Many of us have read Divergent, or at least have seen the movie. There were many different factors that made Divergent such a popular book. I decided to recommend some of my favorite books that relate back to Divergent.
If you like the book Divergent because of the ____, then you will like…
I bet if you were asked to read a book way out of your comfort zone you wouldn’t do it. If you asked me that in the beginning of the year I would’ve said no too. I never really realized it until now that I’ve really changed as a reader. I went from reading really girly, chick, and drama books to dystopian, action, and romance. Which if you think about it that’s a big shift in genres. I personally never thought I would be interested in dystopian and action books, but now I…Continue
Everybody ( and myself) loves to binge watch a show so this upcoming summer I challenge you all to "binge" read a series so I have compiled a list of some of the most intriguing and easy series, to just relax and read like crazy because these are the very things that your TV shows come from. (Not in order of epicness, all just were great and deserved to be on the list) (one more thing, if you didn't read the books you may not get the picture... soooo you can come back and…Continue
Added by Jack Hirsch on May 2, 2014 at 9:21pm — No Comments
Top Five Craziest Fictional Societies
5) The House of the Scorpion
Finally, its time to get the clone you always wanted! In this time period, cloning has evolved and been improved to perfection. Scientists place human cells into a cow's womb and 9 months…Continue
Added by Tony Lee on May 2, 2014 at 8:59pm — No Comments
MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD FOR ALL THREE BOOKS!
1.The “love triangle” doesn’t actually exist.
At a very young age, Katniss’ father died in a mining accident and her mother fell into deep depression. This not only forced her to provide for the family with food, she also had to step in a take care…Continue
1. Escape from Furnace Series by Alexander Gordon science fiction
Set in a fictional London penitentiary, where boys are taken and turned into monsters, this book isn't for the faint-hearted. But, for most, this book, with it's growing suspense and gory violence, will entertain and keep you at the edge of your seat. The many twists and turns that occur will keep your mind spinning,…Continue
1. Great read for both genders.…Continue
Added by Rebecca Bora on May 2, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Video games are a part of almost every teenager’s life. They are seen everywhere: on phones, on school-issued iPads, and in freshman study hall. Although sometimes parents are concerned that video games are harmful to their child’s development, these claims are brushed…Continue
Added by Ethan Violette on April 30, 2014 at 6:33pm — No Comments
At this point, I think we can assume that we have all read, seen, or at least heard about The Hunger Games. If you didn’t know, it’s a series which revolves around the government throwing teens together in an televised arena and then forces them to fight to the death. But have you ever considered how characters outside of the series would hold up if they were in The Hunger Games? Say we threw in a bunch of classic or well-known…Continue
A book about fighting to the death and a little bit of a cheesy love story is often considered the perfect young adult novel. These 2 characteristics of The Hunger Games is what attracted me to this book, at first. There’s just something so fascinating about “love and war”. These 2 seemingly opposite concepts come together to form interesting and suspenseful plots.
The Hunger Games is about Katniss, a…Continue
One book I had heard about repeatedly was The Testing. I had heard endless reviews about how the book was suspenseful and witty and always unexpected, so I figured I would give it a shot, and I'm glad I did.
The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau is about a young girl named Cia who is one of the rare students selected for a very high honor- being accepted into the University. Coming from a successful family, Cia strives to be one of the few students to make it to the…
Added by Lindsey DeFilippo on March 19, 2014 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Recently, I reread one of my favorite books to date, The Hunger Games. It was a book very close to my heart, as I love darker stories and it was one of the few novels I actually wanted to read beginning to end. However, upon rereading it, a question kept coming back into my head: How does this compare to the movie version? There are certainly strengths and faults on both sides, but what exactly were they? I realized, after much contemplation, that I need to write out my thoughts in a…Continue
Added by Johnny Whitfield on March 18, 2014 at 12:34am — No Comments
With spring on the horizon, many are eager to be rid of winter. I feel bad that winter is so hated upon, so I created these seven reasons as to why winter is actually pretty cool.
1. Days off of school
We all love a…Continue
I recently read The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau, published June 4, 2013. After hearing countless reviews about how phenomenal the book is, I decided to give it a shot. I found myself yearning to find out what's next. Is Cia going to make it to he University? Is Tomas going to betray her and kill her so he can make it to the finish line? I could not possibly read fast enough to figure out these answers. Words flushed through my mind as I hurried to figure out what happened next- it…Continue
Added by Lindsey DeFilippo on March 5, 2014 at 12:00am — No Comments
On a snowy winter day, when our cheeks are rosy, and our lips chapped, our ideal day would be to go inside and watch a movie while drinking hot chocolate. While resting, we flip through Netflix and find a couple movies to watch and begin to watch them as we take a break from shoveling the heap of snow or from just playing outside. A bunch of movies like Inkheart, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Harry Potter, are all really good movies that…Continue
The Hunger Games, in one sentence, is about a post-American sci-fi world called Panem, in which a common teenage girl, Katniss, finds herself fighting for her life in the cruel and deadly Hunger Games held yearly and enforced by the oppressive Capitol. No one in the Capitol has ever said anything against the Hunger Games. In fact, they enjoy watching them! A few of the twelve districts that Panem is made up of are called the “Career Districts” and the tributes from those districts are called…Continue
Added by Sahithi Muppalla on October 25, 2013 at 9:31pm — No Comments
The book Ready Player One by Ernest Cline is an interesting book to say the least. It's a science fiction novel with a dystopian society feel to it. Now if you're not a science fiction fan, don't worry it's still a good read. I'm not a big science fiction fan myself but I liked this book. I liked it because it wasn't a setting so out there that I couldn't even picture it, like some science fiction books can get, it was almost believable. It takes place in 2044 and everything is…Continue
The reasons why I liked The Hunger Games is because I could not let the book down it was so good. During the Games there is some romance between Katniss and Peeta. There's action that I love in this book. When Katniss kills the boy from District one, I thought it was cool because she is used to killing animals. She tries to save…Continue
Added by JOEY HOMAN on October 4, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Recently I have been re-reading a The Hunger Games and have noticed a few things that I didn't realize the first time I read it. For example, the way the game makers form the "games" into a reality T.V. show is something I didn't quite fully comprehend the first read. Seneca and all the other game makers make "drama" happen to please the audience, which in reality, the audience is just the Capitol.
I also noticed the clues to Peeta and Katiniss' relationship during my…Continue