I know I’m a bit behind on finishing Allegiant (mostly because I read a spoiler, and, well, I didn’t think I could handle it), but I just finished it today. While I understand killing off the main character from an author’s standpoint (breaking boundaries, higher suspense, etc.), this was, in my opinion, the WORST way to end this fantastic book series. It’s honestly made me dislike the trilogy, which I didn’t think was possible; for a long time now, the Divergent trilogy has been my favorite. The scenes in which Tris was killed and Tobias finds out about it were rushed, and there was no real emotion for me. I wanted Tobias to go on an emotional rampage, and that just didn’t happen for me.
Anyway, love Divergent and Insurgent, DESPISE Allegiant.
That is all.
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