DIVERGENT as a video game
Weak-willed is mind-controlling an army because it’s too hard for you to train one yourself.
“Tris,” I say firmly.
From Amazon’s best-selling parody author, Reid Mockery, comes Detergent. Beverly Cryer (Vurl) has to choose a dystopian faction to live with for the rest of her life. If she doesn’t make it through initiation, she’ll be factionless and declared a Detergent. But, Vurl is determined not to spend the rest of her life doing everyone else’s laundry. She is an independent young woman with skills she doesn’t even know about and with the help of handsome number Two she’ll not only make it through initiation, she’ll save the city from disaster.
Okay, that’s the serious book pitch. This is a book that makes fun of Divergent. It’s a parody, so it follows the same basic story but is more outrageous, silly, stupid and all the other things that make a great parody great. Mockery has a proven track record delivering laughs and this one doesn’t disappoint. If you loved Divergent, try Detergent!
I understand now what Tori said about her tattoo representing a fear she overcame—a reminder of where she was, as well as a reminder of where she is now.
I fell into this business by accident. It wasn’t something I ever aspired to be: an actress. It just happened. It has evolved into an insane passion…a creative outlet. But nothing more. It’s my hobby… one of the ways I express myself as an artist. And the day it becomes a job… a career… I will quit.