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Insurgent (Divergent Trilogy #2)


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ISBN13: 9780062024046
ISBN10: 0062024043
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The Lost Entwife, March 6, 2014 (view all comments by The Lost Entwife)
This is my week of exploring the world of Veronica Roth, captured in the books of the Divergent trilogy. I remain solidly in the four stars rating after reading Insurgent, let me just start off with that. Roth continued the pace set up by the first book of the trilogy and her world grew stronger with the revelation of new and interesting twists and turns. This review will have some spoilers (unavoidable in subsequent series book reviews) so if you haven't read Divergent, I urge you to do so first.

Still, Insurgent also solidified my deep dislike of the romance angle. I admire both Tris and Four - but together they seem weakened. All the strength that Roth built up with Tris's training and testing in Divergent seemed to be taken away by admiration for a boy. More so than admiration, out and out lust. I'm sorry, but I find it supremely unbelievable that in the middle of all the chaos taking place in Insurgent, anyone's mind would be on finding a corner to make out in. Especially considering what all Tris goes through up until the end of Insurgent.
That little rant over, let me talk about what I really loved in Insurgent. I loved that Roth kicks it up a notch. Just when I thought I had things figured out, she sweeps aside the dust from the foundation she built in Divergent and begins to build the first story of the house. That first story remains pretty solid, given the foundation that was laid out. Without the groundwork done, there were a few elements of Insurgent that would have come off as weak or far-fetched, but I really didn't have a problem believing in the story, which honestly surprised me. I found myself really and truly buying in to what I was reading.

Insurgent is one of the more strong middle books I've read in a trilogy in quite some time. There was a definite plan laid out and movement toward an end goal, something I really appreciated. I put down the book thinking that it gave me something to mull over and, had I needed to wait for the third book (but I didn't so yay me), I think Insurgent would have given me enough to tide me over.
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Kacey, December 15, 2013 (view all comments by Kacey)
While the first book in the Divergent series was enjoyable, this second book was hard to finish. The plot seemed to take a backseat to the main character's teenage angst with her first boyfriend. Ex: I love you! But I don't trust you. Let's make out. Wait, why are we making out? I'm mad you didn't trust me! But I still love you!
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golfgrl988, January 30, 2013 (view all comments by golfgrl988)
I absolutely loved this book! I devoured divergent in one sitting and the same was true for Insurgent. I can't wait for the third and final book of the trilogy.
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MamaReads2, January 30, 2013 (view all comments by MamaReads2)
This sequel lived up to the high standard of "Divergent." The author continued to shape the characters in satisfying ways. The story was engaging and fast and thoroughly enjoyable.
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txmiss1, January 22, 2013 (view all comments by txmiss1)
This is a very good book. Lots of action and twists and turns.
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Roth, Veronica
Katherine Tegen Books
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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Roth knows how to write. So even though this second book of the trilogy that began with Divergent feels like a necessary bridge between the haunting story she created in book one and the hinted-at chaos of book three, readers will be quick to forgive. Tris, reeling from the loss of her parents and guilt-ridden over having shot her best friend, must escape the Erudite faction's horrific takeover by fleeing first to Amity and then Candor. Reluctantly, she joins forces with the 'factionless' to defeat Erudite. As stubborn and self-destructive as ever, Tris butts heads with Tobias and tests everyone's (perhaps even readers') patience. Roth keeps every chapter action-packed, moving Tris tantalizingly close to learning the secret her parents were fighting to unleash. The author has a subtle way of pulling readers into a scene ('The outside air...smells green, the way a leaf does when you tear it in half'), and the novel's love story, intricate plot, and unforgettable setting work in concert to deliver a novel that will rivet fans of the first book. Ages 14 – up. Agent: Joanna Volpe, Nancy Coffey Literary and Media Representation." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
"Review" by , "The depth and richness of Beatrice herself make this an accessible option for both sci-fi buffs and realistic fiction fans."
"Review" by , "This gritty, paranoid world is built with careful details and intriguing scope. Fans snared by the ratcheting suspense will be unable to resist speculating on their own factional allegiance. Guaranteed to fly off the shelves."
"Review" by , "This is one fast-paced read that sticks in your head for days after you put it down, both because of its video-game-like scenes and its thought-provoking premise."
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