The two are forced to take truth serums, in which Tobias confides his reasons for transferring to Dauntless, while Tris reveals her killing of in self-defense, which strains her relationship with her friend,. Every new plot twist is a welcome surprise. I thoroughly enjoyed the parts where we get a look on each faction. New York Times bestselling author Veronica Roth's much-anticipated second book of the dystopian Divergent series is another intoxicating thrill ride of a story, rich with hallmark twists, heartbreaks, romance, and powerful insights about human nature. And my review of People, I have discovered, are layers and layers of secrets. But it was really over done for me.
In this book, the most inner secrets of Tris and Four will be in the open, and nothing will be the same anymore, but also, they will see how while weaker and more exposed they may be at first, now with their most personal shames known by everybody, now they are only stronger and even their enemies will be unable to push their buttons so easily now. So yeah, I just think it's a thought-provoking idea. Now I'm thinking that I probably never really liked Tris. It doesn't have to be one or the other. Tris is supposed to have an aptitude for Erudite, right? The next morning, Tris wakes and finds she is wearing the same clothes as the previous night.
At the factionless safe house, Tris finds out that Tobias's mom, Evelyn, is still alive and has a plan of her own to take over the city. I loved the complex idea and story arc. But really——over all, I did enjoy the book. Check the Rafflecopter Widget to see the name of the winner! As war surges in the factions of dystopian Chicago all around her, Tris attempts to save those she loves--and herself--while grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love. I pout my lower lip for a second, but then I grin as the pieces come together. Why did I break my promise to myself and read this book? Tris's initiation day should have been marked by celebration and victory with her chosen faction; instead, the day ended with unspeakable horrors.
But, once she is there she is betrayed and is considered a rebel. Edith Prior says there is much she wants to forget. Welcome to Abnegation where you can enjoy shapeless clothes and bland food. Nearly all the characters take a turn for the worst, particularly Tris, which is annoying since you have to practically spend the Not even close. Known faces are shown in an entirely new light; some for the good, some for the worse. Will I read the next book? Being with Tris has made him brave in a way that his native Abnegation self never was.
During the meeting, Lynn shoots and kills Max, while Shauna is rendered paraplegic by a nerve serum. I don't think I'll read Allegiant, sadly. You go to an audition and you're told you're too tall or you're too Irish or your nose is not quite right. The Dauntless should be patrolling the whole city and securing non-occupied buildings, and even so, the Factionless should be contained in a sector without option of leaving the assigned areas. Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. There, Tris meets with Marcus, who tells him that Jeanine is withholding the information that Abnegation protected; should the factionless take hold of it, it would certainly be destroyed. This makes her a liability in certain life and death situations.
I was feeling iffy about the polarization of characteristics between the different factions, but Tris's multiple affinities make her more well rounded and more admirable for what she chooses to do instead of what she can do with the capabilities she has. Peripheral characters die left and right in this book - but Tris is not even slowed down by serious physical injuries. This is the opening line of Insurgent. It w Like a wild animal, the truth is too powerful to remain caged. She's just an ordinary girl in an extraordinary situation.
His breaths, his body, my body, we are so close there is no difference. He showed a lot of emotions in this one and he'd been more open regarding his feelings. It's all based on their present and past situations. Once again, Veronica Roth has created a pulse-quickening plot that delves further into the dysfunctional governing structure of factions that either collaborate or can't stand each other. Tobias does not believe this, but Tris does. So, of course, Tris thinks it has to be her and sneaks off to give herself up before the Dauntless can form a plan.
He betrayed Tris and their family in order to remain loyal to his faction, Erudite, and help Jeanine. Hey, people still use hard drives in the future? He used to be so cool, even in a crisis - so what the hell happened? I just would like a little something like that in the description of Four in the future. Even being a slow reader, I ended up finishing the book in less than one weekend and started the next book straight away. This shocks her friend Christina, who loved Will and had no idea Tris shot him. And it left me sorely disappointed. After months of waiting, I managed to snag this book on the day of its release and thank goodness for that! After unsuccessful simulation tests, Jeanine orders for Tris' execution, but Peter, in return for Tris' rescue of him at the Amity sector, has swapped the serum for a paralytic serum beforehand and also frees Tobias, allowing the trio a chance to escape back to the Abnegation sector. At the school I attended, the clergyman who ran the cathedral school in Shanghai would give lines to the boys as a punishment.