EBOOK or KINDLE (Insurgent) BY Veronica Roth

Them and I just so freaking loved them I found myself dumbfounded by the ending It was mind blowing and I was seriously surprised It wasn t really a brutal cliffhanger but t was a very good cliffhanger I wasn t expecting that and Potty Training Magic: The Fun Way to go Nappy-Free Fast it made me so excited for the next book Overall Insurgent was a very remarkable andmpressive seuel Once you read Tiny House: Live Small, Dream Big it you ll never have a doubt about his series I highly recommendt Book 3 hurry up This review s also posted at Book OverdoseTeaser He kisses me again nsistent this time his hands sueezing my waist His breaths his body my body we are so close there The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes: Crisis, Breakdown and Reequilibration. An Introduction is no difference FINALLY the books out After months of waiting I managed to snag this book on the day of This Beach Is Loud! its release and thank goodness for thatWarning There will be no spoilers of Insurgent only of DivergentAfter having not beenmmersed Young Mr. Obama in the Divergent world since the first book came out last year I had ualms about diving headfirstnto Insurgent without refreshing myself with the basic events that happened prior to the start of this novel However having neither the time nor the care for rereading a book with this enticing new fresh book lying Inside Tunisia's Al-Nahda: Between Politics and Preaching in front of me I decided to be a Dauntless and take the risk small risk but heyt s the thought that countsMy first thought That rereading Divergent would have been unnecessary The Amiable Baltimoreans in the fact that Insurgent picked up right where Divergent left off and had enough continuity tot that I slowly but surely picked up all the dormant pieces of Love's Pulse information that I needed to know for this book The action picks up right away and my worries for this book the middle book of this trilogy were completely blown away with the events that happen Oftentimes the second book of a trilogy slows down and loses somef not a lot of the pacing of the first book only for the climax and the denouement to pick up drastically Okfuskee: A Creek Indian Town in Colonial America in the finale Insurgent however did not disappoint men that wayI loved so many things from this novel many of which I will point out belowSTRONG FEMALE LEAD Tris Los hombres me explican cosas is a kickass sort of person and there s no denying that truth Not onlys she Divergent but she s also a particularly strong type of Divergent which we had all the clues for Academic Strategy: The Management Revolution in American Higher Education in Divergent but were not pronounced clearly until now Shes nherently strong but she sn t Plautus invulnerable she shows weakness when we expect her to just like any human and regardless of her Dauntless faction She s strong but she s not overly ambitious unlike Jeanine and other people who will rise up to power and take advantage of the chaos What sets her apart from otherss that she has all the capabilities of a leader yet she shows enough humbleness and humility to know when to step down I was feeling Managing from the Heart iffy about the polarization of characteristics between the different factions but Tris s multiple affinities make her well rounded and admirable for what she chooses to donstead of what she can do with the capabilities she hasFOCUS OF THE NOVELCome on I didn t read Insurgent for Crown of Violet its romance It s obviously a perk of course but the romance between Tobias and Trissn t the main focus of the novel not at all The conspiracies the conspiracies within the conspiracies and the struggle between choosing what feels right and what logically s right s oftentimes employed here that makes you want to read further and further to see who s really the good guy And then somewhere along the way you realize that the good guy may not be the nicest guy I think Roth aptly puts this to justice when she writes And while he has done cruel evil things our society A Coney Island Reader: Through Dizzy Gates of Illusion is not dividednto good and bad Cruelty does not make a person dishonest the same way bravery does not make a person kind The multilayers to every action and every character makes you stop and think of the macro events which Creating the Constitution: 1787 is what I believe books should truly be aboutREALISTIC OUTCOMES AND PLOT DEVICES THAT MAKE YOU WIDE EYED FOR MOREStemming from what I said earlier about events that occurn this book I just want to say that Roth really does know how to set her pacing for the trilogy well Just reading the revelations that each page brings shows the careful thought and planning that was placed Time After Time into the creation of the Divergent world People you thought you could trust to be on the good side suddenly aren t so clear any everyone fallsnto some gray fuzzy area on where their loyalties lie The aptness of the adage the road to hell Rosie's Mom: Forgotten Women Workers of the First World War is often paved with goodntentions fits In the American Province: Studies in the History and Historiography of Ideas in with this world and many people think that the end justifies the means of their actions This strikes out to me not only for the complexityt brings to the series but also the reality of the situation that no matter how much you re a part of Abnegation African Perspectives on Colonialism in the end humannstincts demand that you take a look at the grand scheme of things and figure out how you re going to survive It s not necessarily saying that people are Staying Dry: 99 Tips to Bring You Back from the End of Your Rope inherently bad or goodt s just that everyone takes action for their own survival and that ultimately pits people against each other both realistic and true Who you trust ends up affecting what actions you take and uoted from Roth People I have discovered are layers and layers of secrets You believe you know them that you understand them but their motives are always hidden from you buried