Enter a futuristic Chicago; it is divided into sections based on the virtues people value most. There is Candor, a group of the honest, Abnegation, a group of the selfless, Dauntless, a group of the brave, Erudite, a group of intelligent, and Amity, a group of the peaceful. Children are raised in the section, or faction, they are born in and when they turn sixteen, they get to choose the faction they will follow. Beatrice, a girl born into Abnegation, faces the most difficult choice of her life: to stay with her family, or to be herself. Conflicts ensue as she tries to belong.
This book has everything a reader could want. The entire story hides details from you so you want to read more. There is the ever confusing romance that never goes quite where it is supposed to go. There is action. There is friendship. There is betrayal. It is a book where the characters are believable, their decisions are challenging, and you will want to know the answers to their questions just as much as they do.