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Last three scenes from Fours POV were the best parts of this book. First Jumper—Tris Careful —Tris You look good—Tris When i closed this book all submerged feelings of Divergent came back on the surface all over again.
If you loved Four like i did then read it. If you didn't then leave it. I will leave you with these gif. But common how can i resist these quotes and our good old Four.
View all 12 comments. Aug 03, karen rated it liked it Shelves: A Divergent Story Collection contains all of the following short stories: A Divergent Story 2.
A Divergent Story 3. A Divergent Story 4. Jun 29, Alexa rated it it was amazing Shelves: I soaked this goodness right up and I couldn't help this surge of devastation and sadness as I closed the book one final time.
It made me want to jump up and re-read Divergent immediately Divergent only , reading the other two would be much too painful , and it made me realize how much I love Tris and Four's relationship as well.
Aaaannd then of course there's Veronica Roth's beautiful writing. Just, so much love. View all 21 comments. Reading about this universe from Four's POV was really fascinating.
It was nice to get to see what he thought in those situations. Of course, I already knew a lot of what was going to happen so there were not too many surprises in this book.
I just really loved reading scenes with Four and Tris in particular. Apart from that I can't get enough from Veronica Roth.
She should consider writing faster, cause I'm desperate for more. Veronica is seriously one of the most amazing writes in YA today. Find more of my books on Instagram Aug 01, Heather 'Bookables' rated it it was amazing Shelves: It should come as no suprise that I rated this book as a 5.
I have always dubbed Four as my fictional husband will always continue to do so. I loved this entire book and devoured it within hours.
I loved learning about Four's past and how he came to be Dauntless and even meeting Tris. There's not much else to say really.
I don't want to spoil the Divergent trilogy for anyone who hasn't read it. I will say you have to read it though!
It's one of my favorite series, ever!! Fans of the Divergent book series not the movie and fans of Tobias. I think I'm going to die.
Buy the book, read it, love it then die. I bought the book. I'm gonna die soon. Jun 28, Laz rated it it was amazing Shelves: I can't help sobbing right now because I just realized that I've read about everything Divergent as of now.
I can always re-read the books and novellas but I'm not ever going to read about Tris or Tobias in new adventures. I've loved this characters for so long.
I've cherished them for so long. They both hold a place in my heart. It's been a year since I read Allegiant and I'm still sad and stunned about it.
With these novellas a chapter just closed, I think. Tobias is one of the most incredible I can't help sobbing right now because I just realized that I've read about everything Divergent as of now.
Tobias is one of the most incredible characters ever written. He's not just tough as nails, he's also sensitive and he's not just loving, he's caring.
He is a character with a lot of shit in his past, I think we all know that. Despite that, he didn't let it pull him down. He grew past his problems and he became an amazing human being.
In these novellas, we see his progress into being a human. He is hateful in the beginning, he doesn't crack a smile, he doesn't laugh, he doesn't love but we learn that in time he changes into someone with not just a past, but into someone who knows he's got a future.
He is not a delusional character, he know who he is, he knows what he is and what he's about. He doesn't just stand by and watch everything go down in flames, he does something about it instead.
Just like Allegiant, I loved loved loved the way Mrs. Roth presents us his mind. I love his point of view more than anything.
I love his beliefs, and I love who he is and I love the fact that he is not afraid of being afraid. In the last novella, The Traitor , we see how he falls in love.
How it's not just beauty that sings to him but also the personality, he falls in love out of the pure emotions that girl, Tris, triggers in him.
He doesn't find her gorgeous, he finds her interesting. His first instinct isn't that of protection, he wants to push her until she breaks just so see how brave and tough she is.
She is the first person he felt emotions towards to, and by that I don't mean friendly feelings. He learned to love. He and Tris learned to love each other, together.
No, no, they didn't learn to love each other, they just loved each other more by loving one another. That's what it took for them to fall in love together, a brush of their hands, a gentle move..
At some point I'm going to grow so homesick of this series and I'll grab them and read them again because I just can't not love them as much as I do.
