Divergent is a hard book to summarize. Basically, Beatrice, or Tris, ends up choosing Dauntless as her faction and struggles with the secret of being Divergent, whatever that means to her, and through Dauntless initiation. She finds friends and becomes close with her instructor, Four. As she grows, she finds the people she thought she knew aren't really who she thought they were, and the world isn't as perfect as it seems to be. Tris has to find where she belongs before everything she once knew is destroyed. But even then, could it ever be stopped?
I would rate this a 10 out of 10 (well really a 13 out of 10 but yeah) because it was so well written it keeps you gripped all throughout the book, even though the word Divergent really doesn't become important in the plotline until over halfway through the book. Veronica Roth wrote it so well, so intricately and interestingly, it would inspire, capture, and amaze every reader who comes by. Sadly, though, it would be best for older kids because of content. It's a f.l.a.w.l.e.s.s. read though.