The explosive conclusion to Veronica Roth's #1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy reveals the secrets of the dystopian world that captivated millions of readers and film fans in Divergent and Insurgent. One choice will define you. What if your whole world was a lie? What if a single revelation—like a single choice—changed everything? What if love and loyalty made you do things you never expected?
Told from a riveting dual perspective, this third installment in the series follows Tris and Tobias as they battle to comprehend the complexities of human nature—and their selves—while facing impossible choices of courage, allegiance, sacrifice, and love.
And don't miss The Fates Divide, Veronica Roth's powerful sequel to the bestselling Carve the Mark!
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Most people are quite mad at Veronica for the way this story turned out and that is why the reviews are so horrible, but I am going to say that this book is beautifully written and what happened is what the author, who created the characters and world, wanted to happen. If you read this book (which I highly recommend after reading the other two) you will see what I mean, and if you really listen to the words written and not written, you will understand in your own way. I cannot say I didn't cry by the time this book was over, but I can say that I appreciated everything about it. If you are reading this, debating on wether or not to read Allegiant, please do and really think about what you read in the book. I promise it will not disappoint.
My friends and I read and loved the first two books, but were very disappointed in this one. From the beginning, the plot was slow and lackluster and further in it became way too farfetched. Some of the concepts with the genetic theories were also not logical. It really made me upset that Tori dies before finding her brother alive. Her sole purpose was to avenge his death and she never found out he wasn't really killed. Second, Uriah. She dragged him along in the chapters as if he had a chance of pulling through, but he didn't. And lastly, Tris. I understand how she chose to go in for Caleb, but the fact that she was able to resist the death serum, only to be killed by gunshot wounds made no sense to me. I was so excited she didn't die from the gas and then she dies anyway. Overall, it wasn't the best read for me.
Teen series books should not conjure images of death and destruction to be closed by the useless death of the main character. Save that bull roar for adult books. Plenty of time for depression as an adult, let's give the kids a glimmer of hope, shall we?????