Divergent Essay

1882 Words Jul 29th, 2015 8 Pages
Divergent By Veronica Roth When someone is born they do not get to choose their families. They are just born with two loving parents or maybe just a single person. When she or he reaches age sixteen they are just considered teens and not much is paid attention to it. In the book Divergent, Veronica Roth puts a new meaning to the age of young teens. They get to choose a fraction, and that fraction will stay with them for the rest of their life. A fraction in this book means a colony, a place where they think best suits them according to their characters and actions, also a test helps decide how to choose. Life seems to be more fascinating in Divergent. Veronica Roth the creator of Divergent fascinates the readers in creating a world …show more content…
With over four-hundred-and-eighty pages Divergent and its novels and the series are something to invest time in (web). A young teenager who is free in the world having to do whatever she pleases and having to go through many obstacles to prove that she is worthy of been a Dauntless. Veronica’s success landed her in Forbes 2014 magazine as the sixth most profitable author in the world (web). Not to mention only at age 26 Chicago based Roth as one of the youngest writers to have such success (web). Divergent makes the reader think if they were in Tris’s shoes what they would choose. Would you want to be with your family? Or do you want to experience life and go with what the feel is the best thing in for themselves? The readers tend to fall with Trish and the guy she falls in love with. As a critique tells us “Veronica Roth’s Divergent was based around many aspects, but what I like the most about this book was that it displays the not only the relationship that Tris had with four” (web). Tris the main character of Divergent gave the fans a connection with the young teen. “Divergent by Veronica Roth is, for all good and bad, a young adult book, carrying with it all the troops and ideological perfection unnecessary when writing sixteen year old stuff” (web). The book really showed readers that it is okay to choose who they want to be in life and to take the consequences of it. It might be the best thing they do in life or the worst but the best part of it all is that