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And it's not even random, it is a legitimate question showing the sad fate of almost all of the characters in Divergent.

Divergent Fandom Theo James Shailene Woodley Tris prior Tobias eaton Four Insurgent Allegiant Veronica Roth

Am I the only one...

I sort of hide somewhere alone and imagine it very vividly.

When you finally understand the title of a book....

Michael Vey 6 sprang a cover+book realization on me.


:o calm down there Satan the author~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Seems very Sherlock.

Hypocrite diaries

Hypocrite diaries

Chapter 50 ~Divergent~ ~Insurgent~ ~Allegiant~

Chapter 50 ~Divergent~ ~Insurgent~ ~Allegiant~ These r my exact thoughts lol!

 they think they are more obsessed than ME ?!

Ok listen, all you peoples that read divergent when the it started becoming all popular because of the movie, ARE NOT REAL FANS. I read them when they came out, stop being phonies!

Aaahhhh, if only I could have had this, woulda been frickin awesome!! ;)

Problems of a Book Nerd: Hunger Games!


Marcel Proust-Blossom- Subway Art from my lovely friend Lisa!

I know this feeling...also the same feeling when I have read the latest in a series and  am waiting forever on the next book....

Nerd Girl Problem # 182 The hole in your chest when you finish reading a book series

Did you mean: changed the entire movie from the book and kept only the characters names the same? Yes, yes they did.

19 Problems Only Book Nerds Understand: When they deleted your favourite scene from the book-to-movie adaptation. Percy Jackson tfios divergent I think basically every movie

My favorite part as well

That's reading -soaking in the gorgeous literature via osmosis.

Only fellow bookworms know how true this is. The struggle is real.

Social dilemma of a bookworm ~ fighting the urge to pull your book out of your purse in social situations

the primary duty of literature is to tell us the truth about ourselves  by telling us lies about people who never existed

Um, not sure I totally agree with that last part. But I suppose that is one reason we deem books "good" and why they stick with us: because they tell us the truth about ourselves.