Allegiant by Veronica Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I really enjoyed the chapters being narrated by Tris and Tobias. The big step they made toward keeping their relationship intact was their promise not to lie to each other anymore. Tobias really comes across as a character in love with Tris and she makes him feel more secure and a better person, even though they argue and agree to disagree as well. Tris is still more obstinate and very sure of herself- her way of thinking and reactions are so much different than Tobias'.
I loved how they showed much more affection for each other and kiss in front of their friends and they are definitely ribbed about it (but they don't care). There are many upheavals with the factions (more history about before the factions), continued drama with Tobias' parents, and Tris' brother, Caleb. I liked the Old Chicago and New Chicago and the aspects of the truth serum and the ambiguity they feel about using them. I never expected the surprise end, but you will have to read the book. I love Roth as a writer and these 3 books were some of my favorite dystopian novels.
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