Madonna Red in their own hearts You will never know them but sometimes you decide to trust them Roth doesn t hesitate to pull out all the stops with layers upon layers of events that make Tris change her mind about which course of action to take countless times It s the sort of thing that makes your brain freak with the constant flow of newnformation while Humanism and Education in Medieval and Renaissance Italy: Tradition and Innovation in Latin Schools from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century it simultaneously processes whatt just learnedCHARACTERS nuff said "You Don T Find Multifaceted Characters Easily And Every Single "don t find multifaceted characters easily and every single of these characters has something to contribute to the Divergent world as a whole Remember Innocent on Her Wedding Night it s a society where things were always a specific way when a huge wave of reforms about to strike violently at you It s a time of "strife and war something that most of us n first world countries can t comprehend on "and war something that most of us n first world countries can t comprehend on personal level I uote an example from Isabel Allende here Once my daughter said to me that feminism was dated that I should move on Feminism The Dominican Intervention is dated Yes for privileged women like my daughter but not for most of our sistersn the rest of the world who are still forced Elusive Equality: Women's Rights, Public Policy, and the Law into premature marriage prostitution forced labor In such a setting chaoss everywhere and I can t stress how good The Clairmont Correspondence: Letters of Claire Clairmont, Charles Clairmont, and Fanny Imlay Godwin, 1808-1879 it was reading about the diversity of people who at the end of the day all wanted to just survive ENDINGI would be cautious of reading Insurgentf I were you The ending was the most terrible horrible jaw dropping cliffhanger that I ve read American Physicians in the Nineteenth Century: From Sects to Science in a while We don t even have a specific date to look forward for the third book either I can t well yes I can but you understand my shock believe that Roth would put us through such misery of revealing such a huge closely guarded secret the truth of all truths to Divergent and then endt right when chaos breaks out Such a tease and such a brilliant move That ll keep us fans holding on for sureWould I recommend this book Heck yes without a single doubt It s got action suspense adventure mystery and romance packed Neighboring Lives intot and Chernobyl Zone (I) it was both cleverly and well executed I couldn t ask for of a novel and I sincerely thank Roth for sharingt with usThe pre review I had posted that gathered all the likes to this reviewWHO REVIEWED IT ALREADY I m tempted to give death glares to any that did because at this point giving The Algiers Motel Incident it a ratings just petty hate mail Judging by the average rating for the first book and the FACT THAT THE SECOND BOOK ISN T EVEN OUT FOR ARCs YET there should be no ratings How can you rate a book based on what you re anticipating Washington Seen: A Photographic History, 1875-1965 it to beWhatt s rated now s by no means true since we don t even know what the book s about All right Start «My Name is Freida Sima»: The American-Jewish Women’s Immigrant Experience Through the Eyes of a Young Girl from the Bukovina it up We Will Rock You style now Clap clap stomp Clap clap stomp Clap clap stomp Clap clap stompWe are we are DAUNTLESSWe are we are DAUNTLESSBeatrice Now called Tris Made a big changePlaying on the trains She became a Dauntless one dayShe s got mud on her faceA parental disgraceNow she ll be kickin your ass all over the placeSingin We are we are DIVERGENTWe are we are DIVERGENTTobiass a Dauntless DivergentShoutin to them all We can take on the world todayErudite got blood on their faceWe ll put them Iwo Jima: Legacy of Valor in their placeInto the past out of our Fear LandscapesSingin We are we are INSURGENTWe are we are INSURGENTCome onWe are we are INSURGENTWe are we are INSURGENT The Rundown Okay I m sorry but I am NOT going to give you a summary of this book I knew nothing goingn and I loved t that way Everything was a surprise and I think maybe that s how t should be Plus you know you want to read Stone of Asylum (Dance of the Crane it anywayAndf you haven t read Divergent yet WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR Shoo Go read Carmen: Libretto it NOW The Plot and World Building This worldn Insurgent The Mercy Seat is darker and even exciting than Divergent Each chapter raises the stakes until you re alln The characters Summer and Smoke in this book are so much alive thann any other book I ve read recently They have such fascinating layers and depth that I feel I could never uncover all he secrets they hold Luckily Veronica Roth Head Over Heels is amazing at helping us do just that The characters are masterfully unraveled before our very eyes Insights unlocked that I d have never seen comingThe same goes for the storyline There are things happeningn this book that I wouldn t have once guessed And I consider myself pretty adept at figuring out storylines Every new plot twist guessed And I consider myself pretty adept at figuring out storylines Every new plot twist a welcome surprise Every new bit of Sprichw�rter: H�fflicheit Zier, H�chste Vernunfft Und Klugheit, Was Auch Zu Ewiger Unnd Zeitlicher Wei�heit, Tugent, Kunst Unnd Wesen Dient, Gesp�rt Und Begriffen; Von Alten Und Jetzigen Im Brauch Gehabt Und Beschrieben, in Etlich Tausent Zusammen Br infos an exciting revealI was very pleasantly surprised that the romance storyline DID NOT overwhelm the majority of the plot This was a book about society and about war and about dealing with everything that comes with both of those That s what dystopian fiction Roula Rouge: Roman is supposed to be aboutThe plot expands greatly upon what we know about the society andt s background which Monsieur Saguette and His Baguette in the first was mostly nil I was thrilled with the way thenformation was revealed and what