Everything you ever wanted to know about the Divergent trilogy but were afraid to ask.
If you feel like diverging from the official source, this fansite has tons of info on the books, Roth herself, and the movie adaptations.
We're not surprised that a book about factions has so many different fan sites. Here's another if the others don't give you enough of a fix.
Movie or TV Productions
If we're not living in a factioned society like Tris is, we'll be looking forward to the Insurgent movie. Yes, it already has a tentative release date (even before the first film is out) of March 20, 2015.
Not that we'd ever advocate seeing the movies over watching the books, but this website focuses more on the flicks than on the pages with lots of words. (It still has some book news sprinkled throughout.)
Articles and Interviews
Roth's characters might be grim, but she has a sense of humor. Did she actually consider naming one of her books Detergent?
Katniss Everdeen. Beatrice Prior. And… the rest (Ginger? Mary Ann?). Are feminist heroes becoming more common in young-adult literature?
If Veronica Roth were the queen of her own dystopia (or at least had a ton of cash) what would she do?
Veronica Roth talks about what faction she'd be in, in this YouTube interview about Insurgent.
Veronica Roth reads some snippets of Insurgent just for fans at a book signing and Q&A.
Veronica Roth speaks on The Roundtable about Insurgent and the challenges of plotting out a trilogy.
Emma Galvin reads Insurgent with an appropriate sense of urgency.
Tris and pals scale the Hancock tower in order to spy on Jeanine. You can, too. (Scale the tower, that is.)
The Candor Headquarters is in the old Chicago Merchandise Mart, which probably looks a lot like this at night (although with more decrepitude in Tris's world)
This Australian edition of Insurgent is a lot more… purple than the U.S. edition.