Not high but also not low. I say mid low
I don't have one because none of the characters really grab at me as a favorite
Only the Divergent Series.
About 10 days
it is sooooooo good i love this book!!!!!!
all of it it is the best book
it was amazing
The book is A million times better than the movie!!!! Can't wait to read the next one. If you like the hunger games series you will love the divergent series!
This book was pretty boring. The narrator still bothered me a bit. I listen to the whole thing, but it was a bit of a struggle to stay awake despite the occasional interesting moment. I don't think I will buy the third based on my experience with this book.
Outstanding performance by Emma Galvin. I can't see difference between the original movie and overall interpretation.
Insurgent met my expectations in pretty much every way. It expanded the world in giving us much more insight into factions we saw little of in Divergent (particularly Candor and Amity, and of course the Factionless). It forwarded the story beautifully, and it deepened the characters as they grew. It gave more action, more conflict, more suspense, and a ton more tension.
Unfortunately, it also lived up to what I'm starting to think of as "Second Book Stigma" where the second book of a trilogy just plods along, at least for me.
Insurgent was not boring, nor was it uneventful. A ton of stuff happened, and it was great, really, but for some reason, I felt dragged along for a lot of the middle section of the book. I don't know if the conflict set up early, regarding Marcus's knowing some secret information, just ended up pushed too far aside during that section in favor of dealings with Tris and Jeanine, or what it really was, but I was underwhelmed with a good two-fifths of the book.
I'll tell you, though, the last fifth of the book blew my mind. The ending surprised me, and that left me in a euphoric, disbelieving state for a good hour after the last sentence. I am primed and ready to dig into the last book, Allegiant, after that ending.