t means for the future of the series The Characters Tris really FEELS the emotions brought on by the deaths that she believes herself to be responsible for even when she had no other choice In fact she feels her feelings almost too much A lot like the way people really do n even less dire real life situations She s just an ordinary girl Poor Man's Imaginary Friend in an extraordinary situation At least that s how she sees herself She doesn t at all realize how strong and extraordinary she reallysAs much as I love Katniss from The Hunger Games I never really felt her Freedom by the Sword: The U.S. Colored Troops 1862-1867 - South Atlantic Coast, Gulf Coast, Mississippi River, Southern States, Reconstruction inner turmoil the way I do with Tris My stomach clenches when I think of what she s gone through so far If I think aboutt too much I ll get nauseousOn another note I have a tiny gripe about the passages Love and Magic I: 9 Paranormal Romances involving Four s looks like this one Some girls might focus on the way his ears stick out or the way his nose hooks at the end Plus many other little ones about his spindly long fingers and gaunt faceWow move over Fabio Lemme at him GOOD LORD this woman really does not want us to find Ol Toby attractive does she I appreciate that hesn t your typical hero type because let s face Hummingbird it not every guy has long blonde waves and gleaming teeth But not every girl finds that kind of guy attractive either It doesn t have to be one or the other I would like a bit sexier description of him from time to time You know something that doesn t maket sound as though he looks like BeetlejuiceFor example most people wouldn t call Edward Scissorhands himself a classically handsome man If you tried to you could make some of Johnny Depp s characters sound pretty hideous Beyond Identity Politics: Feminism, Power and Politics in a text description but he somehow manages to transcend the gloomy and uniue nature of those characters and bring them to lifen a way that makes them sexy and Das Licht brennt ein Loch in den Tag intriguing I just would like a little something like thatn the description of Four Das alte Haus in the future The Romance First off yes I still call him Four Tris switches off between calling him Four and Tobiasn the book Lately I ve found myself calling him Tobias La Folle de Chaillot in my head but when I writet t usually ends up being Four I mean that s what he was called throughout almost the entire first novel but the name Tobias s starting to grow on meTo be honest I was afraid that Tris and Four s relationship would go down the cookie cutter route I couldn t be thrilled with the direction their romance has taken They have real In Schlesien geboren, in Schlesien gelebt, aus Schlesien vertrieben: Erinnerungen issues that they work through Theres no angst purely for the sake angst It s all based on their present and past situations If you re looking for a lovey dovey pink fluffy unicorns dancing on rainbows kind of relationship then sorry but you won t find that here Sorry to burst your cotton candy bubble gum bubble And yes I know I m evil sly grinThere s angst and arguing but NO love triangle with the main character At least not one that was discernible to me If there was one Safe Enough to Soar it was a ninja assassin love triangle The Verdict LOVE LOVE LOVE I cannot wait to get my hands on the next bookn this series Insurgent was an How to Think Like a Great Graphic Designer incredibly delicious exciting and emotional read But mostlyt just flat out made an Caravaggio. impact on meThe other night I was watching Merlin which has newly been added to my list of all time favorite TV shows and there was one particular moment where a character shows a redonkulous amount of braveryn a certain heartbreaking scene which cannot be named and I literally thought to myself That s so Dauntless That s the power of the world that Veronica Roth has created When a story becomes part of pop culture when t s so uniue and recognizable that Cases in Marketing Management it can be spoofed or merchandised and whent s terminology works Handgestenerkennung im Interaktionsszenario its waynto your everyday life that s when you see the true power of literature I believe that this s one of those storiesOh and by the way I want a T Shirt with the Dauntless faction symbol so someone get started on that ASAP snap snapThe winner of the Divergent and Insurgent PRIZE PACK has been announced on STRANGEMORECOM Check the Rafflecopter Widget to see the name of the winner. E nicht sicher denn der Krieg zwischen den Fraktionen hat gerade erst begonnen Wieder einmal muss Beatrice entscheiden wo sie hingehört – selbst wenn es bedeutet sich gegen die zu stellen die sie am meisten liebt. ,


Insurgent

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Come on Insurgent What Insurgent he says Noun A person who acts n opposition to the established authority who s not necessarily regarded as a belligerent I look at Fernando The last time I broke nto a faction s headuarters I did t with a gun Písně Vrbovýho proutku in my hand and I left bodies behind me I want this time to be different I need this time to be different I liket I say Insurgent It s perfect Once again I find myself with mixed views over a book 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 But Divergent s far from usual And t s ending Let just say the expectation to the second book was set pretty high I admit there were so many things I forgot about Factory of Tears in this series I had trouble remembering who was who like with Tris guilt for killing Will I can t freaking remember who s Will was To my defense Divergent was blindly fast pace and with a year gap between the two bookst s a bit disorienting for Insurgent to Broken by the Alien immediately jumping rightn Insurgent started directly after where the first book left us Will s murder Tris parents deaths and the destruction of Dauntless and Abnegation with Tris Four Marcus Four s father and Peter all on the run It picks up exactly where My Family, A Symphony: A Memoir of Global Adoption it ended on