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...cause of what? Because you wanted to keep Jeanine 's secrets? Wanted to stay in the city, safe and sound? You are a coward.” (Roth,82)
This proves that family doesn 't have to be blood and blood doesn 't mean you 're family. Tris doesn 't accept her brother back right away, Neither would I, Four helps her deal with every situation that pops up and they work as a team, as one.
The Divergent series shows you a young small girl who develops into a strong,fighter who protects herself and others, a guy who came from the same faction yet a different lifestyle and one choice that changed them both into leaders and brought them together to love, deal with loss and forgive those who have wronged them. Tris and Four,among their friends, flourish in front of our eyes and defeat every obstacle that is shoved their way. A strong group that can do what they put their minds too.
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