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Insurgent Book Talk

INSURGsENTGenre: Science FictionBy: Veronica Roth

Tris and her friends have to hide because they are considered fugitives by the Erudite fraction. They end up staying with Amnity off the grid in the woods. The head of Erudite, Jeanine, wants to kill off the divergents and she goes to extreme measures to find every one of them. Erudite and Dauntless traders working for Jeanine, go to Amnity to test for Divergents. Since, Tris and her friends are hiding from them, they find a a way to escape and go to Fractionless. At Fractionless they try and build an army to take down Jeanine. Tris's mom was secretly a divergent and hid a special box made by the founders of the barricaded city of Chicago. This box held the secret to the success of this new society. When Jeanine finds out that Tris is the only person to open it, she does everything she can to find her.

Summary/Plot

Theme

The theme of this book is loyalty. The people who stayed loyal fought with Tris and Four to the end and they protected eachother. Loyalty is impotant because it is the main reason why they were able to build a large army to try and save everyone.

Characters

Tris: A divergent. She finds out that she is rare because she is 100% divergent and others are only part Divergent. She starts to become depressed because she believes that she is the reason for this mess and her parents death. Four: He is also Divergent and is the leader of this new army to attack Jeanine. He is very reserved and does not really like to talk about his past because his dad used to beat him. Jeanine: She is the bad guy in the book. She is the head of Erudite and tries to get rid of all the divergents.

200 years after a civil war in the worn down and barricaded city of Chicago.

“Like a wild animal, the truth is too powerful to remain caged.”

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Tiffany Willians


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