Veronica Roth’s Divergent has always brought up contradictory feelings within me: Roth’s world-building was severely lacking, yet the book itself was action-packed and impossible to put down. Interestingly enough, I feel completely the opposite about Carve the Mark: the world is intriguing (albeit a bit unoriginal), but the pacing is excruciatingly slow. On the planet… Read More Carve the Mark
She taught me all about real sacrifice. That it should be done from love… That it should be done from necessity, not without exhausting all other options. That it should be done for people who need your strength because they don’t have enough of their own. Even though I wasn’t much of a fan of… Read More Allegiant
People, I have discovered, are layers and layers of secrets. You believe you know them, that you understand them, but their motives are always hidden from you, buried in their own hearts. You will never know them, but sometimes you decide to trust them. I absolutely adored Divergent – flaws and all – so I… Read More Insurgent
Divergent is a conundrum to rate. On one hand, the world-building is extremely virtually nonexistent, but on the other hand it is action-packed and entertaining all the way through, to the point where you can’t put it down. In Divergent, Chicago is now a dystopian society split into five different factions based on your personality.… Read More "Divergent"