Book Nerds are no strangers to self isolation. We’ve been preparing for this our whole lives! Don’t go out. Don’t be around people. No touching, no sharing, no crowds. We’ve got this. And our books have got this too, to be honest. Just look at all these titles (new and old) that feature their own reasons for a quarantine.
I was so excited to get Carve the Mark, especially since I loved Divergent and I am an enormous Star Wars fan. But Carve the Mark left so much to be desired that I put it on my #DNF list when I was a quarter of the way through the book.
I was recently pushed to finish Allegiant by Verionica Roth before I read anything else on my daunting To-Read list so I can freak out over it with Jessica Tuckerman. So I did and I still haven’t fully recovered. Warning: major spoilers ahead.
If you haven’t read the Divergent series by Veronica Roth yet, do so promptly. It is a very well written dystopian young adult piece set in futuristic Chicago. As is usually the case, the book is much better than the movie. It is definitely so in this case since the audience gets much more information inContinue reading “Review: Divergent Movie ✪✪✪✩✩”