My first reaction to the book While I was reading Yup that sums it up. View all 10 comments. Me ha costado, de alguna manera, verme atrapado en la novela.
Sin embargo, no creo que las historias le hagan justicia como personaje. Me costaba coger el libro para leerlo, y me he tenido que obligar en ocasiones a terminar alguna de las historias.
Las tres escenas con Tris contadas desde el punto de vista de Cuatro son un contenido extra bastante En definitiva, no son historias del todo malas, pero no aportan nada.
Como dice Goodreads con esta nota: Jul 28, Natalie Monroe rated it liked it Recommends it for: She has that side, too, she must have it.
I saw the way she looked when she beat Molly, like she was going to keep going whether her opponent was unconscious or not.
Maybe she and I are the same. We all remember the disaster that is Allegiant. Tris and Four's voice are totally indistinguishable.
Reading a novella entirely in his POV has made me all the more sure. I don't think it's Roth being unable to write a believable male "I look down at her.
I don't think it's Roth being unable to write a believable male POV. It's a narrative problem; she is incapable of changing style.
Of course, we won't know for sure until her untitled duology comes out, but it's my verdict for now. What's there to talk about in this collection of short stories?
The complete and utter pointlessness. We don't learn anything about Four the original series hasn't told us. He's selfless, a Tris carbon copy, yadda, yadda, yadda.
We get the Midnight Sun treatment during romantic scenes between him and Tris. I don't know if it's an Abnegation thing, but his thoughts are far too clean for an year-old boy.
Uber Divergent fans will gobble this collection up like cake. For the casual reader, a. Mar 06, C. Drews rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was just perfection.
I couldn't be any more happy with this little skydive back into the Divergent world. I love Veronica Roth's books so, so much and Four was awesome.
I mean just look at him. Isn't he so approachable?! Yes yes, of course. There's a collection of four duh short stories and the whole book comes to around pages.
SO not enough, if you want my opinion. I'm almost disappointed at how short some where. But anyway, let's break this down, shall we? I loved this one the most, I think.
It really showed Four when he was Tobias And just his longing for a better life and absolute resignation at being beaten by Marcus. This was probably the most powerfully written one.
I wish it'd been longer. My only critique is I mean, c'mon, who actually does that? I just had no interest in any of the characters. I couldn't feel anything for them.
They all seemed like teenage cliches, not real people. In fact, the whole book had a distinctly teenagerish feel, which is not necessarily a bad thing for a book to be and completely understandable considering it's YA, but that doesn't mean it has to suck.
I enjoy plenty of YA and children's books, but this one was just.. The writing was serviceable, although again, very bland and uninspired.
Plus, there are some pretty questionable ethical issues when it comes to the "authoring" of this book and whether the author who wrote the bulk of it was fairly compensated.
See here for more info. I wasn't at all surprised to learn about the conditions that the book was written under, as that's exactly what it reads like - some kind of mass-produced, commercial product coming out of a YA-book-trend factory.
There's no handmade flourishes, no artistry and no heart. It's like they just grabbed a bunch of cliches and popular YA trends - a love triangle, magic powers, etc.
That's not writing, it's a tragedy. View all 13 comments. Apr 30, Amanda rated it did not like it Shelves: You know the most suspenseful, well-written part of I am Number Four?
I am number four. I certainly thought so, which is why I read it. Now I wish I had just left it on the shelf and let the power of those two lines remain my only association with the novel.
I'm about to point out several flaws to which many people will say, "Yeah, but it's young adult fiction. There is some damn fine young adult science fiction out there I offer The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins or the Chaos Walking trilogy by Patrick Ness as prime examples of intelligent, well-written young adult fare , but I am Number Four should not be listed among them.
The initial premise is that Number Four aka John Smith is an alien from Lorien who, along with nine other children, was sent to earth as a small child to escape the destruction of his planet by the Mogadorians.
The plan is for the children to survive and later return to repopulate the planet. Knowing the Mogadorians would hunt the children down, they are bound together by a charm that prevents them from being killed out of their numeric order.
