Our hosts are back, discussing the second book in the Divergent trilogy, Insurgent. There is a lot to go over in this book: visiting the different factions, Tris’s PTSD, the motivations of the untrustworthy and how this book stacks up against the last. Listen and tell us what you think about all these things and more!
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-Feb 20 (US), Apr 10 (UK)
-Based on the novel by Kody Keplinger
-Feb 27 (US), Sep 26, 2014 (UK)
-Based on Dead Stars by Bruce Wagner
-Premieres Feb 27 on Netflix
-Based on the novel by Michael Dobbs and the BBC television series
-by Veronica Roth
-published in 2012
-the second book in the Divergent series (covered Divergent in episodes 78 and 80)
–Dauntless: Tris, Four, Christina, Uriah, Lynn, Marlene, Peter, Tori
–Erudite: Jeanine, Caleb, Cara, Fernando
–Abnegation: Marcus, Susan
–Candor: Jack Kang
–Factionless: Evelyn, Therese, Edward
–seeing all the faction headquarters, spends time in each one
–Tris and Four: how healthy is this?
–every faction(less) has a very different reaction to helping them: Johanna, Jack, Evelyn
–The City is really just there to breed a certain kind of people…
–expanding (book 1: Dauntless, book 2: The City, book 3: the world?)
–Amity stays uninvolved
–Attack on Candor, looking for Divergents
–Candor aligns with Erudite, kinda
–Back to Dauntless, Jeanine delivers the message
–Tris turns herself over to Erudite, is experimented on, Caleb?!
–Four shows up, Peter breaks them out
–Abnegation with the factionless, a tense alliance
–Tris helps Marcus, attack on Erudite
–Tori kills Jeanine, Tris yells at Four
–Evelyn takes control, but Four shows the video
-themes/issues: Divergent (being more than one thing), oppression, government, death and sacrifice (being okay with dying). the greater good
The Divergent Series: Insurgent (2015)
-In theaters March 20
-Written by Brian Duffield, Akiva Goldsman, and Mark Bomback
-Directed by Robert Schwentke
-Starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Zoe Kravitz, Ansel Elgort, Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts
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