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I Am Both

By DorkyNanni

Romance / Action


I am Erudite

My name is Cloette Matthews, daughter of Jeanine Matthews; Leader of Erudite due to her high IQ score. My father, Harold Matthews, died a few years back. He was murdered by Factionless because they were mad at all the factions - especially Erudite - not giving a crap about them. I miss him. I really do.

I am doing very well in school right now. My teachers think very highly of me, mostly because of my mother. Mom always gave me extra lessons after school. I thought they were very interesting. The story of the Divergents is my favorite. They are a plague to our current system we worked very hard to achieve. They can't be controlled and should be exterminated. But all that changed when I got my Aptitude results.

I am Dauntless

My aptitude wasn't one faction which I originally thought. It was two: Erudite and Dauntless. I should have expected this. My grades are all high and I always over analyze things, but I do have a reckless side. I crave adventure and excitement. Protecting the city sounds like something I would really enjoy.

I am in a war within my own mind. Erudite against Dauntless. Intelligence against bravery. My name is Cloette Matthews and I am Divergent. Erudite and Dauntless. I am both.

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