Allegiant - Veronica Roth
Recommended for: EVERYONE as long as you have read the first two books
Read from November 05, 2013 to May 25, 2014 — I own a copy


So it took me a million years to finish this book and I feel like that's mainly because it's so long, but also because I did not want to be done with the series yet.

There's just something about the Divergent world that I absolutely love being a part of. I am so glad I read this trilogy.

No matter if you have heard spoilers about Allegiant or not, I dare you to just read it anyway because it's beautiful.

And now I will warn you of spoilers ahead in my review.

Seriously, DO NOT continue reading if you have not read Allegiant!

You have been warned.

So about a month ago I was reading an article online about the Divergent movie and the website spoiled a part of the ending of Allegiant! (I was only halfway through the book at that point). Can you guess what it was? Yes, it was that part at the end with know. I just can't type it.
And I was so angry because I did not want to know about the part before I read the book! Ugh.
BUT I still read Allegiant because how could I not?

Veronica Roth has a pure talent for writing, as I can truly feel the emotions of the characters, as if I was going through the same events with them. Man, could David not have been in the room? Man that made me so angry. But for some odd reason, I really love that Veronica chose to end the series this way. It made it interesting, unique, and somewhat inspiring—I mean we all have probably experienced at one point in our lives how Tobias felt when he drove back to his Abnegation home, memory serum in hand. I love that Veronica Roth chose to write that particular scene.

Overall, many have discussed that they were unhappy with Allegiant's ending, and even though I would say the same,—because who wasn't heartbroken after reading that?—I admire Veronica for ending it the way she did.

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Now what do I do since I have finished this beautiful trilogy?