The title Divergent relates very well to the book. I don’t think there could be a better title actually. The main character, Tris, finds out at her aptitude test that she is divergent. Being divergent means that she doesn’t fit in in just one faction; Tris fits in in three. Being divergent also means that she can control the simulations and therefore she is a threat to the government. Tris doesn’t know why being divergent is dangerous at first, but she will find out later in the book. The title fits in well because being divergent is an important thing. It’s dangerous, but it also helps Tris when the war begins.
Except Tris, there are many other important characters. Four, Tris instructor, is definitely my favorite along with Tris. Four is unpredictable and seems to be hard and tough but he is actually very soft and nice. When Tris and Four start to hang out, he shows a different side of him. He is carrying and his biggest fear is to kill someone. Their relationship gets serious and this is my favorite thing about the book. I love to follow their relationship; how he goes from just being a good-looking instructor to her boyfriend. It feels genuine and real. I just wanted to know more and couldn’t stop reading.