By Veronica Roth
I read a lot of books because my daughters tell me I should. That means I read a good amount of Teen Fiction. Of all the dystopian series I've read, the Divergent trilogy is my favorite. There is a good amount of moral, virtuous advice and action taking place, if you can get past how easily it is for teens to kill.
My two favorite quotes from Insurgent:
Sometimes," he says, sliding his arm across my shoulders, "people just want to be happy, even if it's not real." Pg 68
(Isn't this a problem for our society?)
"'Let the guilt teach you how to behave next time,' my father would say." Pg 158
(I'm not sure any of us want to pay attention to that voice inside telling us we've done wrong, let alone listen long enough to learn from it.)