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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books; 1st Edition edition (Oct. 22 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 006202406X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062024060
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 4.1 x 21 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 522 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
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“Roth shakes up her storytelling (and will do the same to some readers) in this highly anticipated, largely satisfying wrap-up to the Divergent trilogy.” (Publishers Weekly)

“Roth’s plotting is...intelligent and complex. Dangers, suspicion, and tension lurk around every corner, and the chemistry between Tris and Tobias remains heart-poundingly real. This final installment will capture and hold attention until the divisive final battle has been waged.” (Publishers Weekly)

“The tragic conclusion, although shocking, is thematically consistent; the bittersweet epilogue offers a poignant hope.” (Kirkus Reviews)

“A surprise ending that is gutsier and much less predictable than the rest of the series would lead one to expect.” (Los Angeles Times)

“The plot is believably complex, and Roth makes the wise decision in this last installment to reveal the secrets early on and let the focus fall on her characters as they grapple with this new reality, the choices that face them, and the repercussions of their actions.” (Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books)

“In the end, this is a world replete with loss, and the heroes must suffer their own in a twist that will break the hearts of many readers but stays true to the merciless dystopia that Roth has created.” (Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books)

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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?
The explosive conclusion to Veronica Roth’s #1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy reveals the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of readers in Divergent and Insurgent.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By gimmeacd on Feb. 7 2014
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This was a huge disappointment! I just finished and can barely think straight.
I would not recommend this book to anyone. I wish I could go back and unread this novel.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Julie on Nov. 25 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I loved the first two parts of this trilogy although got pretty bored towards the end of Insurgent and was hoping that the story was going to unfold and pick up in the third part. I was extremely disapointed and bored while reading this novel. The way that either Tris or Four are taking turns to talk makes the story choppy and not flowing very well, the plot is predictable and the authir shoul have just tried to write that whole story in only two parts to spare us the boredom of reding the third one! Disaponting is an understatement.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Sofie TOP 500 REVIEWER on Oct. 24 2013
Format: Hardcover
First I want to say that I am not, nor have I ever been, a die-hard fan of this series. Am I even a fan? Eh, sort of. I really enjoyed the two books but it's not like I ever had a crush on Four or got fake faction tattoos or followed what was happening with the movie. So this is a review coming from someone who enjoyed Divergent, but never became an avid fan of it.

Allegiant was, to be blunt, atrocious. Many characters have died in this series but, as you may have already heard or deduced, the fans are traumatized by the death of a certain main character. Now I for one can tolerate main characters dying as long as there is a REASON behind it and it adds to the story - doesn't take away from it - and it is a powerful, meaningful death. Take Dumbledore for instance. I cried when my dad read his death scene to me (my dad read me the entire Harry Potter series starting when I was 7,) and I cry ever time I see the scene in the movie. But was I mad at JK Rowling? No. Many fans actually weren't, especially after the seventh book. They had closure. They saw reason to his death. Tragic? Absolutely. But JK Rowling did it right, as she did with most of her characters' deaths. But THIS death? MAJOR FAIL ON VERONICA ROTH'S PART!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It contributed NOTHING to the story. It was just so POINTLESS. I think she was trying to prove the selflessness of the character but the character died in the most anti-climactic way to sacrifice themself for someone who did NOT deserve it. I'm sorry but this particular character death was just horrible. And I stopped caring about this character after the first book.

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Emily Cousineau on Nov. 23 2014
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[SOILERS AHEAD] Long story short, if you're interested in reading this series, you might want to borrow or rent it as opposed to buying it.

Very disappointed with this book. I read a LOT (I also majored in literature in university), and can never remember feeling this disappointed and frustrated after finishing a novel.

I'm always leery of partaking in YA fiction, as it tends to be formulaic and predictable, but after seeing the movie, I became more curious about the world the author had created and found myself wanting to read more about it. The first book was my favourite. The second built tension, and the third could have been spectacular, but there are so many things wrong with it.

Firstly, I found the plot to be tedious and repetitive. Roth would have the characters expounding on and explaining the same concept over and over, seemingly because there was nothing else going on and there was nothing else for them to talk about.

Secondly, the choice to alternate the perspective of the narration between the two "main" characters was puzzling. There wasn't a distinct voice between the two narrators, and if it weren't for one character talking to or about the other, I would be lost as to who was speaking half of the time if it wasn't noted at the beginning of the chapter. This novel likely would have been better written from an omniscient perspective, but this alternative was chosen to try to maintain cohesion with the rest of the series which were first-person from one character.

The main problem many have with the book, is the death of arguably the main character of the series. I don't mind when important characters die. Even the lead character dying, if it works with the story and makes sense, is fine.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sharing Inspired Kreations on Oct. 29 2013
Format: Hardcover

Allegiant is told in alternating perspectives, unlike Divergent and Insurgent, which were told in only Tris's point of view. This one alternates between Tris and Four. I liked and didn't like this. I didn't think that Four's voice was distinct enough and I sometimes had to really think about whose perspective I was reading from.

Okay, so, I was not crazy about this book as a whole. At least, not nearly as crazy as I was for Divergent and Insurgent! I took issue with a lot of things and, honestly, I just wasn't captivated by it. I didn't feel a very strong connection to the characters, which was strange considering how much I loved them in the previous books. And I even re-read the first two books right before Allegiant so that I wouldn't lose that connection (or in order to refresh my connection). But, I just wasn't feelin' it in this one.

I found Tris and Four's relationship as being very dysfunctional in this book. I mean, I suppose it started in Insurgent. But, it was even worse in Allegiant. They seemed to think they could solve everything by just making out rather than actually talking about it. Every time they started to have a meaningful conversation and I thought things were actually going to be resolved, they would just start kissing instead! No wonder they have so many issues. These are not the keys to a successful relationship! They also didn't seem to have much respect for each other. If they did, they sure didn't act like it.

About half-way through the book, I just wanted to get to the end so that it was over with and I could move on. I really wasn't into it, which is very unfortunate. I was so excited for this book, as was everyone.
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