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One choice can transform you — or it can destroy you. Now unrest surges in the factions around her as conflict between their ideologies grows. War seems inevitable; and in times of war sides must be chosen, secrets will emerge and choices will become ever more irrevocable.
Tris has already paid a terrible price for survival and is wracked by haunting grief and guilt. But radical new discoveries and shifting relationships mean that she must fully embrace her Divergence — even though she cannot know what might be lost in doing so.
Every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will devote the rest of their lives. For Beatrice Prior, the decision is between staying with her family and being who she really is. Her choice shocks everyone, including herself. During the initiation that follows, Tris and her fellow initiates undergo extreme physical tests of endurance and intense psychological simulations, with devastating consequences.
As initiation transforms them, Tris must determine who her friends really are — and whether she can trust the man who both threatens and protects her. Because Tris has a deadly secret. And as growing conflict threatens to unravel their seemingly perfect society, this secret might save those she loves… or it might destroy her.
Debut author Veronica Roth bursts onto the scene with the first book in the Divergent trilogy — dystopian thrillers filled with electrifying decisions, heartbreaking betrayals, stunning consequences and unexpected romance. Trust us on this-this baby is going to blow up BIG! Tris is exactly the sort of unflinching and fierce heroine I love.
It will be a long time before I quit thinking about this haunting vision of the future. Tris stands out in her action-packed, thrilling, and emotionally honest journey to determine who she wants to be in a society that demands she conform.
The thrillingly dark conclusion to the No. The faction-based society that Tris Prior once believed in is shattered — fractured by violence and power struggles and scarred by loss and betrayal. Perhaps beyond the fence, she and Tobias will find a simple new life together, free from complicated lies, tangled loyalties, and painful memories. Old discoveries are quickly rendered meaningless. Explosive new truths change the hearts of those she loves. And once again, Tris must battle to comprehend the complexities of human nature — and of herself — while facing impossible choices about courage, allegiance, sacrifice and love.
Told from a riveting dual perspective, Allegiant, by 1 New York Times best-selling author Veronica Roth, brings the Divergent series to a powerful conclusion while revealing the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of readers in Divergent and Insurgent.
This dystopian series set in a futuristic Chicago has captured the hearts of millions of teen and adult readers. Perfect for fans of the Hunger Games and Maze Runner series, Divergent and its sequels, Insurgent and Allegiant, are electrifying thrillers filled with tough decisions, stunning consequences, and unexpected romance.
Can we be engineered so that a tendency towards certain traits can be socially selected as traits dominant enough to allow an individual to fit into one faction for life?
If so, then why do the factions seem to be unraveling? Tris and Four Tobias make a perfect couple. We love to root for them to stay together and we think we will just stop reading altogether if their love does not grow.
But a changing world is always threatening to pull them apart. Genetics plays a huge role in these stories and Veronica Roth poses a number of scientific, societal and governmental questions that offer thoughtful philosophical puzzles that get both young adult and adult brains churning. However, you have to read all three books in the trilogy to get there. View all 8 comments. May 25, Heni Purwati Akbar rated it did not like it Shelves: After a discussion with my husband, I agree that this book has intriguing idea about society and the way it shapes you to meet their needs: And when someone of you rebel against the rule, lets say a smart person has to be in Erudite but he is not only smart but he can be good basically human nature to have such complicated feelings and abilities they eliminate you because of course, society wants order, not chaos.
The t After a discussion with my husband, I agree that this book has intriguing idea about society and the way it shapes you to meet their needs: The thing is, a good intriguing idea is not enough to satisfy my thirst for a good literary work.
It has to have strong characters, enjoyable narration, nice and neat storyline, and especially for a young-adult genre, less lame romance story between the characters.
And, Divergent series have nothing of that. Mar 19, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: I just finished this series, and unfortunately it had diminishing returns for me. The first book was a fun read and I went through it really quickly. I think what I liked about it was the world-building, the dystopian Chicago setting, the coming of age story and the young, sheltered heroine who discovers her strength.
Then the real plot happened and it was all downhill from there. The second book was okay, in a PTSD sort of way, and the third book I read quickly just because I was ready to be do I just finished this series, and unfortunately it had diminishing returns for me. The second book was okay, in a PTSD sort of way, and the third book I read quickly just because I was ready to be done with it.