the trainThe first part of the story was already full of action And comparing the amount of actionsn this book to the first one Better not because this will give you no pause for time out There Reform or Revolution Other Writings (Books on History, Political Social Science) is also a great sense of unease and unknown As the book progresses there are events that complicate and confuse me that It made the pace kind of slow But the worst was me keep guessing what s the unimaginable scary thing outside the fence that they kept secret all the time I really can t get that out of my mind the whole time I m reading this I People I have discovered are layers and layers of secrets Umm no honey You re thinking of something else Of the three books this books the long neglected and likely disturbed middle child Not as fun as the first nor as smart as the third Doesn t contribute or stand out Essentially Butterfly in the Wind: The Life of Tojin Okichi, Concubine Against Her Will of the First American Consul in Japan it s just there staring at us and wanting us to noticet The plot Tris Co are betrayed run to a new faction cue long description of new factionfaction life Tris Co are betrayedrun to new factionetc Literally the whole book s Tris running around of the Divergent world It s like Veronica spent too much time designing these factions and didn t want the effort to go to wastehence we get the grand tour Well I shouldn t say that s all we getwe also get gems like this Killing you s not the worst thing they can do to you I say Controlling you s You could completely skip this novel and not miss a thing for the third Oh wait They do use the classic government knew of everything and manipulated every possible thing to get this exact outcome LovelyMy favorite part When Veronica Roth assumed we were too stupid to understand the title Insurgent he says Noun A person who acts n opposition to the established authority who s not necessarily regarded as a belligerent Mind Freaking Blown YouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading Well I definitely like the title Divergent better than Insurgent Sounds a bit like InsuranceWow eight likes Maybe people have had some bad experience with nsurance DunnoTEN LIKESOO OO OO I love that face There are so many different combinations XDEleven Whoa OO I don t understand this My review Promises, Promises isn t at the top of the review pages Memoirs of an Old Dyke it It s very cool though D Thanks everyoneOh my word Fourteen likes oo OO OO228 DAYS I think 219 DAYS5278 HOURS316728 MINUTES AND ABOUT19003700 SECONDS UNTILINSURGENT THE BOOK WITH THE WACKY TITLE217 days5223 hours313427 minutes18805657 secondsI don t know how I m going to SURVIVE whenif Tris meets up with Christina and Christina FINDS OUT TRIS KILLED WILL WAHHHHH D X Christina and Will were PERFECT PERFECTPURFECTPAIRFECT Ahaha pairfect Oh sobs PAIRFECT I think I m going to reread Divergent I can t wait 212 days211 days210 days 5055 hours 303346 minutes and about 18200800 secondsHOORAY DIVERGENT CAME I can rereadt I ve forgotten how gripping Boo and The Backyard Zoo its oo It s likewow Wow WOWAwwTris and Four are so cute togetherHey am I reviewing Insurgent or Divergent Better cut down on the Divergent snippets Of course properly I shouldn t even be reviewing Insurgent I mean A Laboratory Text-Book of Embryology it s not out yet My main cause of dismay books that are not out yet Go figure 199 days189 days4536 hours272190 minutes and about 16331455 secondsAnd son agony I m probably the most agonized person waiting for InsurgentInsurance AGH AGH AGH AGHBack to rereading Harry Potter 167 days5277 now OOMy countdown clock Whippersnapper is acting upAAAH ONLY 131 DAYS It s a palindrome oh yeah I don t like this cover as much as Divergent s butt s still cool I dunno Divergent just had a little somethingto t It was striking n my opinion 55 days 1330 hours 79851 minutes and about 4791064 seconds until you know what FOOOORRRRRTY TWO DAYSAAH I JUST FOUND OUT THE RELEASE DATE HAS BEEN BUMPED UPJust kidding April Fool s D AAAAHH AAH AAH IT S OUT Only there are thirty four darn holds on Abuse and Victimization across the Life Span it at the library I have to wait like for ages sobsUPDATE READOh my goshit washow do I even begin to review this bookIt was first of all awesome I am so thankful that Roth didn tnstall a love triangle I hate those But all of the hopes I had for Will still being alive were crushed The Has The Tree Symbolizing Amity On "has the tree symbolizing on and for pretty good reason Tris for reasons which you will have to read yourself spends a good deal of time The Idea of Biblical Poetry in the Amity headuarters compound complex and you got to know their faction better The leadership systems uite The Idea of Biblical Poetry: Parallelism and Its History interesting they don t really have one I actually think being Amity wouldn t be too bad view spoilerExcept not the fact that they put drugs or whatevern their bread hide spoiler I want to give a big old round of applause to HarperTEEN and their nsane marketing campaign Bravo That s not mockery but a legit salute I sincerely have to give Bohemians: The Glamorous Outcasts it up to you for convincing me that I had to own this book I was caught up and boarded the Twitter hype train ast drove me round and round the blogosphere s Factions BTW I still don t know who drives the damn train So by the time I stepped AL Wld Cons 83-85 Rev into my local bookstore and laid eyes on Insurgent I happily handed over my 1799 I wasn t thinking logically It was asf I was under a simulation HAHAHA Did you see what I did thereAnd that ending Ugh I I I need a moment Let me just stop myself right here before I end up writing a really negative review and 1 starring one of the most anticipated books of 2012 But know I am displeased VERY Just look at how long Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus it took me to finish the book What a shame The most anticipated book of 2012s my most disappointing read so far After all the positive reviews I read I knew for sure I d love t Unfortunately t didn t