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  • Hardcover: 544 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks (22 Oct. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0007524277
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007524273
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 4.6 x 22 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,588 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,836 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for DIVERGENT:

“The next big thing.” (Rolling Stone )

“If you like Hunger Games & Twilight, then get stoked for DIVERGENT! Trust us on this―this baby is going to blow up BIG! And if you chose to remain factionless, then you’re gonna be one lonely soul.” (PerezHilton.com )

About the Author

Veronica Roth is the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author of Divergent, Insurgent and Allegiant – the Divergent trilogy. Now a full-time writer, Ms. Roth and her husband live in Chicago. You can visit her online at Twitter, Tumblr, her blog, and her website.


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111 of 119 people found the following review helpful By whateverhernameis on 29 April 2014
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NB: Plot and ending spoilers.

Like many other readers here, I felt compelled to write a review. This has been on my mind for days and I need to get it off my chest; I'm still having irritated outbursts whenever I think about this book.

Firstly, I really enjoyed the first two and eagerly read them having watched the first film. The story was interesting and held my attention, the characters were unique and likeable. Although there were tragedies and difficult topics, they were dealt with sensitively and with due care and consideration.

Needless to say, Allegiant was not like that. I persevered (had I known the ending, I wouldn't have), expecting that it would improve and fall into place. It didn't. I was genuinely upset at the end. I was left with the sense the whole book was a missed opportunity and the overwhelming feeling that I had been cheated of my time and money. I felt the characters had not received a just and well-thought out ending. Unsurprisingly, I have several complaints that made this book an actively negative contribution to my reading experience.

Firstly, we had Tobias' voice. This could have been brilliant. He's an engaging character; damaged, courageous, kind, fiercely loyal, all the things that make someone appealing in YA fiction. This was the first missed opportunity, the first hurdle at which our author had some inexplicable problem. Tobias was (amazingly) terribly boring. There was nothing distinctive about his voice. I kept having to check whether it was him or Tris, such was my confusion. I do not suffer from a short attention span, it was just poorly written (why? I don't know, there was nothing in the previous books that suggested this would be the case).
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Danielle Watson on 27 July 2014
Format: Hardcover
****SPOILERS*******

I loved Divergent. I thought the idea and the futuristic 'what if' the future world becomes like this was fantastic. I could not put it down. Then I read Insurgent and although it wasn't as good as the first - a lot of times the second books aren't as good because typically you fall in love with the first book of a series and that's why you read the second. I did love Insurgent too though, the ideas were still clever and exciting and you couldn't see where it would go. You fall more in love with Tobias/Four and you feel for Tris and how tortured she is over having to kill one of her best friends. The ending to Insurgent has me gasping! I knew something was outside of the fence, the fence was obviously there for a reason. But I thought it was to protect the people of some great terrifying evil. However, as you find in Allegiant that is not the case.

Allegiant -

I was excited to read this book, I thought it would round off a brilliant series perfectly. I was so wrong. When they get outside of the fence they find that they were in some sort of big brother experiment because their ancestors genes were mutated and 'wrong' and genetically damaged 'GD' and somehow a Purity War broke out (although not explained in full detail). And the only way to fix this wrong gene was to put them all into these 'experiments' and watch them until the divergent 'genetically pure' people with perfectly normal genes start to emerge.

However, I find this idea ridiculous! If you put all the GD people into one location and then they have babies they are all going to be GD's too...their genes will not magically change because they will have the same genes passed from their parents onto them.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Bamba on 30 Jun. 2014
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*SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS**

It's always impossible for any author to write the ending of a much loved series, there are always going to be unhappy readers & I do see what Veronica Roth was trying to do here & I have alot of respect & admiration for her & this world she has created & shown us so brilliantly (& I have alot of respect for her blog post about the ending which was very endearing)...however, even though I didn't completely hate this book, it didn't really work for me.

I hate the idea that everything has to be a trilogy or more. Like the Hunger Games (& that third book I did hate) this series would have worked so much better as a 2 book series with an extra few chapters at the end of Insurgent tying everything up.

It was obvious late in Book 1 that this was a 'village' type experiment & that there was a wider world out there. What would have worked perfectly for me was to have the factionless/good guys win & for them to venture out into the modern world. Fade to black, perfect.

Instead, very much like Catching Fire, we get a whole new us vs them/war scenario which is just frustrating in a 3rd book. It's like clutching at straws to drag the story out & as a result its riddled with plot holes & scientific nonsense that is just frustrating.

Pros:
*I love the world VR has created overall & thats why Ive given it 3 stars and like I said, I didn't hate it.
*Matthew, very interesting character & wish he had been fleshed out more
* Peters journey in this book is good
* I didn't actually mind what happened to Tris, just the reasons behind it.
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