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"I kind of just hung out and watched and ate Fruit Roll-Ups," Roth said, emphasizing that she wasn’t pushy with filmmakers.
"Sometimes I’d help with especially setting up the movie, so that it leaves room for the third book," she said. "Because at that time only I knew what was going to happen."
She still is just one of a few who knows how "Allegiant" plays out. But the ending of Tris’ story marks a new beginning for Roth.
"I think I’m going to take a little break and just kind of play around with some ideas," she said. "I do love writing for teens, so I don’t see that changing anytime soon."
Bouldrey said he expects Roth to try something new.
"I feel like she’s smart enough and advanced enough that she might use that success to take some chances," he said.
And while fans will start the last chapter of "Divergent" world on Tuesday, Roth said it will be sad to start letting go.
"It’s been a part of my life for so long and such a huge life-changing part of it too," Roth said. "But I don’t know, I’m excited kind of what comes next and kind of what characters and worlds are out there."
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