work out that way I was conflicted on whether to give this book one or two stars In the end Insurgent s saving grace Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in Extremes: A Year Alone in the Patagonia Wilderness is thatt simply doesn t belong with some of my other one starred books So I feel I must warn whoever stumbles across this review If this Gods of the Blood: The Pagan Revival and White Separatism is one of your favorite series and you lovet with the burning passion of a supernova this review might have the potential to piss you off It might be best for both you and I عشر ليال وراو if you just hit the back button now before things get going Go on Spock and I will waitwhistlesOh you re staying huh Well strap yourselfn because I have a feeling t might just be one of those reviewsSpock tells me this review must contain mild spoilers n order to logically explain this Common Labor: Workers and the Digging of North American Canals, 1780-1860 illogical novel Sorry kids Spock s callThe first big negative right off the bat was that Insurgent picks up directly after Divergent left off Theres virtually no recap to the story or characters and f you read the book a year ago well you may be screwed But thankfully Roth wrote up a lovely little cheat sheet for just this purpose Yay However the problem doesn t just lie with remembering names It lies with the connection the reader may or may not have had with the characters n Divergent which was now non existent since I could barely remember who was who What s that you say So and so just got shot What You Really Need to Know about Moles and Melanoma in the head I m sorry I can t find a single fuck to give Then we arentroduced to even characters So not only do I have to attempt to remember the old characters but I have to keep track of these newbies too That s just way too much work Obviously this Fighting Techniques Of Naval Warfare 1190 Bc Present Strategy, Weapons, Commanders And Ships isn t really Insurgent s fault but I thoughtt would helpful to point this outThe PlotWhat happened here What happened to the action packed dystopian series I was Bodies of Evidence introduced ton Divergent Where the hell was Tris and why was Bella playing her role Why did Four suddenly update his Facebook status to Douche Bag Who s Federico Fellini: Comments on Film idea wast to turn Insurgent Algebra of Probable Inference into a Dystopian Romance One thing I loved about Divergent was that the romance took a back seat to the story and action Butn Insurgent the action In Old Virginia: Slavery, Farming, and Society in the Journal of John Walker is scattered with a heavier focus on Tris and Four s relationship Look thats not what I signed up for I really don t care Algebra of Probable Inference if Four loves Tris orf they ll end up riding a unicorn that poops rainbows as they ride off nto the sunset Whatever whatever whateverSo the Erudite are trying to take over their world by creating a new serum for those that are Divergent while the Factionless plan a rebellion But all that usually happens n the background with occasional mention to keep the reader up to date Most of the novel we are stuck Strength in Numbers in Tris head as she goesnto angst mode over Four her parents and Will It was so boring I felt like I was stuck A Tale of New England: The Diaries of Hiram Harwood, Vermont Farmer, 1810-1837 in a throwback episode of As the World Turns On repeat Save me But wait We have a random plot twist at the end right before the battles about to go down Marcus Four s abusive father decides to enlist Tris to help him retrieve Testing Aircraft, Exploring Space: An Illustrated History of NACA and NASA information stolen from Abnegation He tells hert s super secret and that he can t tell her what A Warlock's Destiny its because t s something you have to see that she ll just have to trust him Doing so would betray Four She agreesWait PauseTris hates Marcus Tris loves
FOUR TRIS DOESN T KNOW WHAT 
Tris doesn t know what they would be retrieving She also doesn t know f Marcus Christian Science on Trial: Religious Healing in America is telling her the truth She has absolutely no reason to believe him No real evidence to back up his claim She agrees Without much thought Triss supposed to have an aptitude for Erudite right She s supposed to be logical RIGHT Tris pack your bags I think Spock has just voted you off the Mothers of Heroes and Martyrs: Gender Identity Politics in Nicaragua, 1979–1999 islandThat makes no sense And then when I found out the super big secret guess what He could have easily told her I smell and easy plot cop out folks The secrets kept long enough from the reader just so t can push you off the cliff on the last pageWorld BuildingIn Divergent I let a lot slide and roll off me because I was entertained throughout the entire book I m known to do that with a lot of books like Wither and Across the Universe for example I could not do t with Insurgent You see I have the attention span of a fruit fly If I m not fully engaged n the book I m going to notice things Things I probably wouldn t care too much about f I were enjoying myself Like how the Erudite wear glasses just because they re smart Or how even though Tris Monsieur dEon Is a Woman is emotionally unbalanced 16 year old everyone still looks to her to analyze the situation Or even howmpossible I find these factions How Monsieur d'Eon Is a Woman: A Tale of Political Intrigue and Sexual Masquerade ist that you can put all of these traits nto neat little boxes and ask a person to choose one over the others This s the same problem I had with The Hunt In both novels the author tries to pitch an The Architecture of Baltimore: An Illustrated History idea of human behavior completely different from what realitys but you can clearly see the flaws with Lifting the Fog of War it However the main character fully believesn that world and way of thinking They try to rationalize The Case against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care it convince you oft Yes I realize What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, And Everyday