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Allegiant Audiobook

Allegiant: Divergent Trilogy, Book 3

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Audible Editor Reviews

Editors Select, October 2013 - Speculative fiction has emerged as the most popular subgenre of YA literature in the last decade or so, helping to patently defeat the dire predictions that kids these days just wouldn't care about books. Veronica Roth's Divergent trilogy has become an almost iconic addition to this cannon. Insurgent, Book Two in the series, ended with an M. Night Shyamalan-worthy twist that has kept me and the other fans here at Audible biting our nails - making the arrival of Allegiant all the more exciting. Luckily, Emma Galvin, probably the best YA voice talent going today, returns to narrate along with a surprise male co-narrator chosen by a fan-vote. I hate to state the obvious but if you were sucked in by The Hunger Games series (and come on you know you were) then you need to check out Divergent. And to top things off, it's about to be a blockbuster movie. —Emily, Audible Editor

Publisher's Summary

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

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    Casey Kawell 01-08-15
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    "Good book just wasn't like the other books"

    I enjoyed the narration of both narrators during my listening, but the book seemed to drag and wasn't as alive as the other two books.

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    Stephanie 01-08-15
    Stephanie 01-08-15 Member Since 2017
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    "Disappointed"

    Wow ... is all I can say this series was inspired until this last book. I don't mind that the main female character dies in the end the moment with her mother was beautiful. The reason she died on the other hand was agregious. To die for the greater good is inspired to die for a lying cheating hateful brother is nonsense , sad and off putting. I cried not because Tris died but because worthless pieces of garbage like Caleb Peter Edith and Marcus got to continue their story. I don't agree with those who say the storyline felt forced the explanation of what was beyond the city was well written maybe not plausible but the books weren't written for genetic scientists they were written for young adults and teens. The other two books left you feeling inspired and other then Tobias's trip down the zip line nothing about the ending of this trilogy felt inspiring it was just sad and frustrating. Most people read stories like this for the emotional rollarcoaster that they inspire in the reader this last book wasn't a Rollercoaster so much as a flat line sad from beginning to end. The one bright spot being the moment Tris had with her mother. I wish I would have stopped with the second book because the last one completely killed the first two.

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    sharon 01-07-15
    sharon 01-07-15
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    "I enjoyed the entire trilogy!"

    Although most of the characters are teens, the experiences they have are real and it illuminates the struggles that people go through everyday. It makes you think about the prejudices and stereotypes we form and how we treat each other. Great series.

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    Veronica 01-06-15
    Veronica 01-06-15 Member Since 2014
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    "Spoiler Alert..."

    Disappointed with this ending! I guess if the heroine of this book actually survived it might be like she was copying "too" closely to the Hunger Games Trilogy but I grew really fond of Tris and believe she should have had a chance to live life post the wars and chose.

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    Joshua Mohs 01-06-15
    Joshua Mohs 01-06-15 Member Since 2017
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    "Amazing"

    Excellent story by the author and very well read by both narrators!
    It was awesome to have the final story come from both main characters POV.

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    Kristi 01-05-15
    Kristi 01-05-15 Member Since 2017
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    "Must Listen/Read!!"

    So sad that the author killed off a main character! Makes the story end with such grief. Even when she tried to make it a happy moment, it isn't!! But I did love the series. Why didn't she just let Caleb die!!! Ugh

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    Sofie 01-05-15
    Sofie 01-05-15
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    "A great ending to a great trilogy"

    The suspence was almost killing me, with suprising twists and turns in this book. The heartbreaking ending showed me that this was a writer not scared of finishing on top.

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    Bequi7 01-05-15
    Bequi7 01-05-15
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    "Let down"

    I like the different narration between Tris and Tobias, but that's about the only thing I liked. I could have thought of (and did while actually listening to this) half a dozen different endings that would have been better than this. It seems like she ran out of ideas for the story and then just ended it.
    The previous books were better.

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    V. Petersen 01-05-15
    V. Petersen 01-05-15 Member Since 2013
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    "Disapointed"
    What would have made Allegiant better?

    2 narrators - that is plain anoying because there wasn't in the first 2 books. I think Emma was OK for the two first books - but this is terrible.


    What do you think your next listen will be?

    Something else..


    How did the narrator detract from the book?

    Well it anoyed me so much that the change between the narrators so I've dropped the book - I might borrow the physical book at the library or as an e-book if its on sale some time - but not for a long time.


    You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

    Im so anoyed over the narrators that I have nothing to "say" .. I waited on this book - and this is what I (all readers) get.. The first 2 books were great, number 3 is completely spoiled.


    Any additional comments?

    Only huge disappoint.. Buy the e-book instead and read if you really need the end of the story.. That might be better and maybe less disapointing.

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    Teresa Richmond 01-05-15 Member Since 2014
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    "not just a series for teens"

    Even though the series is targeted towards teens, the thoughts, struggles and storyline are expressed in such a way that the adult reader can easily lose themselves in the perspective views of Tris and Four. I read this series first and then listened to the books being read and both times it was hard to put down. My compliments to Ms. Roth as well as the voice actors. Great work!

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