The Hancock building - The empty Hancock building, the tallest building north of the bridge. (…) Part of me wonders if this is a suicide mission disguised as a game. (…) I make it to the top and stand on the roof of the Hancock building. (…) We’re going to slide down a steel cable in a black sling from the thousand feet up. (…) “Ready, Stiff? I have to say, I’m impressed you aren’t screaming and crying right now.” “I told you,” Uriah says. “She’s Dauntless through and through. Now get on with it.” (…) I hear metal sliding against metal and feel wind so intense it forces tears into my eyes as I hurtle toward the ground. I feel like I am without substance, without weight. (…) When I slow down, (…) a crowd of members stands below. They grasp one another’s arms, forming a net of limbs beneath me. In order to get down, I have to trust them to catch me. I have to accept that these people are mine, and I am theirs. (…) “When can I go again?” I say. My smile stretches wide enough to show teeth, and when they laugh, I laugh. (…) We are not the same. But we are, somehow, one.
❝I have never been on a train, though they never stop running and there are tracks everywhere. Only the Dauntless ride them.❞
.—-Divergent; Veronica Roth.