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They Get Captured Again: Insurgent Chapters 15 and 16

If they’re not visiting one of the post-apocalypse’s many Hufflepuffs, it’s a pretty safe bet that Tris is getting captured.

Chapter 15

Tris determines that whatever kind of gun she was hit with only knocked her down, and… 1,125 more words


Book Review: Four by Veronica Roth

I have been following the Divergent series for a long time and I was so excited to finally get a copy of Four.  I’m sure many of you have heard, read, or watched the… 300 more words

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Remember That Random Character That Once Stepped on Tris' Foot? Me Neither: Insurgent Chapter 14

I don’t know how I forgot about this, but ages ago I read an excerpt of Divergent except it was told from Four’s point of view. 1,603 more words


Four: A Divergent Story Collection by Veronica Roth

Four: A Divergent Story Collection by Veronica Roth

Goodreads Summary: Two years before Beatrice Prior made her choice, the sixteen-year-old son of Abnegation’s faction leader did the same. 418 more words

Top ten Tuesday - sequels

This week’s Broke and Bookish Top Ten Tuesday, is the ten sequels you are looking forward to. I’m not a massive series reader, so I’m not going to make it to ten, but here are the ones making me squeal with excitement and anticipation (let’s call them squeaquels…) 179 more words

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From 'Mockingjay' to Narnia: Fantasy Series Conclusions, Ranked

In preparation for Mockingjay-mania, here’s a look back at seven popular fantasy and trilogy series and an evaluation of their endings, from “perfect” to “meh” to “garbage.” Doubtless, you won’t agree on all of these (or any of them, maybe) but I think we can all come together and acknowledge that it is an incredibly difficult feat of world-building, writing, and pacing to wrap up an entire series in a satisfying way, paying tribute to the moral stakes, the characters, and our desire for a happy ending at the same time. 1,376 more words


Divergent - A YA novel

I started reading Divergent by Veronica Roth last night.
I’m the first one to say I detest first person present tense, I mean come on! Who wants to read it. 172 more words

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