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User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. DID YOU KNOW? Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. In a world divided by factions based on virtues, Tris learns she's Divergent and won't fit in.

When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it's too late.

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Four und Tris befreien Caleb aus seiner Zelle. Zusammen mit Christina, Peter und Tori brechen sie zum Zaun auf. Dabei werden sie von Edgar und einigen Gefolgsleuten verfolgt.

Alle schaffen es über den Zaun bis auf Tori, die von Edgar erschossen wird. In der Welt hinter dem Zaun gelangen sie in die Randwüste, die durch den Krieg radioaktiv verseucht ist.

In der hochmodernen, hinter der Tarnbarriere verborgenen Stadt werden sie dekontaminiert und erfahren, dass in der Vergangenheit Menschen genetisch manipuliert wurden, um Ernährungs- und soziale Probleme zu lösen, woraus ein Weltkrieg entstand, der die Menschheit beinahe ausgelöscht hat.

Er erklärt, Tris sei der erste Mensch, der genetisch wieder rein sei, und alle anderen Bewohner Chicagos seien defekt, auch Four. David will herausfinden, warum Tris rein ist, und will daraufhin den Rat in der benachbarten Stadt Providence darüber informieren, der alle Entscheidungen trifft.

David ermöglicht Tris, die Erinnerungen ihrer Mutter zu sehen. Aufgrund dieser Information vertraut Tris David. Derweil werden Four und Christina Nita zugeteilt, die sie für Aufträge in der Randwüste vorbereitet, um dort Kinder zu retten.

Caleb und Peter werden dem Überwachungsdienst zugeteilt, der die Ereignisse in Chicago beaufsichtigt. Evelyn lässt Gefolgsleute von Johanna töten, worauf diese ihr den Krieg erklärt.

Tris bittet David, den Bürgerkrieg in Chicago aufzuhalten, doch er gibt vor, nur mit der Genehmigung des Rates eingreifen zu können. Four und Christina brechen mit einigen Soldaten in eine Siedlung in der Randwüste auf, um Kinder zu retten.

Beide stellen fest, dass dies keine Rettungsaktion ist. Four berichtet Tris davon und versucht, sie zu überzeugen, nach Chicago zurückzukehren.

David lässt Four von Matthew und einigen Soldaten vorgeblich nach Chicago fliegen, doch Matthew warnt ihn, dass er während des Flugs getötet werden soll.

Er lässt Matthew mit einem versteckten Hinweis für Tris zurück und macht sich auf den Weg nach Chicago, wobei er die Tarnbarriere mit einer Codekarte von Matthew überwinden kann.

In Providence berichtet David dem Rat über Tris, worauf dieser Tris befragt. Dabei erfährt sie, dass David auch ohne Genehmigung des Rates in Chicago eingreifen könnte.

I can believe that. I can believe that a dystopian society would force you into choosing a limited amount of careers based on what you excel in. My issue is that this society is completely dysfunctional.

A dystopian is scary for us, because ideally, it is supposed to be believable. We can believe The Hunger Games is possible because people would totally watch a reality show where people fight to the death.

In the case of Divergent, my issue is that this society is unbelievable. Everything is very homogenized and simplified thusly into these factions and these careers using the information given to us : Abnegation selfless people : healthcare, politics Dauntless brave people : guards, police Erudite knowledgeable people : research, reporting and one would guess teaching?

Amity friendly people : farming Candor honest people : lawyers, and…? Okay so seriously what does Candor even do?

They seem pointless. Anything I can think of that might go with them is really better suited to Erudite.

And wait a minute. Healthcare is given to Abnegation? Wait really? Or what, is it like homeopathic healthcare? How helpful. You CANNOT tell me that one faction rules the government.

There is NO WAY that when they set up the system people were like you know what's a good idea? Putting one group in all the power.

That's ridiculous to say that something like that happens in Future America. There's no way they wouldn't have put together a system where there is representation from each faction within a council.

Isn't that what the American Revolution was all about? Lack of representation in government? I cannot see everyone saying 'fuck representation!

So the whole main plot of Divergent is based on something that's already broken my suspension of belief. Construction workers, bus drivers, gasp, the horror.

The villain wants to get rid of them. Oh yes. Okay, we need to talk about the train for a second. Is with. The Train.

Why is this train an asshole? Oops, you failed. Learn to live. Why is everyone like just ignore it guys, just ignore it.

