Since my WoW yesterday was Insuregent by Veronica Roth, the 2nd book in the Divergent series I wanted to share the Divergent book trailer with you today. That way if you haven’t read Divergent you can get excited and go read it!
I have decided to join Team Abnegation to be a part of Divergent Nation. This will be a fun month of promoting the upcoming release of the second book in the series, Insurgent by Veronica Roth. When you help spread the word about Abnegation you can be entered into some great giveaways!
For Team Abnegation to get points over other factions we are supposed to click on this link. http://bit.ly/choose_abnegation
If you want to keep up with the Abnegation news and enter giveaways go to the Team Abnegation blog.
Check out this fun post by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer: Just Because We Have to Wear Gray. I love it!
If you want to know what all the fuss is about, GO READ DIVERGENT by Veronica Roth. Here’s My Review.
Remember to go visit http://bit.ly/choose_abnegation to give Team Abnegation points!
Wow, wow, and wow! Loved this book! This book is a great action/romance which is my very favorite. I read this on the last day of our 3 day drive home from Cali. Thank you to my wonderful husband who doesn’t mind driving 10 of the 11 hour drive. After we got home I put the kids to bed and finished this book at 1am.
I love these characters. The main character is Beatrice later called Tris. She is so brave and strong. I would have definitely wimped out during the initiation she went through. It breaks my heart when she has to decide between staying with her family or choosing a faction that she thinks will allow her more freedom. Will and Christina are fun and light-hearted. Four is an intimidating instructor, but there’s definitely more to him than meets the eye.
I do NOT recommend this book for young readers because of the violence. The action reminds me of Hunger Games (FYI- I loved Hunger Games).
“We walk together to the kitchen. On these mornings when my brother makes breakfast, and my father’s hand skims my hair as he reads the newspaper, and my mother hums as she clears the table–it is on these mornings that I feel guiltiest for wanting to leave them.”