This second book of the Divergent series moved along and kept my attention.
The story is not complex, but you need to remember the intended teenage audience.
I'm looking forward to "reading" the next/lasr installment.
I find the performance too flat. it's hard not to tune it out sometimes.
As for the text, I did not enjoy the first book at all and barely finished it. I'm not sure why I chose to start the second considering that but I'm glad I did. it's much better. Still not great, but hopeful for the third.
Emma Galvin really made the characters come to life for me.
This was my first audio book experience. I really enjoyed listening while I commuted to work and traveled. I will be listening to more audiobooks in the future.
The book was written in a way that captured my attention to keep listening. I would find myself at my destination, not wanting to stop listening because I wanted to hear what happened next.
I have already purchased the next in this series.
Anything not written by Veronica Roth
Her performance was limited by the material.
I would not have published any of it.
The plot is not believable. I realize it was supposed to be fictional, but there is a limit to what is believable even in fiction.