keep the fiction logic within itself. If some character is nor in control of his mind, he can not all of a sudden, just for the sake of continuing a second book, regain miraculously his mind control!
The narrator was ok
The final when the boy miraculously regain his mind control
good start of fiction, but she lost herself in the midle - I will not buy the second book
It was to much copied by Harry Potter and Hunger Games In my opinion. And the book is so much better than the movie. The movie was just laughable.....
This story is more directed to a younger audience 15-17.
The book is Nice for younger people. So Nothing :)
Hmm Nothing comes to mind.
I LIKE FOURS EYES
WHEN TRIS KICKED BUTT.
I LOVED IT
I ned to read Insurgent now.
I enjoyed that my first listen was to a book I had seen the movie to as it made it easier to follow as I drove to and from work.
The most memerable moment, I can't say there was one but I really enjoyed the fact that there was a rebellion albeit it was forced in a way.
At times the performance seemed monotone and sometimes I found my self not listening when that happened. But the whole book was not read that way just certain parts
Only if my fiance enjoys them. It's always nice to have another book to share.
I would recommend it to people first starting to read as a hobby and don't mind this genre. It's an easy read and it's story is as basic as a TV show.
Emma Galvin's performance doesn't need to change, she did a fine job.
On my own no, but my fiancee made me... It didn't make for a good movie.
The lazy writing tricks are tough sometimes, for example: At the start of the book the main character walks around the world as if it's all new to her, as if she hasn't been living here her whole life. She even starts off looking in a mirror, so the writer can explain what she looks like. The forced secrets get cumbersome too, why can't anyone explain anything, because we need a mystery here, that is the definition of contrived. The most distracting, especially in the audio version is the complete lack of contractions, which instantly makes all conversations sound stunted.None of this will bother new readers. The story is good enough to push past them if you do see them, but barely.
Identity versus duty
Work on tone. The reading was so monotone, it was difficult to focus and stay engaged in the story.
iloved theromance alot
Tobias Eaton bc he's handsome and amazing and had such a charm and i totally loved the romance between him and Tris and woops i love him
The main character Tris bc her voice really fit in and stuff, i loved it a lot. though at some points it couldve been better and she performed some male characters better but idk i really liked imagining Tris' voice as Emma's.
youve kind of seen these kind of movies but youll probably love this anyway unless youre a very critical person
<3<3<3<3<3 cant wait to have money to buy the last two books
The amount of actual required material covered in the book is suitable for a much shorter book. As such the conversion to a movie was better than book and better than most book to movie conversion. Some interesting topics/concepts were discussed, but it took too long for my tastes to get to the point. A decent performance by the narrator makes it worth a listen.
I'm an avid reader who now listens to books on tape. I'm a bit late to the game but enjoying the hands free reading.
I enjoyed reading this science fiction book. I normally read mysteries but was enchanted by the character adventures and of course the relationship that bloomed between the two lead female and male characters.