Without getting into spoilers, there were enough plotholes to drive a truck through, the characters became more cliche and the POV switch in the final book irked me. It was like Roth fell in love with her leading male character, which felt very Twilight to me. I did feel that the ending was satisfying though, so there is that. Der erste Band hat mir eindeutig am besten gefallen, der zweite war ein wenig langweilig.
Allerdings habe ich jetzt erstmal genug von Dystopien Oct 31, Lucia rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 9 comments. Nov 23, Fiker Haile rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved the fact that there was no love triangle in the series, and loved how Mrs. Roth developed the characters throughout the series. I also loved the factions Over all I loved the book I applause Roth for being brave enough to kill a main character, but the selfish part of me hate her for it.
I hated the fact that Tobias tried to move on because it made her death insignificant Idk over all the book is amazing and I recommend everyone to read it. Hope the movie does the book justice!! Jun 12, Trang Tran Bookidote rated it really liked it. Full review on my blog! Jan 08, Renee rated it really liked it. Overall, I enjoyed the series! They were exciting and different and easy to read. Mar 19, Gayatri rated it liked it Shelves: This trilogy is just about fine. I personally liked many side characters better, like Uriah or Lynn.
It w This trilogy is just about fine. It was a lukewarm experience reading these books. Apr 09, Paul rated it liked it. I am reviewing the boxed set, as I read the entire series before I wrote the review. As a result, this review is going to have four parts: Each book reviewed, then the whole series. There are going to be spoilers so the review will be hidden Review 1 - Divergent: Pro - the characters are fascinating, the plot flows very well, and the action is extremely believable.
Put another way, while I enjoyed the characters, plot, and action, there were no surprises. It is good but not great. Pro - Several people we are told in the first book are dead are not dead. The effects on Tobias, and as a result on Beatrice, provide much the tension in the plot. The action continue to "pop" quite well, and the several people who suffer losses or are themselves killed keep everyone off-balance, reducing some of the plot predictability.
Con - First, the minor cons. We know since there is a third book that no one major is going to die here. But now we come to the serious issue I had with this book. The author telegraphs the ending for the series she has in mind almost half-way through.
In addition, she lets her explicit Christianity not merely bleed but begin to dominate the story. I am not sure if she fancies herself the heir to C. Lewis and his Narnia series, but we have a near-perfect rendition of the Jesus myth with Beatrice in the role of Jesus.
This detracted from the story for me in a serious way. If I wanted to read Christian fiction, I would have bought such books. Well-written and a good tale, the whole "look at my Christian allegory" thing took away from what could have been a good tale. Pro - This is not so much a positive about the book as much as a positive about the writing itself. Nearly every prediction I made upon reading Insurgent came to pass in this book. The only one I made that did not come true was who the ultimate villain would be, though I was only proven wrong near the very end of the story.
In effect, Veronica Roth is so good at telegraphing her Christian allegory that I was able to call it top-to-bottom. Con - You see this coming a mile away. She is super-human to the end, unable to be stopped by serums, stopping her brother from dying by taking his place. There is nothing surprising in any way in this. Selling Christian fiction as young adult dystopian fiction is a cheap shot but nothing less than I expect from someone whose dedications begin with praising her god and his human self.
I am giving her a lot of credit for trying to hide her religious propaganda, though she is not as capable as C. Lewis, whose Narnia series did precisely what she tried to do here and indoctrinate children into Christian myths. If you are reading this, you are not going to mind spoilers, so here goes the whole allegory lain out: It is well-written overall, has memorable characters, and the author did a very good job of creating a Christian mythology-based story sequence, right down to the sacrificial lamb being slaughtered in order to "redeem" everyone.
But it is not good enough to warrant any higher rating. Pushing Christian fiction in this way is as pathetic an attempt to preach the gospel as many of the other "dystopian young adult" books that I have encountered. Jan 17, Paula rated it really liked it Recommended to Paula by: I normally cannot be bothered to use up my few precious minutes to write a review, but in this case I just have to do it.
I really enjoyed Divergent. I liked Tris and Tobias individually as well as their chemistry. I also enjoyed the adventures the Dauntless brought us. The style of writing, well, it was clear this was her first published novel and since it was YA, I let it go and just enjoyed the story. I have to admit, I was a little bored with this book.
