Divergent will never be the next Hunger Games or Twilight

After reading the last chapter of Divergent, I was so shocked, how often does the main character die in these things? I’ve always thought it was a little unrealistic how the hero always manages to escape unscathed after staring danger and death in the face over and over again. No closure on what so ever on part of Four. I was crushed and confused on the writer decision how to end the book. Come on, why do you think the Twilight and Hunger Games series were so successful? Lets face it, they were both very basic stories, a girl in love with a boy that out of her league and girl fighting back against tyrant, but they both delivers a very happy ending and concluded very wisely.

Ok not everyone loves to have a happy ending, but just to be different on other best sellers book is not an escaped to go against the based on the beginning of your story. Half of the fan base that finished the last book, tell people that they wished they’d never started the series is not a good book. Remember this is a young adult genre, they doesn’t want perfect character, Twilight and Hunger Games stumbled in their final installments, but the movie audience showed up because they knew how the stories ultimately ended and they knew that, despite the missteps along the way, they would get their payoff.

Maybe it just me… still reading a happily ever after stories, have hang ups with Cinderella and Snow white. But this is entertainment, I craving for happy ending and still believing that happy ending still existing though we don’t have perfect life.

Amazon Phone

Well… well… Amazon finally launched their smart phone this week. Amazon first phone called Amazon Fire Phone and the technology called Firefly, featured (lackluster) 3D an awesome dynamic perspective, head-tracking stuff and the Amanzon’s new visual search engine.

Everyone initial impression Firefly the apps tailor-made to drive more sales on Amazon, but there’s a little more to it than that. With the ability to recognize hundred million images, sounds and items, even street addresses or phone numbers, Amazon wants to make Firefly a part of your everyday life — As Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos probably doesn’t want you to scribble down another address ever again. And here’s the really big bit: Amazon is making a Firefly SDK available to developers, so they can bake those audio, visual and text-recognition smarts into their own apps. Amazon may have been born unto the internet as a modest bookseller, but it’s now become a services company: There’s the Kindle Lending Library for e-books, plus streaming services like Amazon Instant Video and Prime Music.

Amazon Fire Phone changed Smart Phone with Gesture and Tilt combined, imagined four camera’s with infrared camera sensor.

Fire is a new technology that quickly recognizes printed web and email addresses, phone numbers, QR and bar codes, artwork, movies, music, and millions of products, making it easy to discover information, share items with friends, and more. It works in seconds—simply press and hold the Firefly button.

Fire is the only smartphone to put everything you love about Amazon in the palm of your hand—instant access to over 33 million songs, apps, games, movies, TV shows, audiobooks, magazines, and books, plus exclusive features like Mayday, ASAP, Second Screen, X-Ray, free unlimited photo storage in the cloud, and more.

It’s also packed with powerful hardware—a 13MP camera with optical image stabilization for stunning photos and 1080p HD video, a 2.2 GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM for fast, fluid performance, a beautiful 4.7″ HD display, dual stereo speakers, and Dolby Digital audio.

Jeff Bezos
Amazon Founder & CEO