Sorry to be candor but it was. Explosive new truths change the hearts of those she loves. Perhaps beyond the fence, she and Tobias will find a simple new life together, free from complicated lies, tangled loyalties, and painful memories. How fast do you read? Empty but accepting, and understanding. And once again, Tris must battle to comprehend to complexities of human nature — and of herself — while facing impossible choices about courage, allegiance, sacrifice, and love. I actually managed to write this review without including any spoiler! Tobias acted like a dick and twisted things around to make Tris out to be the bad guy even though he was the one who fucked her over, lied to her, betrayed her, and almost killed her and her friends. But are secretly pleased a book can affect you like this.
I mean seriously the second part isn't even out yet and people rated a book that is probably not even written yet! If done correctly, I should say. I'm not happy Tris died and I can think of all sorts of ways things could have gone so she wouldn't have had to, but its not my story. I'm not saying that a world as the one Tris and Four are living in doesn't need those people. Looking back I wish I would have waited a little longer to read Allegiant, just so it would have prolonged the sadness. Then, we get to Allegiant. Those who fail the initiation of their particular faction are deemed factionless, who are treated as a lower class and a drain on society.
You simplify that by saying should someone die to save thousands. None of it worked for me — the story, the world building, the main characters, and especially not that bastard awful ending. It shows a girl who was willing to die for what she believed in. Can I also point out here that they used this memory-wiping serum before to trick the general population into thinking that the genetically damaged are alone the cause of the world's problems? You'd need a heck of a manicure after dangling there for that long. » I will not blame anyone who has given up hope with this franchise and passed on checking out this.
It was so much worse than the final Delirium book, which I didn't think was possible. Old discoveries are quickly rendered meaningless. In the meantime, Uriah's family: his brother, , and his mother, , are called in to be with Uriah before his life support is unplugged. I got flashes of the Four I loved, but he was so mired down in all of his weaknesses that reading his portions of the book was really hard. Actually, I was pointed out in the comments that Marcus was Divergent, something I completely forgot! She did her best with this steaming pile of malarkey.
He didn't give a shit about Tris or what she was going through. It was an added bonus in this and gave us some valuable insight. After this incredibly boneheaded and uncharacteristic decision? ¹ ¹ Why do I care? In Insurgent, we explored those problems more by watching the breakdown. Of course he eventually smartens up and the make up and more possibly. Tris' mother was part of this Bureau. Uriah had a great close, Christina was a little better and there was actual friend bonding with her and Toby which like…never happened until just then in that moment. The ending wasn't what I expected.
The problem: whoever enters the room housing the memory serum will inhale death serum and die. And once again, Tris must battle to comprehend the complexities of human nature - and of herself - while facing impossible choices about courage, allegiance, sacrifice and love. Would you stop pacing for one minute? It was shocking but brave. Explosive new truths change the hearts of those she loves. Am I actually supposed to believe that? We look at the government and see selfishness. Published four weeks before Allegiant was released, it was intended to be a companion book to the Divergent trilogy.
At this point, you either care about the Divergent trilogy along with millions of other readers and people who saw the movie and have pretended to read the books , or you don't. Well, now against all odds and against my self-preservation sense I finished this series. This was one of my favorite series - no, scratch that, this was my favorite series - and now I'm questioning even giving it that title. And most importantly, wouldn't sparing Tris's life allow the final conclusion of this trilogy to be more sound, less rushed, and less overshadowed by the her death? I choose him over and over again, and he chooses me. Sorry to be candor but it was.
She knows that whoever holds the guns holds the power. Maybe he lives and redeems himself in some other way, though considering he was an accessory to the slaughter of an entire faction, betrayed his sister, and is generally of weak character, why would anyone believe that he can redeem himself in any other way? The rest was just something I want to forget. Don't worry, we won't spoil the ending here. If I could give this ten stars, I would. Though she is successful in repelling the death serum, David has been waiting for her inside and proceeds to shoot her as she works to expose the memory serum. And then my first reaction: perplexity.
Veronica Roth is absolutely amazing and I admire her so, so much. Tris was a self-sacrificing-know-it-all-martyr, what she did at the end ruined the entire series for me. Matthew has a nice little speech about the Terrible thing that genetic prejudice caused to happen, but who is also basically a clone of Cara. Feature film based on the book A feature film based on Allegiant Epub was announced under the production banner of Summit Entertainment in 2013. She isn't bad in anyway, it would be impossible for her, but no one on screen manages to make heads or toes of their character, simply because their isn't anything to be understood, it is just a screenplay that mixes random exposition to ever changing motivations because the story requires it. The theme of Allegiant is life gives hard decisions to make especially if love is involved. They are trying to fix what they have done.