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The Divergent Lexicon is a blog/website that is written and edited by Meg, Sherry, and Kassiah, using content found in the DIVERGENT TRILOGY by Veronica Roth and various other sources. Our sole purpose is to provide a resource for fans and readers of DIVERGENT.
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We purchase almost everything on the site out of our own pockets–the hosting fees, the site maintenance, and most of the products we tell you about. Sometimes we will get the books ahead of time from HarperCollins or (God-willing, Veronica Roth herself), and we may get Divergent-inspired products with the expectation that we’ll review or recommend them. That has no bearing on how much we love it. If you send us something and we hate it, we’ll tell everyone. We’re honest 🙂
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