing world is always threatening to pull them apart. Genetics plays a huge role in these stories and Veronica Roth poses a number of scientific, societal and governmental questions that offer thoughtful philosophical puzzles that get both young adult and adult brains churning.
However, you have to read all three books in the trilogy to get there. View all 8 comments. May 25, Heni Purwati Akbar rated it did not like it Shelves: After a discussion with my husband, I agree that this book has intriguing idea about society and the way it shapes you to meet their needs: And when someone of you rebel against the rule, lets say a smart person has to be in Erudite but he is not only smart but he can be good basically human nature to have such complicated feelings and abilities they eliminate you because of course, society wants order, not chaos.
The t After a discussion with my husband, I agree that this book has intriguing idea about society and the way it shapes you to meet their needs: The thing is, a good intriguing idea is not enough to satisfy my thirst for a good literary work. It has to have strong characters, enjoyable narration, nice and neat storyline, and especially for a young-adult genre, less lame romance story between the characters.
And, Divergent series have nothing of that. Mar 19, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: I just finished this series, and unfortunately it had diminishing returns for me. The first book was a fun read and I went through it really quickly. I think what I liked about it was the world-building, the dystopian Chicago setting, the coming of age story and the young, sheltered heroine who discovers her strength. Then the real plot happened and it was all downhill from there.
The second book was okay, in a PTSD sort of way, and the third book I read quickly just because I was ready to be do I just finished this series, and unfortunately it had diminishing returns for me. The second book was okay, in a PTSD sort of way, and the third book I read quickly just because I was ready to be done with it. Without getting into spoilers, there were enough plotholes to drive a truck through, the characters became more cliche and the POV switch in the final book irked me.
It was like Roth fell in love with her leading male character, which felt very Twilight to me. I did feel that the ending was satisfying though, so there is that. Der erste Band hat mir eindeutig am besten gefallen, der zweite war ein wenig langweilig. Allerdings habe ich jetzt erstmal genug von Dystopien Oct 31, Lucia rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 9 comments.
Nov 23, Fiker Haile rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved the fact that there was no love triangle in the series, and loved how Mrs. Roth developed the characters throughout the series. I also loved the factions Over all I loved the book I applause Roth for being brave enough to kill a main character, but the selfish part of me hate her for it. I hated the fact that Tobias tried to move on because it made her death insignificant Idk over all the book is amazing and I recommend everyone to read it.
Hope the movie does the book justice!! Jun 12, Trang Tran Bookidote rated it really liked it. Full review on my blog! Jan 08, Renee rated it really liked it. Overall, I enjoyed the series!
They were exciting and different and easy to read. Mar 19, Gayatri rated it liked it Shelves: This trilogy is just about fine. I personally liked many side characters better, like Uriah or Lynn. It w This trilogy is just about fine. It was a lukewarm experience reading these books. Apr 09, Paul rated it liked it. I am reviewing the boxed set, as I read the entire series before I wrote the review.
As a result, this review is going to have four parts: Each book reviewed, then the whole series. There are going to be spoilers so the review will be hidden Review 1 - Divergent: Pro - the characters are fascinating, the plot flows very well, and the action is extremely believable.
Put another way, while I enjoyed the characters, plot, and action, there were no surprises. It is good but not great. Pro - Several people we are told in the first book are dead are not dead. The effects on Tobias, and as a result on Beatrice, provide much the tension in the plot. The action continue to "pop" quite well, and the several people who suffer losses or are themselves killed keep everyone off-balance, reducing some of the plot predictability. Con - First, the minor cons.
We know since there is a third book that no one major is going to die here. But now we come to the serious issue I had with this book. The author telegraphs the ending for the series she has in mind almost half-way through. In addition, she lets her explicit Christianity not merely bleed but begin to dominate the story.
I am not sure if she fancies herself the heir to C. Lewis and his Narnia series, but we have a near-perfect rendition of the Jesus myth with Beatrice in the role of Jesus. This detracted from the story for me in a serious way. If I wanted to read Christian fiction, I would have bought such books. Well-written and a good tale, the whole "look at my Christian allegory" thing took away from what could have been a good tale.
Pro - This is not so much a positive about the book as much as a positive about the writing itself. Nearly every prediction I made upon reading Insurgent came to pass in this book. The only one I made that did not come true was who the ultimate villain would be, though I was only proven wrong near the very end of the story. In effect, Veronica Roth is so good at telegraphing her Christian allegory that I was able to call it top-to-bottom.
Con - You see this coming a mile away. She is super-human to the end, unable to be stopped by serums, stopping her brother from dying by taking his place. There is nothing surprising in any way in this. Selling Christian fiction as young adult dystopian fiction is a cheap shot but nothing less than I expect from someone whose dedications begin with praising her god and his human self. I am giving her a lot of credit for trying to hide her religious propaganda, though she is not as capable as C.
Lewis, whose Narnia series did precisely what she tried to do here and indoctrinate children into Christian myths. If you are reading this, you are not going to mind spoilers, so here goes the whole allegory lain out: It is well-written overall, has memorable characters, and the author did a very good job of creating a Christian mythology-based story sequence, right down to the sacrificial lamb being slaughtered in order to "redeem" everyone.
But it is not good enough to warrant any higher rating. Pushing Christian fiction in this way is as pathetic an attempt to preach the gospel as many of the other "dystopian young adult" books that I have encountered. Jan 17, Paula rated it really liked it Recommended to Paula by: I normally cannot be bothered to use up my few precious minutes to write a review, but in this case I just have to do it.
I really enjoyed Divergent. I liked Tris and Tobias individually as well as their chemistry. I also enjoyed the adventures the Dauntless brought us. The style of writing, well, it was clear this was her first published novel and since it was YA, I let it go and just enjoyed the story.
I have to admit, I was a little bored with this book. I only kept going in the hopes that something exciting was going to happen. Показать все 6 объявления с новыми товарами. Показать все 2 объявления с новыми другими товарами. Показать все 5 объявления с подержанными товарами. Об этом товаре Synopsis The definitive box set for Divergent fans This four-book set includes paperbacks of the three books in the 1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy, plus the companion volume told from the perspective of the immensely popular character Tobias, all wrapped up in a dazzling keepsake box.
This set is perfect for established fans who want to own the full Divergent library, readers new to the series, or fans of the blockbuster films starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, and Kate Winslet.
Divergent One choice can transform you. Insurgent One choice can destroy you. The second bestseller continues the dystopian thrill ride.
As war surges in the factions all around her, Tris attempts to save those she loves and herself while grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love. Includes bonus materials by Veronica Roth. Allegiant One choice will define you. The explosive conclusion to the 1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy reveals the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of readers.
A Divergent Collection A companion volume to the worldwide bestselling Divergent series, told from the perspective of Tobias. The four pieces included "The Transfer," "The Initiate," "The Son," and "The Traitor" plus three additional scenes, give readers a fascinating glimpse into the history and heart of Tobias, and set the stage for the epic saga of the Divergent trilogy. This four-book set includes paperbacks of the three books in the 1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy, plus the companion volume told from the perspective of the immensely popular character Tobias, all wrapped up in a dazzling keepsake box.
One choice can transform you. One choice can destroy you. As war surges in the factions all around her, Tris attempts to save those she lovesand herselfwhile grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love. One choice will define you. A companion volume to the worldwide bestselling Divergent series, told from the perspective of Tobias.
The four pieces included"The Transfer," "The Initiate," "The Son," and "The Traitor"plus three additional scenes, give readers a fascinating glimpse into the history and heart of Tobias, and set the stage for the epic saga of the Divergent trilogy.
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