When one of them is killed, a spiral scar is seared into the leg of the remaining Loriens, signaling the threat level to the next in line.
So far, so good. This is, unfortunately, when the whole thing starts falling apart: Fortunately, before it was too late, the Lorien people got their collective act together to save the planet.
As a thank you, the planet gave powers known as legacies to some of the citizenry. These legacies begin to manifest as a Lorien becomes a teenager and, guess what?
These include hands that glow like flashlights lame , the ability to communicate with animals meh , a fireproof body getting better , invisibility now this could be something worthwhile , and telekinesis Yahtzee!
The overt environmental message here is blatant and didactic: Those who got the planetary shaft in this deal became known as "cepans" whose job was to train and protect those with legacies.
If you have magic powers, why do you need a bodyguard? When the Lorien nine were sent to earth, each was given their own cepan to help raise and protect them until their legacies became evident.
This makes a little more sense, but also raises the question of why didn't they send young adults whose powers had already matured to earth? Instead, Lorien is basically destroyed by the Mogadorians and the fate of the Lorien race is put on pause while they wait for their saviors to stop drooling and shitting themselves.
Apparently, "intelligence" was not one of the legacies bestowed upon the Loriens. John is bland vanilla-ville. He complains and whines his way through the novel.
Sarah's sweetness is gag-reflex inducing and, despite the inevitable romance between the two, there's absolutely no chemistry. They seem to have fallen in love in the span of 5 nanoseconds and then spend the rest of the novel swapping the vapid sweet-nothings typical of a couple in a Valentine's Day commercial for Zales.
They both know that the three other Loriens have been killed, they know the Mogadorians are closing in, and they know John is number four.
So what do they do? John openly uses his powers and draws more attention to himself than a neon light outside a strip club, Henri goes and stirs up a nest of Mogadorians in a town two hours away, etc.
However, do they get the hell out of Dodge? I would think all of these would take a backseat to the fact that John's number is literally up.
The one that really killed me was "It's a great house. A classic family home with bedrooms on the second floor, an attic where one of her brothers has his room, and all of the living spaces - the living room, dining room, kitchen and family room - on the first floor.
I love the layout. I've seen the movie previews and noted that Timothy Olyphant plays Henri I won't lie--this, too, initially drew me to the book.
Dear God, do not let this connection forever ruin Raylan Givens for me. I could go on, but I won't. Basically, the author has taken equal parts Superman, X-Men, and Twilight , blended them together in a concoction as delightful as swill and served it with a heaping side-order of teenage angst, a la "I feel so out of place and no one understands me.
Maybe it's because I'm really different. And not the short bus special, but really special special. I'm in favor of anything that gets them to read, but this is too predictable for most adults or teenagers with more literary sensibilities.
Cross posted at This Insignificant Cinder View all 18 comments. You know the characterization sucks when the best character in the book is the dog View all 5 comments.
Aug 21, Michelle. OK, I loved this book. The whole concept of the book was amazing! But I got this weird vibe coming from deep within me after I finished reading the book.
And it really annoyed me and angered me. Here I am, just finished reading this amazing book, and i have this weird vibe just radiating from me. It took me a few days to figure out what it was, so I will explain to you what the OK, I loved this book.
It took me a few days to figure out what it was, so I will explain to you what the weird vibe was.
I felt like the book should have been longer. It just felt like everything was happened too fast even though it had an average speed. That my head was thinking something totally different than my body.
My body was thinking something else. Which is really creepy in my opinion. The book should have just been longer.
Stupid random weird body feeling that have a mind of their own. I wonder why that had to happen Message me if you wanna know.
I gave this book 4 stars because of my annoying weird feeling that made me cut it down. There is one thing I am confused about though If Sam went with them, wouldn't anyone notice that he isn't there?
Other than Sarah and Mark but Dec 02, Scarlet Cameo rated it did not like it. En fin, una perdida de tiempo.
May 15, Aj the Ravenous Reader rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is an entertaining and easy read.
It reminds you of Superman plus X-men which means this book contains a really cool story with really cool characters.
