Now includes an excerpt from the upcoming Four: A Divergent Collection.
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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The alternating perspectives are bothersome at times, due to the similarity between Tris and Tobias’s first-person narratives. However, for those who have faithfully followed these five factions...this final installment will capture and hold attention until the divisive final battle has been waged.Read Full Review of Divergent #3 | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
The biggest shift is that the new book alternates between using Tris and Four as narrator...It...allows for a surprise ending that is gutsier and much less predictable than the rest of the series would lead one to expect.Read Full Review of Divergent #3 | See more reviews from LA Times
Tris, Tobias and even some of the characters previously considered villains have internalized this lesson by the end of the series, and it will stay with readers after they have turned that final page.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
Despite a few lingering flaws, Allegiant is still well worth the investment. With the same gusto of its predecessors, the reader is truly transported to a strange and exciting new world with high stakes for characters you can’t help enjoying the journey with.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
Honestly, aside from a few small gripes, I’m not sure Roth could have done much better in terms of wrapping up the Divergent series.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
Allegiant is the final installment in the Divergent trilogy, a dystopian series set in a future Chicago that offers just the right balance of strong female character, compelling plot, action, and romance.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
The main reasons I am giving Allegiant four stars instead of five have to do with events that have to be considered spoilers. A week later I am still questioning decisions and actions made by characters in the last quarter of the book.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
When I finished reading Allegiant I was disappointed at first. However, I realized I was only disappointed because the story didn’t end the way I had wanted. It broke the mold, which was one of the reasons I had liked this series so much in the first place.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
Overall, I’m sure some people are going to adore Veronica Roth’s bravery but for me it was inadequate after the awesome build-up we have had to get to this point. One thing this book did convey was a lot of emotion, from me – loss, heartache, betrayal.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
I loved Allegiant, finally an ending that doesn't leave me feeling like I was bamboozled! The ending, though devastating, is a realistic ending and for that I have to give the author props. She made some very hard choices.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
Allegiant by Veronica Roth was a letdown, but still a passable finale to a memorable series...She had too many things to wrap up and only one book to do so.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
While I wasn't completely happy with how Allegiant ended, I do still love the Divergent trilogy and I won't forget it any time soon! Also, the fact that I was conflicted over the ending will probably make it linger in my mind...and my heart even longer.Read Full Review of Divergent #3
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