I only kept going in the hopes that something exciting was going to happen. There were moments, I suppose, but the writing was leaving more to be desired than the first one did. I think I may have dozed off a time or two while reading this one. Roth, I really am! The sad thing is, she had a great storyline! She could have done so much with it! I felt like she had lost her joy of the story after the first one and was only finishing the trilogy because she had a contract to do so.
With all the GMO drama with our food crops these days and the cloning of sheep, etc, she really could have made this into a great story that people may have actually thought "Hey, this could happen one day! Now I am going to say something really crazy I mean, really crazy There is an actual possibility that Hollywood will improve books 2 and 3.
Being that this is a trilogy, I shall break it down by book [First Two are reviews that I already made on Goodreads]: Not to mention very quick read as well.
I had no problem breezing through those pages. Maybe it might be me but my issue with these dystopian stories with a female lead is that Being that this is a trilogy, I shall break it down by book [First Two are reviews that I already made on Goodreads]: Maybe it might be me but my issue with these dystopian stories with a female lead is that for some reason the author decides to make the character whine and complain a lot as a new way to have internal conflict with the character.
It seems that the strong female leader characters falls only in the antagonist category. Overall, good book and another quick read. A really good way to end the series. The author definitely took a different approach to the story than the one I thought it would go but I liked it in the end. I know that there has been some hatred from fans about the way it ended in terms of some the characters but I think it was fitting and it felt natural. Very much looking forward to the movie franchise as well as more books from Veronica Roth.
Jan 04, Graham Cracka rated it really liked it. I read the first two books a while ago and was excited to finally read the third one.
I re-read the first two and enjoyed them both again The constant switching back and forth between the character points of view was often confusing and was very inconsistent with the other two books which were exclusively seen from the protagonists point of view.
The story was still ok and I felt like the author wrapped it up nicely but I just I read the first two books a while ago and was excited to finally read the third one. The story was still ok and I felt like the author wrapped it up nicely but I just had a hard time feeling as connected to the story as I did in the first two books Oct 30, Lauren rated it it was amazing Shelves: So, in this review I will just say: I was impressed with how Roth tied up all the loose ends I was looking to see tied up, the overall message of the series was far more optimistic than I would have guessed based on the first book, I think the right thing happened for the main characters and was done in the best possible way.
The series is far more complex and layered than I was guessing as I started in with it. The writing is really good too. My main piece of advice for people re So many feels. My main piece of advice for people reading Allegiant: Somewhere around 40 pages to the end, plan to do only that.
Dec 28, Karlene rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed this series. Although dubbed a "Hunger Games" knock off, the book is similar because of the society divided into factions, however, I think there are many interesting discussions that could form in a group setting. I began reading "Divergent" because my son was reading it in his Grade 9 class as a more current "Lord of the Flies" type of novel. At the end of the novels there are additions that allow you to explore the writing process of the author and topics to discuss.
Book Thr I really enjoyed this series. Book Three, "Allegiant" is very different from the first two and opens up new discussions about reality. I would recommend this series to be read before the movie comes out in March Nov 08, Zoe rated it really liked it. The Divergent series is very compelling. Something keeps you reading. And most people are glad they kept reading.
Readers are drawn to dystopian societies and Divergent is just that. Everything about the life of the people in these books is simply fascinating. You admire the main character, Tris, and her choices. You love and hate other characters as the story progresses. Plot twists and loses seem to be around every corner. Ver The Divergent series is very compelling. Veronica Roth knows how to keep readers reading, but also how to make them stop, right in the middle of a page and just think about the words they jsut read.
May 27, Megan rated it it was amazing Shelves: I truly enjoyed reading this series. The first two books were a swift read.
I was a little disappointed that the third book was a slower read, but it was worth making it to the end. Several people that i know,and some other reviewers, remarked on the despairing ending. I feel it was only fitting for Tris to have such a fate.
I will admit that it was very depressing. Nov 20, Noelle D rated it it was amazing. This more war based within a dystopian society. I started this trilogy in June and en Fantastic trilogy! Dec 28, Olivia Ledford rated it did not like it. I mean yeah mostly every series with romance and what not is gonna end in happy endings but this ending was terrible. There was no point to it and I will probably never read one of her books again. Just the ones that mattered.
I regret ever getting into this series. Oct 28, Elaine Dayao rated it really liked it. Veronica Roth is a legend! What Faction Are You?