Or otherwise the steepest track change in the world, haha. They had perfectly good empty buildings to refurbish, and instead they spend however many millions of dollars digging a bigass hole in the middle of the city just so people can enjoy some nice sunlight-deprived living.

Or maybe she just wanted to copy Mockingjay, that too, of course. And guess what people. In the future, the trains stop for no bitch, so watch out.

One thinks that a dystopian society would care about their military. Especially considering that in this case, their entire city is surrounded by a guarded fence with barbed wire.

Clearly protection is important to them. So whyyyyyyy are the Dauntless, the only source of soldiers, completely undisciplined jackasses? They party it up and dress up like punks from 70s London and ….

We already had this ready too, for whatever reason. Why does Tris have special snowflake syndrome? Which is dangerous etc whatever.

And I can buy that, I can, that a dystopian society would want to suppress an individual which has too many skills or whatever butttttt… how is it that SO few people actually have multiple skills.

Why is that allowed, since it encourages them to learn more skills? And if they want to discourage people having multiple functions, why the hell are people allowed to change factions at all?

And because of this, I see how sad the wasted potential is. But no, no, Tris has a special brain. No one can get into her mind.

Just like Bella Swan. Speaking of which, with Tris, who is supposed to be divergent for Abnegation and Dauntless, I can barely find any selflessness traits outside of a what any regular person would do.

I found her, in fact, written incredibly selfish, as teenagers are. She also has to point out physical features to add to why she doesn't like people greasy hair, crooked teeth, stretch marks, pudge Basically it comes down to this.


A book without a solid platform of sense is just not for me. View all comments. Mansi I felt the same. I didn't even cry during the deaths I mean what!!

So may potential characters were wasted. Just think what would have become of Be I felt the same. Just think what would have become of Beatrice's mom.

The relationships are not developed. There was so much to explore. How does the factions works, who started them, what's in the manisfaesto, give me the details dammit.

The fact that I read hunger games recently isn't putting this book in positive light either. It looks like charichature of thg.

And I brought the entire set ugh!!! Summer Feisst no need to be so rude i find this book great and exciting aswell as a good plot Jan 29, PM.

I'm torn now. I eyerolled so much while reading this book that I may have permanently damaged at least some of my cranial nerves. And yet I read it in one sitting, annoyingly and inexplicably entertained.

Go figure. There just may have been some facepalming as well. It's yet another young adult dystopia based on a stupid premise.

Seriously, it's plainly ridiculous. If I had to compare it to something equally ridiculous it'd have to be the notion of sparkly vampires.

I'm not kidding. Just list Heh. Just listen to this: "Decades ago our ancestors realized that it is not political ideology, religious belief, race, or nationalism that is to blame for a warring world.

Rather, they determined that it was the fault of human personality - of humankind's inclination toward evil, in whatever form that is.

They divided into factions that sought to eradicate those qualities they believed responsible for the world's disarray. Well, it's a dystopian Chicago where, in an attempt to battle the evils of this world people came up with a BRILLIANT idea to segregate into five "factions", each of one is based on ONE quality that is supposed to be the uber-defining feature of them.

Therefore we have the brave, the selfless, the smart, the truthful, and the kind. I eyerolled at it in a children's book where it made its appearance.

I exasperatedly eyeroll at it now. No, really. That is stupid. First of all, how exactly will our society ever get to the point where such thing becomes plausible?

I mean, seriously - at least we can imagine the world of "The Hunger Games" happening given current obsession with reality shows.

And second of all, how exactly is everyone in this world NOT 'Divergent'? They have an option to switch factions after being raised in one; so basically it's okay to internalize the principles of more than one of them.

How will that not make them 'Divergent'? So there's that, and the sheer impossibility of a person to live only within the rigid frames of one of the factions' principles.

For instance, let's look at doctors, 'kay? In this book, they belong to the faction of the kind. Because, clearly, for this profession you don't need the smarts to learn medicine, the selflessness to sacrifice sleep and rest in favor of helping the sick, the bravery to cut into someone's bodily cavity, and the truthfulness to deliver bad news or admit when you don't know something.

Clearly it would take a special brain to use more than one of these qualities not only simultaneously but EVER.

No wonder this world does not work well. I mean, how well does complete segregation work to create peace instead of creating new lines of division of "Us vs.

Clearly complete segregation would do wonders to solve the violence-causing issues in the world. History showed us many examples of that.

