Faction Reading List: ERUDITE

Arguably the brainiest of the factions, ERUDITE faction members are inquisitive, value learning, and believe that the strongest society is built on a foundation of knowledge. These are the bookworms, the scholarship winners, the ones who tackle logic puzzles for fun. But even the most studious Erudite member takes time to read for pleasure. Here is a list of ERUDITE must-reads:

Geek Girls Unite by Leslie Simon

This overview of smart, successful women in pop culture proves that Erudite women rule the world!

Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

As a young queen thrown into a new kingdom full of danger and conspiracy, Elisa uses her wits and rises to the occasion to become a smart, savvy ruler.

Show Me How by Lauren Smith and Derek Fagerstrom

This unique how-to book includes instructions for over 500 useful and fascinating tasks, perfect for engaging the Erudite mind!

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21 thoughts on “Faction Reading List: ERUDITE

  1. I think a great read for the Erudites would be The Giver. Really. 
    This could be why they wanted to change the government.

  2. Contact by Carl Sagan — I never read it since I am sooo not brainy enough but my brother did and he is extremely intelligent (also a bit of a know it all jerk at times)

  3. How about The Know-It-All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World

    by A. J. Jacobs

  4. Partials  by Dan Wells. The first thing that comes to mind when I think about that book is Kira standing in front of the computer screen trying to find the cure for the virus.

  5. The Worst-Case Scenario Survival
    Handbook: How to Escape from Quicksand, Wrestle an Alligator, Break Down a Door,
    Land a Plane by J. Piven and D. Borgenicht 😀

  6. The Game of Thrones series will be fantastic! So much tactics and betrayls. Got to get smart about everything!

  7. The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night-time is such an Erudite book. It`s a book that requires intelligence and comprehension. I found it very mentally stimulating. 

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