What if your whole world was a lie?
What if a single revelation - like a single choice - changed everything?
What if love and loyalty made you do things you never expected?
The explosive conclusion to Veronica Roth's #1 New York Times best-selling Divergent trilogy reveals the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of listeners in Divergent and Insurgent.
©2013 Veronica Roth (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers
So much potential and so much disappointment!! I loved the first two books. The character development for Tris and Four really drew me in. I won't parrott all the reviews that say essentially the same thing.
Why take a story that could be so encouraging and awe-inspiring and flush it down the toilet? I. just. don't. get. it.
Rather than remembering this series for bravery and hope, I am left with an overwhelming hopelessness. Bad form Veronica Roth! A waste of my time.
this is a great listen if you like your heart strings pulled. or if you're a guy: cry like a little b***! lol it sounds a bit odd when you hear another voice(Four's) but, you get used to it quick. its also a bit of a SHOCK and a let down but, all books need to end. I don't want to give away anything. the overall story idea is good, I just wish it was stretched out or maybe a five part series. I'm a dude and I cried like a b**ch! EXCELLENT TRILOGY!
Anyone who likes sad endings.
Not necessarily. I enjoy this genre but I will have to be more careful to read the reviews for the entire series.
Peter. He wasn't necessary.
I really enjoyed the first two books in the series and was really looking forward to finding out how they would clear up the situation between the two genetic groups. Surely there was a way to do this without killing Tris off, especially with all the talk about how special her genetics were.
Yes. I very much enjoyed Divergent, and Insurgent.
Yes. However the voice of Tobias really turned me off of the character. He sounded like a middle aged man rather than than the 18 y/o brave young man I imagined.
Disappointment. I felt this whole book was repetitive and almost unnecessary. I would have been fine with the story ending after book 2.
I did enjoy how some of the characters wrapped up at the end of the story.
I do not understand why people do not like the ending of this book so much. It showed and demonstrated what type of person Tris was all along and what type of man Four wanted to be. I just do not understand maybe someone can explain it to me. Do no
Life As We Know It!
When Tris showed her brother what true love meant.
Didn't read printed
I would change the ending
Divergent and Insurgent
Ms. Roth committed a very serious author's sin. I can't say because it would ruin it for you if you haven't read it but I hated the ending...
A stronger use of logic, too many times conclusions were made with little or no evidence
Sure, but I might wait for a long time
Well its kind of a spoiler, but how Tris ended up
It seemed a bit odd that there were two rebellions in the same book, it seemed to be repeated too often in the books
This book comes off as a rushed, jumbled mess. The long awaited answers make no sense and the shift of focus from Tris to Four is disjointed making the 'loss' meaningless.
I hope not, but I have no desire to invest in another trilogy by this author.
No. They did an excellent job with what they had to work with.
The whole book, from Tris' impulsiveness to Four's absolute loss of self esteeme-it's like someone else wrote this installment.
Just sad, there was so much potential. Take more time- miss a deadline or two, just get it right. Wishing for a redo.
If it is scifi or fantasy I will give it a shot
I would not recommend this to a friend because the story is at best a poor replica of Hunger games
I wouldn't let one series turn me away from any genre
regret paying for the whole series
I was not nearly as fond of the female narrator. She was not very emotional... more robotic.
Tobias, great narration you could hear the emoton.
I cried, I actually felt like I was mourning for Tris. After reading the first two books in the series three times for the course of two years, I felt like I had lost a dear friend. Very sad with the ending- and everything turned out so ordinary.
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