I really didn't like the two narrators, at first, since the other two books were just Emma Galvin. However, it grew on me & was fine by the end.
I'm glad I stuck with the story. The way the author tied all the loose ends up, was very good. I would recommend all three books.
I don't think so. Because the story didn't grab me as most books do and I'm sorry but the narrators were boring.
It's just like Divergent and Insurgent
Emma Galvin performance is just like Divergent and Insurgent and Aaron Stanford is very similar. They are okay but they don't grab me into the story and it was hard to tell who was speaking as they don't do character voices that well.
"One Choice Will Define You" just like the book.
Small spoiler, there will be tears.
Far beyond my expectations. I love it. I won't be able to wait the movie. I'm already missing the story. Great novel.
Not this version, the reading is so bad I couldn't get past the first few chapters.
I have read the two previous books in hard copy and love the characters.
Ugh, no, I gave it multiple chances, but The girl reading Tris was just terrible. Her sing song-y rhythm and whiny tone don't communicate the strength that Tris has to summon for her journey.
Many reviewers hate the ending. I disagree. I thought it was fairly well-written, in that I found it compelling and I cared about the characters and what happened to them.
Author uses certain words way too many times throughout the trilogy, though. Especially "tousled".
part of the stiry trilogy fails when they learn of the outside world. how is technology developed or even maintained without outside influence or resources.