Life In Nazi Germany, An Oral History it s a Dystopian novel but thiss a hard concept to sell because Life's Worth: The Case Against Assisted Suicide it makest difficult for me to sympathize with the main character their conflicted feelings and understand their world Believability Design by Nature is key for me and I have a hard time believing this world Tris freuently switches back and forth between her Dauntless Erudite and Abnegation sides Other characters comment on her embracing one trait depending on what the situation calls fort But this doesn t work for me Real talk you can t just put logical thinking back Mother Load in the toy chest when you decide you don t want to play witht any It doesn t work like that At least I don t think so SpockI m getting no The Psychiatry of AIDS: A Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment ish vibesTrisThis series gets a lot of comparisons to The Hunger Games andn a way I can see why You have your young girl who one way or another plays an mportant part n bringing forth change to her society And Ill Never Tell if I really had to compare the two I d say that Insurgents like Mockingjay Tris s depressed struggling to hold t together and fight The Fortune (The Jack Mallory Chronicles, in the war The difference comesnto play when Tris borderline gives up while Katniss kicked ass until the very end I m not saying Tris didn t have the right to be depressed because I do believe she did But In deinen Schuhen it was really over done for me I felt like I was drowningn her angst This book นครอรุณรุ่ง is over 500 pages long and most of the action doesn t even show up to the party until the last 30 pages So what was Tris doing for the other 500 pages Not a damn thing No scratch that Spock tells me thats London (1805-1946): Cassini Historical Maps (BX5-LON) inaccurate Tris wasn fact doing something She was off being selfless trying to get herself killed so that no one else would die Bella s that you I didn t know you did Dystopias now That rritated me to no end At one point she turns herself nto the Erudite because they threatened to kill off people until Divergent started surrendering So of course Tris thinks t has to be her and sneaks off to give herself up before the Dauntless can form a plan Now let s think about this logically Tris knows the Erudite want to experiment on her for a Divergent proof serum Which means people would be enslaved andor killed because of her turning herself Fireside Politics: Radio and Political Culture in the United States, 1920-1940 in facepalm Then she almost dies butt was too late because I had run out of. Die Aufnahme n eine der fünf Fraktionen sollte ein feierliches Ereignis für Beatrice werden – und endete n einer Katastrophe Zwar konnte die 16 Jährige die als Unbestimmte über besondere Fähigkeiten verfüg. Fucks by then So I had to shake Spock down for some What do you mean you re out of fucks One of us has to care The Projection and Limitations of Imperial Powers, 1618-1850 if Tris lives or dies The EndingOkay lots of spoilers here folks Spoilers all around from this point onI didn t like the ending I felt cheated because I had hung on for the ending Everyone said howt 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 I didn t feel the anticipation throughout the novel and I hate to admit that I was really tempted to skim The villan was killed really fast without much of a fight I always hate when that happens The villan has been giving the characters hell all throughout the story and by the time their number s up they beg for their life and die by a simple stab woundYes f you kill me you ll never find the Wildlife Contraception: Issues, Methods, and Applications informationstabby stabinsert blood and stuffUGH I M MELTINGdies Still no fucks I see That s cold bro And the big secret wasn t anything you couldn t have guessed from Divergent It s revealed that the worlds The Mind Has Mountains: Reflections on Society and Psychiatry in chaos outside of the fence Murders destruction etc The weird things that I actually forgot about their society being enclosed French Writers and the Politics of Complicity: Crises of Democracy in the 1940s and 1990s in the fence untilt was brought up near the end It totally slipped my mind But I digress The entire point of their society was to be a fresh start to the world Somehow by boxing people n these Factions and waiting for the Divergent to emerge that euates to saving humanity I m not exactly sure how that works since the book just ends with that revelation and the Acknowledgements rolled But I feel like Roth wrote herself all the way to a deserted sland sent up her SOS signal and that cliffhanger fell right out of the sky to the rescue sigh I really hate cliffhangers It was one of the things that I liked about Divergent For the most part things were tied up but with Insurgent It s uite the mess we ll be walking nto n book threeWill I read the next book Yes because I ve come this far and I m hoping I will enjoy book three as much as I enjoyed Divergent I think Insurgent suffers from Second Book Syndrome and the Damballah infamous Hype Train mayt die Virginia Dare: Mystery Girl in a fire the Hype Train not the book But ultimately I mnterested n how Roth will explain away everything Maybe then this whole series will make perfect logical sense to me Until then drink time SpockMore reviews and shenanigans at Cuddlebuggery Book Blog 25 stars Uh oh Why did I break my promise to myself and read this bookWas t my curiosity Well I need to be careful After all curiosity killed the cat and I m a Leo Uh oh Now I m afraid that this book may have made me use up a few of my allotted nine lives OO Welcome back to the senseless world of dystopian Chicago where you are only allowed to have one personality trait which apparently Orpheus and Eurydice is determinedn what seems to be an euivalent of a 5 uestion multiple choice test And this ridiculousness Ancient Greece [With Clip-Art CD] is presented very seriously Let s catch up shall weIf you happen to give your seat on a bus to an old lady well you must be selfless Welcome to Abnegation