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Bookish: How did u decide on a YA novel adaptation for your volgende project?
Evan Daugherty: I was looking at a lot of things – a lot of comic books–and reading a lot of books, and in the process of that…I read five of these YA books. I read “Pure” door Julianna Baggott, “Legend” [by Marie Lu], “Delirium” [by Lauren Oliver] and “This Dark Endeavor” [by Kenneth Oppel]–it’s kind of a cool, young adult version of the “Frankenstein” story.
Bookish: So u obviously read some populair stuff being shopped around–why did u choose to adapt ”Divergent?”
ED: It’s a mutual...
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Teen Read Week was October 14th through 20th, but here at The Hub, we’re celebrating for ten days so we can bring u interviews, guest posts, videos, and meer with each of the authors whose boeken made this year’s Teens’ top, boven Ten. Today we feature Veronica Roth, whose book Divergent is #1 on this year’s list.

Divergent is a book about bravery, self-determination, friendship, family, loyalty, and making choices. It is a book that positively captivated (not just) teen readers across the nation, myself included. When gegeven the opportunity, I jumped at the chance to ask Veronica Roth a few...
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There is a lot going around that Divergent is a rip off of The Hunger Games. I don't agree. I like them both equally but I don't see them being the same. there are notable differences between the two.

Let's start with the obvious:

The kids in Divergent aren't fighting in a game of life of death on television.

Yes, they both take place in dystopian worlds but their dystopian worlds are different than eachother. in Katniss's it's poverty, with Tris, she has it a little better than Katniss.

But really, I don't like them being compared to eachother. it was the same with Harry potter and Twilight and look how that turned out.