And I cannot believe that up until this point in that universe nobody questioned the validity of this structure.

I want to be brave, and selfless, and smart, and kind, and honest. Did it take centuries to come to this conclusion? It's probably the sheer amount of action in this book - nonstop action that makes action-heavy plot itself giddy from action overload.

Did I mention action? Running, jumping, falling, fist-fighting, knife-fighting, shooting, running, punching - all that while she, a special Divergent snowflake, learns to fit in among the Dauntless, the Gryffindor-brave read: stupidly reckless faction of this universe.

And she shoots her friend AFTER she thinks she won points with God by not killing the villain. Somewhere there is a girl who tries to understand what people are going through, who accepts that people do evil things and that desperation lead s them to darker places than they ever imagined.

I swear she exists, and she hurts for the repentant boy I see in front of me. My body feels rigid and cold, and I am not angry, I am not hurt, I am nothing.

His are dark and glassy. I am nothing. You may not be prepared for what's coming. Yes, almost the entire book is the scenes of Tris training to become super-awesome, occasionally punctuated by the scenes of mandatory self-doubt.

She kicks ass literally and she is loving it. Of course, in the way mandatory to all YA dystopias, her training just proves that this plain little average humble girl is the sexy badass that is better than anyone else at whatever she chooses to do, and somehow will be number one no matter what she does because she is, well, special.

Because, it seems, ever since Rocky Balboa took the second place we have become accustomed to root for the seeming underdog - but that underdog now invariably turns out to be the winner of whatever competition there may be in the book - and the hottest male lead as a special prize.

Those rare times the underdog loses. This is not the case in this book. And yet, annoying as these scenes are, they are still so much fun to read.

Silly, shallow, mindless fun - the kind you get when you playing a fast-paced videogame, perhaps - but fun nevertheless.

Yes, most of the action here is juvenile and seems pointless as a part of faction training - but hey, so is shooting up the heads of videogame aliens.

But it's still entertaining. So here's what I'm trying to say here: Suspend your disbelief, don't think too hard about what's happening, approach it as just fun - and you will be rewarded with a fun ride, like that giant rollercoaster in the amusement park that is worth it while you're on it and slightly less worth it when you're puking up your lunch into a trashcan afterwards.

Would I have given this book the GR Choice Awards? No, and I would not give one to 50 Shades of Grey either. And of course, my opinion is NEVER wrong, right?

But for the entertainment value alone I will give it 2. Still, I'm undecided whether I care enough about what happens to Tris to invest time into reading the sequel.

And here is the review for the final installment in the series, 'Allegiant'. Spoiler: these books get worse and worse. As seen on The Readventurer We all know why Divergent was written.

Public wants to read more dystopian stories, publishers want to sell them, authors want to write them. Everyone is happy. I have read a few new dystopias recently and liked or disliked them to various degrees.

There are dystopias for any taste, dystopias that emphasize separate aspect As seen on The Readventurer We all know why Divergent was written.

There are dystopias for any taste, dystopias that emphasize separate aspects of the trilogy. There are dystopias that bank on romance Matched or Delirium.

There are dystopias that take the shock value route Wither. And then there is Divergent that caters to the crowd who wants more action in their dystopias.

And action this novel delivers! In a few words, Divergent is a one long initiation trial. Beatrice Prior is a member of a society that has been maintaining its peaceful existence by separating its citizens into 5 distinct factions.

These factions are formed on the basis of virtues they cultivate in their members - Candor values honesty the most, Abnegation - selflessness, Dauntless - bravery, Amity - peacefulness and Erudite - intelligence.

At 16 all citizens take a test that is supposed to help them decide if they want to stay with the faction into which they were born or transfer to another faction forever.

Beatrice's test results are inconclusive and puzzling. Ultimately she decides to abandon her own faction Abnegation and her family and enter another Dauntless.

But of course, the transfer is not easy. The initiation trials are grueling. Divergent is essentially a depiction of Beatrice's road to becoming a Dauntless, both physically and emotionally.

Beatrice's unusual test results come to play too, and in a major way. This emphasis on multiple trials and exercises is the strongest and the weakest part of the story.

Veronica Roth has a special talent for writing great fighting scenes, pulse-raising and adrenaline-pumping scenes. Her imagination in terms of inventing different tests and challenges seems to be limitless.

