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Click Here to Download the Book One choice can transform you—or it can destroy you. But every choice has consequences, and as unrest surges in the factions all around her, Tris Prior must continue trying to save those she loves—and herself—while grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love. Tris's initiation day should have been marked by celebration and victory with her chosen faction; instead, the day ended with unspeakable horrors. War now looms as conflict between the factions and their ideologies grows. And in times of war, sides must be chosen, secrets will emerge, and choices will become even more irrevocable—and even more powerful. Transformed by her own decisions but also by haunting grief and guilt, radical new discoveries, and shifting relationships, Tris must fully embrace her Divergence, even if she does not know what she may lose by doing so. 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.
Reviews He who holds the gun holds the power, that about sums it up for the entire human kind and this book. Governments and dictatorships are overthrown only to be replaced by similar ones, only with a slightly different agenda. I liked Divergent but I liked Insurgent even more. In Divergent Tris didn't seem too harassed about anything she had done but in this book the past is starting to catch up to her and therefore her reactions become more understandable, more human. She is still naïve, but I'm feeling her mature and see other shades in life, instead of the childlike black and white. She remains reckless and sometimes plain stupid, but I can understand her now, better than in the first book, perhaps because now she doesn't have much to fight for after losing almost everything in Divergent. Even though there was just as much violence and murder in this book as in the previous one, I found it easier to deal with because Tris was less inclined to pull the trigger or beat the crap out of someone than before. It made her character grow more, question more and think more. She's still a cold vindictive bitch, but now it makes more sense, after everything she has gone through. In Divergent some of her characteristics seemed off and without a good reason behind them. The plot twists weren't exactly surprising or dramatic but rather predictable, but it doesn't really matter because they fit the story. The ending was a bit of a disappointment, I was expecting something bigger, but it was good enough to keep me waiting for the next book. I'm hungry for more information of the outside world so the third book should be interesting. The whole social structures and political aspects intrigue me and I'm eager to find out why the city is the way it is and what exactly is behind those fences.
With a first book as good as Divergent people were already speculating about the sequel. It's hard to meet the expectation everyone had. But Veronica did it! Insurgent is action packed, fast paced and just an incredible sequel that will have you on the edge of your seat throughout this amazing journey. Insurgent picks up exactly where Divergent ended. No time was wasted and we were immediately thrown into the crazy world Veronica Roth has built for us. It's so hard for a sequel of a much loved book to be as good as the first. Especially the romance part. Reading about two people meeting and falling in love is much more interesting, than reading about a couple who've been together for a while now. Everything from that first meeting, to the first kiss, first touch, first fight. It's all so exciting, and I was worried about that angle of the book not being as good as the first. Although the excitement was not the same. It was intense. Four and Tris, in the midst of everything, were struggling to be together. While the world falls apart around them, they have even more personal issues within to sort out. Tris is haunted by the fact that she pulled the trigger that killed her friend Will. Christina is not talking to Tris, which makes it even harder. Four and Tris first go to Amity, from which they have to flee to and they eventually end up at Candor. In between these two factions, they come across the factionless. I was surprised to see the factionless were actually a functioning society. Much like how our world is. People could be themselves, instead of pretending to be someone else. We also meet Evelyn, Tobias' mother. She's somewhat of a factionless leader and has a plan to that Jeanine down. Tobias, who though his mother was dead all this time, tries to cope with this new fact. They also find out that Jeanine is planning something else. Something bigger. And it's time to stop her. Insurgent was dark! Even depressing. The characters are not people you would want to befriend in real life. Tris was still grumpy and sad most of the time. But it's their struggles that makes them likeable. Underneath it all they are just teenagers. Teenagers who just had to grow up too fast. I feel for Tris. She lost her parents at such a young age and she's expected to let it go and move on. Tobias is suffering from the angry young man syndrome, and it's so hard not to feel bad for him as well. I can't even imagine what he's been gone through. His father abusing him since he was a child. His mother walking out on him, making everyone think she was dead. Poor guy! Sometimes you forget he's only 17, he seems so much older and wiser. The world building is impeccable! Veronica has done an amazing job at describing everything without it seeming like a lecture. There was only one minor thing I had a problem with in this book as well as the first book. I just can't imagine a world like this, divided by factions. Who would actually want to live like this? Why didn't the factionless just go beyond the city border to see what else was out there. Surely, Chicago is not the only city left in the United States at that time. But I was willing to look past that. The story, plot, pace.. Everything was just perfect.
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