where you can enjoy shapeless clothes and bland foodIf you have ever wondered how stuff works and dared to ask a smart uestion welcome to the EEEEvil Educated Erudites Exclusive Establishment A set of complementary spectacles and a seat at the library are waiting for youYou frown upon lying Welcome to candid life of Candor Enjoy your lie detector tests Now there s only one answer you can give to the eternal uestion Does this make me look fat and punchedn the face you will be no doubtYou are a tree hugging or people hugging hippie Amity nuff said You are a near suicidal borderline sociopath who loves jumping off moving trains and beat the crap out of people Heh heh You must be Brainless Dauntless Enjoy your youth because you ll die young and Women Making America in true Darwin Awards fashionBut whatf you happen to be a normal person with than one personality trait What Due to Circumstances Beyond Our Control. . . if you are a tree hugging gardening loving hippie who helps old ladies cross the street while being able to truthfully recite 34 decimal digits of pi HIGH ALERT YOU ARE DIVERGENT THE HORROR YOU ARE SOMEHOW SPECIAL DANGER TO THE SOCIETY RUN AND HIDEThis how we left thingsn Divergent that for all ts flaws was uite entertaining Now we re moving on to Insurgent where ridiculous overpowers the fun amidst nothing happeningWe start with our lovely heroine Tris recently tortured and shot n the shoulder after which she lost uite a bit of blood right away easily jumping off trains and running around like the Sociological Papers (Classic Reprint) invincible little special snowflake shes When she s not defying basic laws of human physiology she moons over her boyfriend Tobias and tries to pull the traditional YA self sacrificing for the sake of the loved one clich Peripheral characters die left and right n this book but "tris s not even slowed down by serious "is not even slowed down by serious The Bitter End injuries It s like she s Superman s long lost cousin And how exactlys she so badass Is t her extensive Dauntless training I beg to differAfter a few weeks of haphazard training n the Dauntless compound the training that appeared to consist of teenagers pummeling each other Simultaneity and Delay: A Dialectical Theory of Staggered Time into pulp shooting guns and throwing knives without any realnstructions jumping from moving trains and never actually having time to recover from physical njuries and playing Capture the Flag Tris s of course a highly trained physical menace If that s what makes you so super fit Planning: As Exciting as It Gets or Plans Were Born to Be Changed in this dystopian world the rest of them must be so deconditioned they fall over from just walking Dauntless training Left what we are expected to believet s Right what t probably looked like the entire timeSeriously all the training happened n the previous book This one really presents Tris as an accomplished badass again after a month or so of physical training Really book Tobias apparently less than mpressed with Tris s special snowflake ness spends the majority of this book pouting at her yelling at her being bossy patronizing dismissive and full of double standards In the meantime Tris spends uite a bit of time swooning over him while Nataliya spends uite a bit of time perfecting the eye rolling exercises my version of Dauntless workouts using eye muscles only And here s the worst thing On Genetic Interests: Family, Ethnicity and Humanity in an Age of Mass Migration in many many many many pages of this book not much of significance ever happens SeriouslyThe rest of the story the parts not about Tobias and Tris relationship consists of contrived yet repetitive situationsn this ridiculously constructed world that Astronomical Enigmas: Life on Mars, the Star of Bethlehem, and Other Milky Way Mysteries is completely unsustainable the wayt s presented that read like a 12 year old wrote them Go to a new compound meet stupid and selfishevilplottingweak leaders engage Separated by the Border: A Birth Mother, a Foster Mother, and a Migrant Child's 3,000-Mile Journey in a confrontation with the Erudites meet those prejudiced against you watch a peripheral character die do something noble do something reckless do something selfless rinse repeat pass Go collect some angst pointsMost side characters are so under developed and one sided that thedea of the world where people are okay with being defined only by a single uality almost begins to make sense except I think America Now it s less deliberate planning than poor characterization Add to this the fact that not much actually happensn this book to meaningfully advance the plot n any way and you see how this can get juuuuust a bit frustrating And the much talked about ending I found t a ridiculous and b uite predictable I called Paradigms of the Church in Mission it not that farnto the book thinking about the only possible way a world so The No-Nonsense Guide to Women's Rights illogical as this one would ever comento being and Blind Landing in all honesty I watched enough of M Night Shyamalan s films to jump to the conclusion thats the Big Reveal Call me nerdy Well yeah Hey but at least we get a mention of prefrontal cortex and mirror neurons Blue-Collar Hollywood: Liberalism, Democracy, and Working People in American Film in the context of pseudo science of the Erudites here Neuroscience Made Ridiculously Simple huh If things like that are what makes the Erudite seem smart this worlds screwedBy the way What did smart people ever do to Veronica Roth Erudite Evil gets annoying rather uickly Why Kabbalah and Modernity: Interpretations, Transformations, Adaptations ist that Buddha Kiss it s the brave who are awesome and all the other ualities appear vastlynferior Is Mauritania: Alla Scoperta Delle Antiche Biblioteche Del Deserto it because Gryffindorn Harry Potter another universe that sorted kids by their one defining character trait housed the brave Is t because bespectacled kids the stereotypical smart seem like easy targets on the playground C mon Veronica Roth smart kids are cool oh kayCool smart people See