So, you loved Divergent and read tons of other post-apocalyptic and/or dystopian YA and now you are looking for something different? How about picking a book based on your favorite faction from the Divergent series?
We’ve selected books we think members of Dauntless, Candor, Erudite, Amity, and Abnegation would like and included a mix of realistic, historical, sci-fi, and fantasy so every reader could discover a new book they’ll enjoy!
If you’re excited about the Divergent movie release, be sure and come to our party on Thursday, March 20th! You’ll be sorted into your faction, play games, make crafts, have a chance to win movie passes, and of course get a Dauntless chocolate cupcake.
This is such an amazing list of recommendations! We have a soft spot in our Dauntless heart for SABRIEL. How many of these books have you read, Initiates?
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