Four: A Divergent Collection pdf download by veronica roth is here. The Transfer follows what happens to Tobias as he relocates from. Read Four: A Divergent Collection online. Readers first encountered Tobias Eaton as "Four" in Divergent. His voice is Four: The Transfer: A Divergent Story. When I found out that I was Divergent when I found out that Erudite would attack Abnegation three members of Dauntless, and a former Erudite initiate.
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Four: The Initiate: A Divergent Story. Four: The Son: A Divergent Story. Four: The Traitor: A Divergent Story. Back Ad. About the Author. Books by Veronica Roth. other initiates, shaking hands with a faction transfer, a boy who was Candor. When Tori warned me that being Divergent was dangerous, I felt like it was. Fans of the Divergent series by New York Times bestselling author Veronica Roth will be captivated by "Four: The Transfer," the first of four stories, each.
For the fourth film in the Divergent film series, see The Divergent Series: This article has multiple issues. In Four's next test, he faces his fears again, but manages to recognize that it is artificial and escapes from it in an unorthodox manner. She said that "The e-shorts will address Tobias's backstory and some of the mysterious things going on in the world before Tris chose Dauntless. Hidden categories:
Four of divergent series is a good read for fans of four. The Initiate: He continues his journey and become an official member of dauntless. The Son: It shows his initial days as dauntless member. The Traitor: This short become popular with the beginning of Divergent, when Tobias discovers the erudite plan that could change the whole world.
I do not mean that as bad as it seems. Four always appeared to have a worldly way about him. He knows what to do, and Tris and readers always look up to him. When we begin seeing his inner workings, four looks more and more human, we see his fears, his views and his worries. A Divergent Collection is a collection of five short stories from the Divergent trilogy, told from Tobias Eaton's Four perspective, and written by Veronica Roth.
A Divergent Collection was released on July 8, , which also features three exclusive scenes. According to Roth, these stories serve as a prequel to the Divergent trilogy. She said that "The e-shorts will address Tobias's backstory and some of the mysterious things going on in the world before Tris chose Dauntless. Together, they form a kind of Tobias-centered Divergent prequel, though there is some overlap. I also know, from many tweets and blog comments and in-person comments, that Divergent readers are interested in hearing more of his voice, which made him an obvious candidate!
My readers have given me so much enthusiasm and honesty and wisdom. The opportunity to write something that I knew they wanted to read was really appealing to me. In July , Roth revealed that she initially wrote Divergent from Four's point of view and at that time the character Tris was not present in the story.
She explained that "it was the super rough draft. I've been calling it the "proto-draft. It was just a couple of pages from his perspective, and it just didn't work in the same way that Tris's voice worked because she's kind of surprising as the narrator of that particular story. But as I wrote the series, he became more complicated and his story started to feel urgent also. So, it's great that they let me keep writing about him!
Free Four is the first story of the series and retells the events of chapter thirteen of Divergent. It was released on April 23, His meeting with a factionless man who seems to know his deceased mother, however, startles his choice, especially when the abusive Marcus beats him for lying about a gift his mother gave to him.
Tobias eventually chooses Dauntless on Choosing Day, shocking Marcus. Tobias is introduced to his instructor, Amar , and his fellow initiates, including Erudite transfer Eric. In a slight change, the initiates now have to face their fears right after making the jump from the roof. Tobias' four fears: Since no other Dauntless has that low of a number of fears, Amar gives Tobias his new name: The cover of The Transfer features a circle of train cars, which are colliding in two different places.
BiblioFiend in its review said that "The Transfer gave an immense amount of depth to a character who always seemed so secretive and hard.
The Initiate reveals Four's life as a Dauntless initiate. Tobias "Four" Eaton goes through his Dauntless initiation tests. His first task has him forge a Dauntless tattoo. His next task is to fight his archrival, Eric, whom he manages to defeat.
As he begins bonding with his Dauntless-born fellow initiates, Ezekiel "Zeke" and Shauna , he begins to forgo his isolationist and quiet Abnegation principle and starts embracing the lifestyle of a Dauntless. In Four's next test, he faces his fears again, but manages to recognize that it is artificial and escapes from it in an unorthodox manner.
Amar tells him that he also passed his test like Four, warning the latter not to do the test with that method again. The two are forced to do the test by Erudite leader, Jeanine Matthews.
Though Four is careful, Amar is found dead a week after, which everyone but Four attributes to suicide.
Four threatens Eric for his supposed part in causing Amar's death before the test announcement, in which Four ranks first. While celebrating his achievement, Four sees what appears to be his mother boarding a factionless train in the middle of the night.
The cover of The Initiate features a circle of syringes filled with blue coloured serum, all of them pointing at the centre of the circle. Like all the previous covers in the Divergent trilogy , Joel Tipple designed this cover. The Son explores Four's life as a Dauntless member.
The recently initiated Dauntless member, Tobias "Four" Eaton, is offered a chance to be promoted to the position of leader by Max , competing with his archenemy, Eric. He suspects that something foul is going on ever since the mysterious death of his mentor, Amar, for being a Divergent, which he links to Erudite, led by Jeanine Matthews, controlling Dauntless for a secret purpose.
At the same time, he receives a note which leads him to reunite with his factionless mother, Evelyn , long presumed dead.
Though their meeting is rough, Evelyn tells Four that there is a conspiracy going on and that she is still welcoming him to join her. Four eavesdrops on Max's conversation with Jeanine which confirms his suspicion that Jeanine intends to use whomever is selected to be leader as a pawn.
He intentionally fails during the final interview for the job in favor of becoming instructor for the new initiates. This allows Eric to win and implement his harsher suggestion for the next initiation tests.
Four then decides to keep contact with his mother by delivering her a letter through an aide: The cover of The Son features a circle of dark inky cloud, with lightning striking at two different points of circle. The Traitor narrates early parts of Divergent from Four's point of view. For two years, he has been secretly spying on Max and Jeanine Matthews and keeping contact with his mother, Evelyn. Four learns that Max and Jeanine are planning on an invasion to Abnegation. Evelyn responds nonchalantly when Four brings it up, and makes Four reconsider his position on his old faction.
Throughout the story, Four begins to get closer with Tris, helped by his admiration of her bravery and selflessness.
He becomes protective of her, growing concerned when he learns that she is also a Divergent, and also saves her from an attack by her desperate fellow initiates. He also eventually allows her to know more about him by going through his fear landscape together. Four realizes that he will have to betray his new faction to protect his old faction: