A few weeks ago, Panteha wrote a post about the popular YA series, Divergent. For those of you who have already read the books, the short stories, and seen the movie, you can still enjoy the world of Divergent.
First of all, if you haven't already, take a quiz to find out which faction you're suited for. There's a great quiz on Buzzfeed that will tell you where you'd probably belong. I just got Dauntless.
So let's pretend we live in a factioned society like our friends from Divergent. We'd all have separate interests, jobs, and even friends.
For example, if you were living in Abnegation, the selfless group that does volunteer work and works for the government, you might be interested in these titles below:
Something Like Hope by Shawn Goodwin A young girl in lockup wants to turn her life around, and she finds out the best way to do this is helping others.
Scarlet by A. C. Gaughen. This book mirrors the story of Robin Hood, but this time the story features a young woman who sacrifices herself for the good of others.
If I Stay by Gayle Forman . This heart wrenching book is about a girl's choices to support her family over her own wants and needs.