I have tried a lot of series books and haven't been able to come across ones I have loved as much as this one. The world created and the characters created are so wonderful that you wont be able to stop listening. The movie does not do justice to this book.
Believable characters would have been a good start. The way people reacted to situations in the book was unreal. Tris swings from lovey, dovey, breathing Four's air to an evil witch demon in less than a paragraph. She acts more like 12 than 17.
Smarter characters would also have helped. They just acted dumb most of the time.
Not everyone runs around smelling everything, and hearing about how his cloths smelled of sweat and flowers really is disgusting. Breathing peoples air is also kinda gross.
All of the characters were about the same.
Annoyance. I finished Divergent and gave up on allegiant half way through. I feel like I wasted my time and my money.
Don't bother with this series. Just go read the plot summaries online. You seriously won't miss a thing, unless you like infantile mood swings.
No - this is still a genre I love.
The book was ok, but not nearly worth the excitement. The concept in interesting, if somewhat familiar, and I loved that it was set in a sort of post-apocalyptic Chicago, but I didn't think it was well thought-out enough to carry the book, let alone two sequels.
I'd give this contrived piece of trash a half point if I could. It's awful...trite...poorly written...weak premise...poorly read...and an embarrassment to writers. Don't buy this one and, whatever you do, don't even consider a sequel!
No, I am sick to death of vapid, obnoxiously niave, cardboard personality girls who supposedly have something "Special" about them that hurls them into these swiss cheese plots in these utterly ludicrous worlds.
If you are referring to the mindless teenage girls who become the saviors of their people by accidentally getting numerous people killed because she is far too stupid to pay attention to what is going on around her....YES, yes I am.
Not a fan.
Exhaustion. Complete and utter exhaustion.
Why are these types of stories so popular with the American public (and girls/women in general)? It's like eating popcorn made with packing peanuts.
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.