But Tris's new reality is even more alarming than the one she left behind. Old discoveries are quickly rendered meaningless. Explosive new truths change the hearts of those she loves. 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.
My Thoughts: So I've been trying to get through this book for awhile and I've finally
finished it. I will say the only reason I didn't finish it sooner was because I
had the ending spoiled for me and I was very upset about it. But now that I've
finished it and read how everything ends up. I'm satisfied with how she ended it.
Also a little sad and I have a few questions but nothing I can't answer myself if need be.
This book is the last in the Divergent trilogy. These books were absolutely thrilling and
always kept you on the edge of your seat (or where ever you read). This book in
particular had me tapping my foot in anticipation pretty much the whole time. This book is told in dual point of views. Four and Tris. In this book Tris and Four grew a lot as a couple and they both grew as a person. They learned a lot about themselves apart and together. There's also a lot of forgiveness in this book that I found comforting.
I also loved that Four faced one of his biggest
fears for Tris. And that it was one of her favorite things that she had done as
a Dauntless. I also really did like the ending. It was sad and I cried just a
little, but it felt final. Like Roth was saying "That's it! You shouldn't have
any questions because that's the end." I mean of course I have questions but
it's really only one question and its not really important. These books will
forever be in my top favorites and I really hope if you haven't read them yet
that you will try to in the future. There is also another book that goes along with these books.
It's about Four and his life before Dauntless and during his initiation into Dauntless.