Insurgent by Veronica Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The first book was amazing and this book was just as good as the first.
We're taken on a ride as Tris and Four are working on how to stop the leader of Erudite after she began the simulation that got a lot of people killed, including Tris' parents.
We get to learn a lot about Tris as well as her parents, especially when new information slowly comes to light about her parents and their old factions, not to mention their lives in their current faction. New information comes to light about Four and his family life. It's shocking but it's really not surprising to see where things go. I'm surprised at his alliances myself but that is what makes for a good story.
Nothing from the first book is forgotten. We get to see Tris work through a lot of what happened in Divergent. It's nice taking that ride right along with her because I think it makes the story more real and believable.
The ending is a pretty big cliff hanger. Also, it's quite a shocker, even though things are alluded to earlier in the story. It's a realization that Tris comes to herself. However, as a reader, we're shocked right along with Tris when one key piece of information is dropped that directly relates to her and her family. I think the next book is going to be just as wild as this one.
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