Something exciting happens to Beatrice every day of her trials. But that is also the weakness of the story. The actual story starts only around page of this page book.

Only then stakes are raised and real action begins. If you ask me, pages is a lot of prep to finally get to the meat of the story.

Don't get me wrong, I liked the book 3 stars means "i liked it" on Goodreads. Divergent is good entertainment. I liked it, I was engaged in the story, I was even excited quite often.

But something was missing for me. The novel has good characters, but they are not quite as interesting and compelling as they could have been; it has a lot of action, but the justification for the amount of violence involved is not quite adequate; it has a cute romance, but it never quite makes your heart contract in that sweet, painful way you know what I am talking about, don't you?

I liked Divergent. I liked it more than Matched , Delirium or Wither. I liked it less than Blood Red Road or Ship Breaker. It entertained me.

It promotes all the good things - bravery and self-sufficiency, friendships, honesty, determination. It is all about girl empowerment. But as the same time it isn't particularly thought-provoking or chilling.

It never truly touched my heart. It is a write-by-numbers dystopia. The verdict? I guess, you'll have to see for yourself?

While I am on the subject of dystopias and have your attention, I want to recommend one of my most favorite dystopias that doesn't get nearly as much acknowledgment as it deserves.

Please, check out Neal Shusterman 's Unwind You will not regret it. Dear Hunger Games, I miss you. I really do. Our relationship is over and done with but the memory of you still lingers on.

I don't think I'll ever be over you. You are fucking special. It took me some time, but I finally met a new girl.

Her name is Divergent. She's quiet and strong and short-tempered and insular and brave But is she really? This is hard for me to admit Dear Hunger Games, I miss you.

This is hard for me to admit but I think I was initially attracted to her because she reminded me so much of you.

I know it's not fair for me to think this way, I should be looking at her on her own merits. At the very least I could have looked at the relationship as a fun rebound and not as a search for a replacement you.

Easier said than done. I loved you, I love you, I'll always love you First of all, she copies all of your moves and all of your traits.

It's so obvious. It's clear she's modeled her whole life on you and what you've achieved. At first that similarity is what caught my eye about her.

And she is an exciting person, she's always hurtling forward, she barely stops to take a breath. I like that. But in the end, there's also a fakeness and even a kind of desperation.

She's not you, not even close. Why can't she be her own person? Unlike you, she's really into guns. I know you see the necessity of guns, sometimes, but I also know you don't see them as an answer.

I didn't mind her love of guns at first - I kinda like guns, I'll admit that. But eventually I realized she was equating the use of guns with bravery.

What the hell? On the one hand she says "true bravery is selflessness" but on the other hand she insists that she doesn't feel fully herself unless she has a gun in her hand.

She also has a thing against intellectuals. She finds them innately suspicious and they are the first kind of person she'll automatically reject.

Honestly I don't know where that comes from. But it makes my skin crawl. With all the gun love and the anti-brains bias, she reminds me at times of my redneck relatives.

Which is not attractive. The worst thing - and I know I'm about to sound like a real dick here - is that I've realized she is actually pretty stupid.

She breaks people down into different groups, just like you do. But while you have a realistic, complicated perspective on class and power and economics and the media and self-awareness and how all of those things contribute to the boxes we put ourselves into, the decisions we make, who we are Abnegation, Candor, Erudite, Dauntless, and Amity.

My God, she even lumps adjectives and nouns together as her labels - as if they were the same thing! It's teeth-grindingly naive and yet this idea of hers is her whole foundation.

Even worse, she seems to think that only the very rare person, the very special few, are able to combine these traits in relatively equal proportions.

To be "Divergent". Sometimes I wonder if she's actually ever really known a person. Her theory is like something a child thought up. Okay now I'm feeling bad for bashing her so much so I'll say some good things.

She can be pretty enthusiastic and, at her best, she can keep me up all night just having fun. Her insights about this guy Al you don't know him and you probably wouldn't like him are really surprising and deep.

So she's not that shallow, not really. She has her moments. And just like you, she sure knows how to make some money.

Still, I don't think I will be continuing the relationship. She seems really cool and smart and mysterious. I'm looking forward to getting to know her.

But in the end, you know you'll always be number one. New week, New BookTube Video - all about the best and worst literary apocalypses to live through!

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Adore the will-they-won't-they love from Twilight? Well, here's the watered down combination of every YA series out there.

