Your Reading List (Based On Your Divergent Faction!)

Looking for your next great read? We've got you covered. Most Divergent fans have placed themselves in the appropriate faction (if you haven't yet, take the test here!) so whether you're one of the brave, honest, or fearless, we've got a couple of suggestions you're going to love.

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Abnegation (The Selfless):

Looking for Alaska by John Green and Angelfall by Susan Ee

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Putting the needs of others before your own is never easy, but these enthralling books are a beautiful reflection of what it means to be truly selfless.

Erudite (The Intelligent):

Red Rising by Pierce Brown and The Mad Scientist's Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke

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There's a reason they say "knowledge is power." Find out just how far knowledge can get you in war, and love, with these critically acclaimed (and super fun to read) novels.

Dauntless (The Brave):

Under the Never Sky Veronica Rossi and The 5th Wave by Rick Yancy

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Whether you're crossing a violent desert in search of your mother or running from mysterious creatures from another world, fear cannot be allowed to take control. The heroes in these stories bring new meaning to the word "brave."

Amity (The Peaceful):

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven and Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira

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Kindness is even more valuable than you think. Simple acts of kindness get the characters in these books to places they never imagined. 

Candor (The Honest):

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz andVanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver

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It's vital, but not always easy, to be truthful. While it's important to be honest to others, it's just as important to be honest to yourself–a tough lesson these characters learn the hard way.

Bonus points for all of the Divergents out there. You should check out ALL of these books! 

What's your favorite on the list? Tell us if it matches your faction in the comments, and join the Divergent conversation in our community at