The story begins so intensely, it grabbed my focus immediately. Its movie adaptation is good enough, though not as good as the book.
I wonder when the movie sequels will come. Sep 19, Sh3llraiser marked it as to-read Shelves: I mean, cray cray mixed.
I mean, aliens, right? Jul 12, Suzanne rated it it was amazing. I cannot believe I waited so long to start this series! I am going to go get the others at the library throughout the next few weeks.
This is a very fascinating plot and the characters are so likeable! Dec 14, Annalisa rated it liked it Shelves: Years ago I was watching The X-Files movie and during the climax scene Mulder and Scully need to get out of some remote, creepy warehouse before the building is destroyed probably by aliens; it was always aliens that messed up Mulder's plans, and the show.
Once upon a time X-Files was one of my favorite shows until they fell on the alien crutch every singe episode and gave up on coming up with with cool sci-fi explanations for the unexplained.
Aliens ruin another good story, sigh. But I digress Years ago I was watching The X-Files movie and during the climax scene Mulder and Scully need to get out of some remote, creepy warehouse before the building is destroyed probably by aliens; it was always aliens that messed up Mulder's plans, and the show.
But I digress, back to the movie. Only Mulder and Scully aren't running or scheming or even freaking out. They're talking, without a hint of panic, while in my brain I'm shouting at them "Move!
Or you're going to die! Okay, fine, if you're not worried about your predicament, I don't know why I should be. Big, tense scene coming up, but instead of the characters being proactive or planning or running or doing anything at all, they sit around and wait for the cool action scenes to fall upon them.
For all their awesome powers and abilities, they don't do much to fight or consider the obvious strategies that would get them out of their predicaments.
I wish the author more ranting about that later would have planned the segues and logistics behind those scenes that will look cool on the big screen instead focusing so much on the action so I didn't find myself rolling my eyes so much in the last hundred pages.
All the workings were there for a great climax if it had just been crafted a little better. But let's talk about the rest of the book.
The premise is that nine alien children from a destroyed planet are hiding out on earth until they develop their powers and are strong enough to fight back.
But their destroyers are on earth tracking and killing the children one by one. The novel begins when the first three have been killed and number four knows he's next.
I'm not a huge fan of alien plot stories, but it was a good premise, and I was hooked from the first page. The balance of answering my questions while keeping me intrigued about what I didn't know until I cared enough about number four to find out the rest of his story was perfectly done.
That balance of pacing is something that is very hard to get just right in commercial fiction and it's done just right here to keep to you glued to the story.
In fact, until the climax read like a choreographed fight, I probably would have given this four stars.
I liked number four never really came to think of him as John and was vested in his story, and while I think Sarah could have been better defined, more than just gorgeous and empty, for an action book, the characterization wasn't bad.
Sometimes alien was too-convenient answer, there were some holes and mistakes that most people probably wouldn't stop to think about, and the chameleon was way too obvious, but overall I found the description of this other planet and people interesting and well done.
Very imaginative and creative. Normally I'd think present tense would be perfect for a fast-paced action story, but something about the dry short, choppy sentences a guy obviously wrote this coupled with the present tense rated on my nerves as childish.
But all of that is details. The story was good and I can see why people are caught up in it and why it's been optioned as a movie.
The bad news comes in the form of the sequel What's worse is that Frey owns the rights to the work and doesn't have to use the author's writing or credit him in anyway.
You can read the abysmal contract here. A guy named Jobie Hughes is one of the authors who took up Frey's offer in hopes of making a name for himself in the publishing industry.
I Am Number Four is his creation, thus the pseudonym. He has since parted ways with Frey good for him , but he doesn't own the rights to his baby.
So if there is a sequel, he will not be the one to write it. All of this did nothing to change my opinion of the book only Frey , but it is disheartening to see a promising series get lost in a war over money.
Jun 23, Mizuki added it Shelves: I don't plan to read that book. But right now I'm watching the movie Here's a few things I noticed Plus, since the main character is a boy instead of a girl, so we got a Pretty Blond Girl instead of a Prince I don't plan to read that book.
