Synopses & Reviews
Veronica Roths Divergent trilogy (Divergent
) has captured the hearts and thoughts of millions of readers. In Divergent Thinking
, YA authors explore even more of Tris and Tobias world, including:
What Divergents factions have in common with one of psychologys most prominent personality models
The biology of fear: where it comes from and how Tris and the other Dauntless are able to overcome it
Full-page maps locating all five faction headquarters and other series landmarks in todays Chicago, based on clues from the books
Plus a whole lot more, from why we love identity shorthand like factions to Tris trouble with honesty to the importance of choice, family, and being brave
With a dozen smart, surprising, mind-expanding essays on all three books in the trilogy, Divergent Thinking provides a companion fit for even the most Erudite Divergent fan.
Maria V. Snyder and Jenna Snyder
Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Janine K. Spendlove
hits theaters in late March 2014, revisit Veronica Roth's Divergent
, and Allegiant
with over a dozen Young Adult authors.
From the Factionless to the Divergent, from what makes Chicago an ideal dystopian setting to the importance of choice in shaping identity, both in Tris' world and our own, Divergent Thinking provides a companion fit for even the most Erudite Divergent fan.
About the Author
Leah Wilson is editor-in-chief of the Smart Pop imprint of BenBella Books, and editor of The Girl Who Was on Fire: Your Favorite Authors on Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games Trilogy. She is also the co-editor of Demigods and Monsters (with Rick Riordan), Immortal (with PC Cast), and many other titles.