The movie doesn't even follow the book. but for a first time that's not a bad thing. The book just took too long to get to somewhat of the same conclusion. Although I can't figure out which plot I enjoyed more. The movie took a totally different route than the book in a lot of ways and it wasn't just for time. I don't understand why some things were left out of the movie like Tobias and his father being divergent. And I have no idea how they came up with the whole box and passing for simulations to open the box. Just has no place in the book.
It was an easy listen and I enjoyed the book overall. Some parts were riveting and I didn't want to turn it off. Some parts were slow and I wanted the chapter to be over!
it was if Emma Gavin was Tris. Emma is a gifted narrator for an already brilliant story. riveting and spell binding, the story moves you from one turn to the next. Veronica Roth weaves her story carefully down the path to Tris' destiny. loved the story and the delivery.
Mom, married, website designer, portfolio manager in self-imposed exile (yeah Greg Smith!!), former California native, Episcopalian.
I first listened to Insurgent over a year ago. After seeing the film, I was compelled to listen again. it was just as good the second time!
The reader is great and so is the story. It's got a great balance between romance and action. I couldn't tell you which divergent book is my favorite because they are all pretty great!
The book was great but I think the narrator sucked.
I loved the hole book can not pick one part
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