Plus, since the main character is a boy instead of a girl, so we got a Pretty Blond Girl instead of a Prince Charming, Bullies instead of a Queen Bee, but the Geek is still the Geek here 4 The soundtracks of the movie are damn annoying.
Because being ugly or bad looking usually is a sign of being evil, and God forbid the good guys to be anything less than good looking!
And I have decided I'm not going to get anywhere near the book! View all 16 comments. Mar 28, Evangelin rated it really liked it Shelves: I was addicted to this book because of the concept of this book.
I will explain to you in short about the story line. Ever wondered that maybe all of them who are in this world aren't normal people? What if they have special powers??
Even your best friend could be one of them. Nine people along with their guardians are on a run. They come from a far away planet called Lorian which is ten times smaller than Ear "I Am Number Four" is an interesting novel packed with action,YA and romance.
They come from a far away planet called Lorian which is ten times smaller than Earth. All of them look just like us.
Go to high school like us. But they are not us. They have special powers. Their planet,Lorien,had been attacked and destroyed. The nine of them Garde and their guardians Cepan are the only ones who have survived.
They arrived on Earth and have parted ways. They are in hiding in different parts of the world. Before the had left the planet,the elders of that planet had put a charm and linked them all together so that if one of them dies the others will know it.
And they can be killed only according to their number. The nine of them are the only hope of that planet.
They have to get together before the people who attacked their planet attacks kills them. Number one was caught in Malaysia. Number two in England.
Number three in Kenya. John Smith has been moving from place to place his entire life. He is in hiding.
He cannot make friends and have a normal life because he isn't normal. John is number four. He knows that he is next.
He must be ready to fight back or face the worst-death. This novel is stunning and worth a try. I really liked the story line. I would recommend it to readers who like paranormal activity.
I'm looking forward to reading the next book of the series. Mar 26, Cat rated it did not like it. I'm not sure what "I Am Number Four" is doing here on a website dedicated to reviewing books, because whatever this thing is a travesty?
It's a disgrace to real books, which isn't quite the same thing. That's how awful this piece of writing is.
It's so awful I can't bring myself to call it a book, even though it's masquerading as one for tax purposes. Heed my warning, gentle reader: I don't know you, but I know you're better than this.
I have fa I'm not sure what "I Am Number Four" is doing here on a website dedicated to reviewing books, because whatever this thing is a travesty?
I have faith in you. My pep talk isn't enough, you say? You need further convincing? Here's another reason to stay away from this contemptible excuse for a novel: A thousand curses upon your rating system, O Goodreads, for making it impossible to give a book 0 stars - this "book" has 0 redeeming qualities and deserves a corresponding rating.
Jul 08, Eric Allen rated it liked it. Okay, he's made quite a few horrible movies, but I Am Number Four stands out amongst them as having the absolute worst acting I have EVER seen put to film in my life, and keep in mind I've been through college film-making courses where I had to watch quite a few awful student films.
Let's put it this way, a puppet manipulated by Frank Oz would have been a thousand times more expressive, emotive, and realistic than the guy they got to play the lead.
Despite the horrible acting, it wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen, though I wouldn't ever actually call it good. This movie went into production before the final draft of the book was even completed, and Bay has been quoted in saying that a lot of the differences in the story stem from that.
Naturally, after seeing the movie, and reading up a bit on the production history and the history of the book that it was based upon, I was intrigued enough to pick up a copy of the book from my local library.
They have fifteen copies. None of them were checked out. That is usually a pretty good indication of something I Am Number Four follows Four, a.
John Smith, an alien from the planet Lorien, now laid to waste by another alien race called the Moggadorians. Nine children, members of the Lorien Garde, destined to develop super human powers and abilities that they will one day use to take Lorien back, were sent to Earth, each with a protector, to hide, grow, and train.
John and his guardian Henri have moved from town to town every few months for the past eleven years. John barely remembers his home world, his parents, or what he is supposed to be fighting for.
