She slaps him and leaves the Dauntless compound to see her brother Caleb in Erudite. I feel something like this: I will try and post up an actual review on my blog. But then there was also the way he treated Tris. The three of them move closer as Tris and Tori run to rescue them. My friend watched Ok so it's true in the Divergent movie they do mention the main ideas and the plot but they also edit a lot of things from the book.
Everyone said how it made up for the rest of the book and what not, but here's the thing: The ending couldn't make up for all the angst-filled fluff the rest of the book was stuffed with. My opinions on different things through the book kept changing, and now that it's done, I can't quite figure out what I feel about most things. That is not mockery, but a legit salute. Event 9: Also all the Factionless took over the government with out the Dauntless every body was mad but only the Factionless had guns. I thought his response to the situation was a weak one and it made me lose quite a bit of respect for him. Sorry to burst your cotton candy bubble gum bubble.
On the whole, I was very happy with Insurgent. However, Tobias follows her and ends up becoming captured, although he states that he has managed to convince Dauntless to ally themselves with the factionless, with the upcoming insurgency scheduled several days afterward. I know the Divergent's are different but still, I wonder if something else is going on too. There are many revelations in the book that keep coming till the last page , why the Erudite decided now was the time to attack, and what is their next move. Both the Amity and Candor have managed to stay natural but they are reminded of their place in the pecking order by the Erudite. But all that usually happens in the background with occasional mention to keep the reader up to date.
But Veronica Roth does it. Let me start off by saying, I really liked. When Tris decides the only way to help the cause is to turn herself in to the Erudite, she doesn't realize that Tobias will stop at nothing to save her -- and their cause. Insurgent definitely has a high body count. So if you are avoiding spoilers for this book like the plague, you should probably just go away. Tris is going around like some kind of robot.
I'm known to do that with a lot of books like and , for example. However, Johanna tells them that Amity has decided to offer sanctuary to each of the factions and that the group will be welcome to stay for the night. Will he become a better person or will he stay an a-hole? Enjoy your youth because you'll die young and in true Darwin Awards fashion. They were going to bring back two divergent to the Erudite for no reason until the the Loyal dauntless came captured Eric and saved he divergent. Even if at times you might not agree with her decisions, you still cheer her on and not for a minute does she allow you to become disengaged in her story.
In self-defense, Caleb ends up beating one Factionless to death, horrifying him. The Plot and World-Building This world in Insurgent is darker and even more exciting than Divergent. I just would like a little something like that in the description of Four in the future. Tris follows Four up to the fear simulation room, where he sometimes goes to practice facing his phobias. But, now I've become very curious. Tris, her brother Caleb, Tobias, Peter, and Marcus are on the run, as are the other surviving members of Abnegation and those members of Dauntless who chose not to unite with Erudite.
Peter was one character which was developed more in Insurgent. Brian here's a piece of advice. Sim-Tris taunts Real Tris over the deaths of her loved ones, but Real Tris knows she will eventually be able to forgive herself. What do you mean you're out of fucks?! Peter is detained and taken to Jeanine. It's quite the mess we'll be walking into in book three. I just don't want to. Tris has to deal with the trauma of being forced to kill one of her best friends.
Jeanine runs a few tests on Tris, finding out that her brain is different from non-Divergent brains, then decides to execute her. Middle books are usually filled with landscape designing, set up and transition for the next book so I usually didn't expect much from them. Uh uh - I don't think so! And then when I found out the super big secret, guess what? Then, Tris also made a comment about Lynn that really bothered me. And well, great job Veronica Roth, because Insurgent just had me convinced that this series is 4. Will I read the next book? Tris's initiation day should have been marked by celebration and victory with her chosen faction; instead, the day ended with unspeakable horrors. Tris grabs Christina and Tori grabs the boy, but Marlene falls over to her death.