If you're looking for Veronica's her advice on writing and news on the upcoming movie, look no further.
There's some overlap with her blog, plus pictures of her dog, which is really why we liked the book.
We promise, we're almost done stalking her, but you can check out what Ms. Roth thinks of other books here.
Last one, we promise. But we would be remiss if we didn't include her twitter, right?
A comprehensive fan site and guide for Divergent, with the added goal of getting "Matt Dallas cast as Four." Sorry, guys.
Free Four is a short retelling of Chapter 13 from Four's point of view, which we've all been dying for.
We're mostly putting this here for the discussion guide. If, you know, you need more questions.
Check out this huge list of tropes that Divergent has, like Creepy Child and Sacrificial Lion. Then you can go see what other works use those same tropes. Watch out—it's possible to spend hours here. Not that Shmoop would know anything about that.
If you liked Divergent, you might try these other books.
Starring Kate Winslet, so you know it's gonna be good.
There are only going to be three books, so don't bother asking that question.
This one's got the scoop on Insurgent, but some non-spoiler answers on violence and other fun issues.
They say there's too much overlap with Hunger Games, but still give it a good review. Do you agree?
Are you tired of non-science fiction authors reviewing this book? Then read this. This is more than just another dystopia, says awesome, young science fiction writer Rajan Khanna.
Watch out for Insurgent spoilers, as you check out this interview about feminism and romance and dystopias.
The very smart Claire Zulkey of WBEZ (which is Chicago's Public Radio station) interviews Veronica Roth
It's more interesting than it sounds, trust us.
This is exactly as interesting as it sounds. More so if you've ever played "Who would play me in a movie?"
The official trailer for the book made by the publishing house. When did book trailers become a thing?
A totally unofficial (but still fun) fan-made trailer for the movie. Do you agree with their casting?
After the video, you can scroll down to see how people are talking about what she's wearing—because they're totally talking about different factions' fashions.
Here's a short interview with public radio where Roth discusses how she decided to place the story in Chicago, among other book-related issues.
The cover of Divergent, complete with Dauntless symbol.
Does she look more Dauntless or more Abnegation to you?
For those who just can't wait to get a glimpse.