There's Tris - the most annoying main character I've met in a while. The pendulum swings from - from "oh look at me I am such an innocent little a New week, New BookTube Video - all about the best and worst literary apocalypses to live through!

The pendulum swings from - from "oh look at me I am such an innocent little abnegation gal - I don't even look into a mirror cause I'm so selfless" to and this is within a couple of chapters "I'm the strongest girl ever, selfish to the max, got a hot boyfriend, suck it" Doch die Pläne zu einer "Bestimmung"-Serie wurden inzwischen eingestellt, wie BuzzFeed im Dezember berichtete.

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Directed by Neil Burger. With Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet, Jai Courtney. In a world divided by factions based on virtues, Tris learns she's Divergent and won't fit in. Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) lives in a futuristic world in which society is divided into five factions. As each person enters adulthood, he or she must choose a faction and commit to it for life. Blog. Jan. 20, Over 1 million people now use Prezi Video to share content with their audiences; Jan. 15, How to create a webinar that resonates with remote audiences. Die Bestimmung - Divergent ist die Verfilmung des ersten Teiles der Trilogie Die Bestimmung. Regie führte Neil Burger. Am März startete der Film in US-amerikanischen Kinos. In Deutschland lief der Film am April an. 1 Zusammenfassung 2 Cast 3 Trivia 4 Videos In Beatrice Prior´s dystopischen Welt, in der die Gesellschaft in fünf Fraktionen aufgeteilt ist, die jeweils für. Die Verfilmung der erfolgreichen Romantrilogie von Veronica Roth trifft den Nerv der Zeit, denn das, wogegen in der Geschichte angekämpft wird, hat sich scho.

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Dort trifft sie auf Four, der sie und die anderen Fraktionswechsler durch die Phasen der Initiation begleitet.
Die.Bestimmung Ganz gleich, zu welcher Fraktion du gehörst, an dieser Stelle erfährst du schon montags, was die Woche für dich bereithält. Solltest du in zwei aufeinander folgenden Wochen dasselbe Horoskop angezeigt bekommen, bedeutet dies, dass du ein Problem hast, um das du dich vordringlich kümmern solltest. 1/30/ · Die Romantrilogie "Die Bestimmung" von Veronica Roth fand aufgrund ihres großen Erfolges schnell den Weg auf die Kinoleinwand. Bücher wie Filme spielen in einer dystopischen Welt, in der die Menschen in klare Fraktionen geteilt sind. 3/20/ · Set in a futuristic dystopia where society is divided into five factions that each represent a different virtue, teenagers have to decide if they want to stay in their faction or switch to another - for the rest of their lives. Tris Prior makes a choice that surprises everyone/10(K). Ryan Gilbey. Allen Almachar. May 20, In einer Gesellschaft der fernen Zukunft werden die Menschen aufgrund ihrer Begabungen in fünf Gruppen eingeteilt. Die junge Tris Prior trägt aber die Begabungen aller Gruppen in sich - sie ist eine `Unbestimmte'. Dennoch schließt sie sich den. Die Bestimmung – Divergent (Originaltitel: Divergent) ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr Der Regisseur Neil Burger produzierte​. Die Bestimmung – Allegiant (Originaltitel: The Divergent Series: Allegiant) ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr , der auf dem Buch. Die Bestimmung (Die Bestimmung-Reihe, Band 1): joanporredon.com: Roth, Veronica, Koob-Pawis, Petra: Bücher. Jumping off a roof. AlbertDrew Leighton DivergentEric DivergentBeatrice PriorPeter If you ask me, pages is a lot of prep to finally get to the meat of the Ludwig Trepte. She can be pretty enthusiastic and, at her best, Bailey Ein Freund Fürs Leben Stream Deutsch can keep me up all The Kings Of Summer Stream just having fun. I wonder what kind of personality types would enjoy this novel? Der Kinostart für die Fortsetzung Die Bestimmung — Ascendant war in den USA ursprünglich für den I can't, I can't even One Piece Ende to her thunder thighs, Tris was "forced" to walk back in a towel to the dorms. Stuart Levy. Anyway, the point is that Divergent has no political or social relevance and the fictional society is just not going to happen in a million years. They wear all gray, eat insipid food, and everything is considered self-indulgent to them. Erudite values knowledge. They're referred to as "selfless leaders in government" at one point, but when is it ever smart to have one faction in control? It provided a nice build up. Junkie XL.


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