By: Veronica Roth Genre: Non-Fiction Sub Genre: Realistic Fiction
x Four or Tobias Eaton: Tobias Eaton was a boy of sixteen years old who has problems with his father. His father would punish him to things tobias had never done. He goes into a simulation room. Tori, a lady that is young and has tattoos all over her arms and neck, give the simulation to Tobias Eaton and he takes it. He then finds out that he is Divergent.
x Marcus Eaton: Marcus is the father of Tobias Eaton (Four). He is a Child Abuser. To Four.
x Tris (not protagonist)
She is an american author. She was born in New York. She was born on August 19,1988. She is currently 26 She have written the Divergent Trilogy and of course Four.
There was a conflict. Tobias had to confront with which faction he had to go to. He had taken the test of what faction he had to go to. His instructor, Tori, had looked over his results and said that his test results were varied. He had to choose to go to another faction other than Abnegation. Or go factionless.
The setting to this book were a lot. There was... £Abnegation place. £Dauntless quarters. £The simulation test room.
The mood to the book Four was kind of self-confronting , adventurous and maybe sad.
Tobias in this book, is that he had two options and he had to choose which option benifts his future. He choose to be in Dauntless and have regreted going to Dauntless and thats why he had said no to some leader options.
Did i like the book?
In my opinion, I did like the book. I am a Divergent fan and i wanted to see how Four/Tobias point of view was at the time. It was great. I loved the details that there were in the book, how Veronica Roth described how Four.
Why did i get the book?
I got the book because I love reading books after a trilogy or some what. But the character in Diverent had inspired me to read Four.
Nice tackk, but proofreading would really bring it up a notch. People see proofreading as such a small thing, but a grammar/spelling/punctuation error is truly the quickest way to de-value something that is great.