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Why We Love the Divergent Series, On the Page and Onscreen

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Why We Love the Divergent Series, On the Page and Onscreen

It’s a good time to be a Divergent fan: the entire series (including Four) is finally out in paperback, and the first half of Allegiant is about...

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5 Fictional Romantic Leads Who Deserve the Grey Treatment

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5 Fictional Romantic Leads Who Deserve the Grey Treatment

It’s no shock that demand for more tales from E.L. James’ Fifty Shades universe remains high. What is a delightful surprise is James’s...
This Week in Page to Screen: Fifty Shades, the Little Prince, and a Whole Lot of YA

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This Week in Page to Screen: Fifty Shades, the Little Prince, and a Whole Lot of YA

You’ve probably heard by now that director Sam Taylor-Wood and screenwriter Kelly Marcel jumped ship after the release of the first Fifty Shades...
11 Things We Learned at the Veronica Roth #BNAuthor Event

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11 Things We Learned at the Veronica Roth #BNAuthor Event

There was only one bad thing about the Veronica Roth #BNAuthorEvent, which took place at the Union Square location in Manhattan on Sunday, March 15—it...
What to Read Next if You Liked The Invisible Bridge, Allegiant, The Giver, The Alchemist, or Maximum Ride

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Invisible Bridge, Allegiant, The Giver, The Alchemist, or Maximum Ride

The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan, by Rick Perlstein, is the highly controversial, much discussed account of the end of one...
14 Lines that Would’ve Ended These Books Early

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14 Lines that Would’ve Ended These Books Early

Have you ever wondered what might happen to a beloved book if a certain character said or did something very early on in the story that irrevocably altered...

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10 Signs You’re Reading a Dystopian Novel

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10 Signs You’re Reading a Dystopian Novel

Considering the fact that we’ll all be living in one in the very near future—if depressing internet articles are to be believed—we heart dystopian...
What to Read Next if You Liked Prince Lestat, Orphan Train, The Goldfinch, The Maze Runner, or Divergent

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What to Read Next if You Liked Prince Lestat, Orphan Train, The Goldfinch, The Maze Runner, or Divergent

There’s only one bad thing about reading a great book—finding an equally great book can seem impossible. After reading something wonderful, nearly...
12 Book-Based Perfumes We’d Like to Wear

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12 Book-Based Perfumes We’d Like to Wear

The delightful aroma of paper books aside (and yes, there is a perfume that can make you smell like a new book), don’t you sometimes wish you could...
How to Throw Your Faction the Perfect Divergent Viewing Party

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How to Throw Your Faction the Perfect Divergent Viewing Party

Divergent Nation, I think we all know exactly where we’ll be tonight. Obviously, all our calendars are cleared, and we’re packing enough eye...
5 Divergent Factions that Didn’t Make the Final Cut

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5 Divergent Factions that Didn’t Make the Final Cut

Fans of the Divergent trilogy can easily list the five factions of Veronica Roth’s futuristic dystopian society, which individuals are required to choose...
The Best Books for Readers in Every Divergent Faction

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The Best Books for Readers in Every Divergent Faction

What better way to learn more about a people (or, in Divergent’s case, a faction) than by studying its most cherished books? To that end, we’ve risked...

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