Allegiant (Divergent, Book 2)
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?
Reviewed: 2017-08-07Ending was very ballsy and meaningful, not very satisfying to me as a reader though.
Reviewed: 2017-01-29I'll up it to 1.5 stars for making me feel something other than a boundless rage at the end. (Everyone complains about the end, but it's the best part. No more crap!)
Summation: Tris and Four didn't have distinguished enough voices for the alternating POV thing to work. Half the time I would forget who was the "I," if I left the book to go do something for five minutes or more in the middle of a chapter.
Also, all I thought the whole time was "THIS IS NOT HOW GENES WORK!" And it's not: http://reflectionofreality.com/post/98102281799/why-the-premise-in-allegiant-doesnt-make-sense
When you write something, particularly a thing with religious-y undertones, getting basic facts about science correct would be great.
Reviewed: 2015-08-26I thought the ending was perfect. It was sad but realistic. It was not what I expected and I think that's why I loved it.
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