A Bookworm's Closet

Travelling the World Through Pages


Veronica Roth



I am not sure why I took so long to get around reading Insurgent. Nut I couldn’t bring myself to read it straight after Divergent. I think I just want to bask in the amazing feeling of experiencing Divergent first. Anyway, I decided to re-read Divergent and read Insurgent in preparation of Allegiant. It was amazing, astonishing, and horrifyingly brilliant. I can’t express my thoughts and feelings on how I feel about this. This might be potentially be a dramatic review, just a warning. Continue reading “Insurgent”

Carve the Mark


I LOVE that the characters are so aware of what they’re doing. It’s fine to have a story filled with unassuming characters who fall into events accidentally, but I believe allowing characters to choose, even when the choices are bad, especially when the choices are bad adds a level of intricacy to a story that piques interest. When characters are faced with uncertain circumstances, sometimes they choose right or wrong, but it’s easy to let them off the hook. When faced with certain circumstances with known negative consequences and they still choose a “bad” path, it is so much more interesting to read. And it’s not just the “good” characters who display this moral dichotomy. There’s the “bad” guy who has to drug himself to hurt people because it upsets him. There’s the “bad” guy who seems evil but is really just very detached from reality. There are several others, but I don’t want want to share more details for the fear of spoiling you. Continue reading “Carve the Mark”



I have to admit that Divergent is a hard book to write to a no spoiler review over. It is also a hard book to just not tally fangirl throughout the review. Words can not explain how much I loved this book. I initially put off reading Divergent because everybody loved this book so much. I didn’t want to disappoint anybody or have to write a negative review over this book so I put off reading it. I also didn’t want there to be another book that my friends loved and I didn’t. Continue reading “Divergent”

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