The Lorien children have a charm placed upon them that they can only be killed in order. Three are dead, and John is next. Upon moving to the town of Paradise Ohio, John begins to develop his powers, or Legacies, super speed, strength, the ability to shine lights from his hands, an immunity to heat and energy weapons, and the ability to move objects with his mind.
He has run ins with the school bully, falls in love with the prettiest girl in school, and generally behaves like a typical teenaged girl yes, I said girl, and if you read this book, you'll see why until the Moggadorians find him and the battle for survival ensues.
Despite having two authors, one--James Frey--an idea stealing, lying, worthless waste of human life who can't find a fire to die in fast enough for my tastes, this book is relatively well written.
Which is hardly ever the case with collaboration pieces. Check out the Left Behind series for a good example of why more than one author is a bad, baaaaaad idea.
The history of Lorien, the mystery of its fall, and of John and the other numbers' mission on Earth are all pretty well paced. I typically absolutely despise the first person present tense viewpoint used to tell the story.
Where it was a constant irritant to me in The Hunger Games, and caused me to stop reading several times before I finally managed to slog my way through it, it is not overly distracting here.
I attribute this to the fact that I Am Number Four is written by decent authors, and Suzanne Collins couldn't write anything decent to save her life.
The book was interesting enough, well paced enough, and written well enough that I was willing to forgive the use of present tense, and first person.
The climax of this book is very good and rather exciting, putting that of the movie absolutely to shame. The writers actually managed to out Michael Bay Michael Bay, and since John is slightly more emotive than the block of wood playing the lead in the movie, it's a lot more satisfying to see him succeed.
The book builds up to it perfectly, and everything pays off spectacularly in a final confrontation at the school between two of the numbers and a whole army of Moggadorians.
It's a quick, easy, and generally enjoyable read for anyone who likes science fiction, or saw and enjoyed the movie.
There are several factors that go into my ratings for books. Does the book have a good story? Does the book have good Characters?
Does the book build up to a satisfying climax? Is the book well written? This book had the story.
It had the satisfying climax. It had generally good writing. But the characters were all just cookie-cutter stereotypes without a shred of personality.
John is a generic teenaged boy stereotype. His friend Sam is a generic sci-fi nerd stereotype. His girlfriend is the generic girlfriend stereotype.
The bully is a generic high school douchebag stereotype. Henri is a generic father figure stereotype. It reminds me somewhat of the actors in the movie.
Maybe they weren't just horrible actors after all and they were just doing the best they could with the material.
Almost every character in this book is bland, boring, and without a shred of real personality. There is nothing to define them as characters and make them stand out.
They're like stick figures filling in for real characters because the authors were too busy building up the back story to bother filling in the people that the book is about.
When you don't really care about the people that the book is about, it's hard to care what happens to them. When it's hard to care what happens to the characters, it's hard to become invested in the plot.
When you're not invested in the plot, then there isn't usually much conflict and tension, and any action or climactic events become meaningless.
Good, well developed, well rounded characters are integral to a good story. And when a book doesn't have them, relying completely on generic stereotypes instead, it takes away quite a bit from the experience.
I was still interested in the story, and the mystery of what was going on. The writing was good enough to keep me going to the end.
Despite not really caring much about any of the characters, the climax was pretty exciting. However, it all could have been so much more so if only the writers had taken a little extra time and effort to come up with decent characters to act it all out.
In conclusion, despite a number of things against it, I did enjoy this book. I would have enjoyed it more if there were some actual, real characters, but it's a fun and quick enough read without.
This book did lack the incredibly important element of real characters that a reader can get behind and care about because they're all bland, boring, generic cardboard cut-outs without a shred of real personality.
I enjoyed everything else about the book, even though it was co-written by someone whom I wish would die at his earliest possible convenience, making the world a better place with his absence, but it could have been so much more.
Because of the lack of well developed characters, I'm giving this book three stars. It was FAR better than the movie, and did keep me entertained for an afternoon, despite it's vices.
I wouldn't go so far as to call this a good book, but it's not bad if you've got a spare afternoon and nothing else to do.
Sometimes I want to take a break from the heavy stuff I typically read with something simple and fun, and this book fit the bill.
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