I m not kiddingAnyway 2 stars I feel generous since I had so much fun looking for all the Big Bang Theory mages for this review I still may read the third one because apparently I enjoy torturing myself with eyeroll worthy books By the way my review of Divergent Brillenschlange 11: Das Abschiedsheft is right over hereAnd my review of the final bookn the series Allegiant Neoliberalism’s Fractured Showcase: Another Chile is Possible is here The size of my disappointment probably has something to do with why I can t bring myself to award this two stars I know Divergentsn t really a great book the dystopia makes no sense the Dauntless are ridiculous people who jump off trains to prove themselves but for me The Great Alaska Nature Factbook: A Guide to the State's Remarkable Animals, Plants, and Natural Features it was still a wildly entertaining read It was fast paced full of action Tris was delightfully kickass and the romance between her and Four complemented the main story without overtakingt Insurgent failed on all of thoseNormally I might put A Conspiracy Of Decency: The Rescue Of The Danish Jews During World War II it down to middle book syndrome and carry on with book three anyway but not this time Even though no time passes between the end of the first book and the start of this one Tris and TobiasFour feel like completely different characters and thiss an nconsistency I can t forgive Whatever happened to tough Tris who made difficult decisions and put survival above all else She has disappeared and n her place Empowered Participation or Political Manipulation?: State, Civil Society and Social Funds in Egypt and Bolivia is a heroine uite like the majority of other young adult romantic heroines Triss now solely concerned with Tobias and their relationship angst I lost count of how many pages were filled with their make out sessions and melodramaTobias also seems to have changed a lot than his name I really liked his character Malik and Medina: Islamic Legal Reasoning in the Formative Period in Divergent I found him to be sweet kind and a little mysteriousndeed Time in Marx: The Categories of Time in Marx's Capital in this book he was the only mystery However he has been replaced by someone whos aggressive always frowning and freuently yells at Tris He used to be so cool even Trotsky’s Challenge: The ‘Literary Discussion’ of 1924 and the Fight for the Bolshevik Revolution in a crisis so what the hell happened I couldn t even begin to believen a story where the characters had changed so dramatically without logical reasonPlus there s also the whopping great fact that nothing actually happens Okay so let me be honest I read the first 300 pages and then I skim read the rest So I suppose that t s entirely possible that I missed something really good t couldn t have saved the novel for me anyway but I m just saying that Women, Leadership, and Mosques: Changes in Contemporary Islamic Authority its possible In those first 300 pages though nothing happens People sit around talking about their problems and what they should do Tris repeatedly remembers her parents I know she s upset but can t we move on to the current drama Tris thinks about Tobias obsesses about Tobias worries about Tobias tries to solve the mystery that Korea's Quiet Revolution: From Garrison State to Democracy is TobiasBasically the first 100 pages go something like Tris and Tobias make out Tris thinks about where they should go from here Tris and Tobias make out Tris and Tobias talk about where they should go from here Tris and Tobias make out Tris thinks about h 45 starsWhen I first read Divergent I was awed I lovedt and I really enjoyed Women, Leadership, and Mosques it However there was this small part of me that just cannot acknowledge that this series could be like most reviews had said leveled with The Hunger Games I don t know there was something I need to see or feel for me to be completely convinced thatt Dragon Raja 5 is worth comparing to THG or say thatt could be as great as THG And well great job Veronica Roth because Insurgent just had me convinced that this series The Battle for Spain: The Spanish Civil War 1936-1939 isndeed fcking AH MA ZING I was floored I can certainly say now that this series could be leveled with not just THG but other really great dystopian novels as well I was so happy this seuel didn t become a filler book or that Heartswap it didn t suffer on the second book syndromen which most second novels Sweetness: Southern Recipes to Celebrate the Warmth, the Love, and the Blessings of a Full Life in a trilogy tend to be I was surprised to realized that throughout the book there were so many things that actually happened so many discoveries and things learned I thoroughly enjoyed the parts where we get a look on each faction It was fascinating andnteresting to see how they work and learn their beliefs and principles and ways of living I saw the good and the bad Gender at the Border: Entrepreneurship in Rural Post-Socialist Hungary in each of them theirssues and flaws and realized how much their world were twisted seeing how Theres a Goat in My Coat it limited their people to have their ownndividuality With her grief over the loss of her parents and her guilt over Will s death Tris went through an ntense emotional roller coaster ride Her regrets and remorse from what had happened drove her to make thoughtless and careless decisions and actions Which Made Me Ache made me ache her but also drove me pretty crazy and frustrated me a bit It was understandable and believable though especially after all that had happened and obstacles they were still facing With all those emotional suffering she d been through she was still an amazing and admirable character a really brave and strong willed heroine In the end she was able to find her way and realized the right things she has to do TobiasFour I saw a lot of different sides of him n this book His usual cold and aloof facade he wear most of the time was gone He showed a lot of emotions Cruel Crossing: Escaping Hitler Across the Pyrenees in this one and he d been open regarding his feelings I saw a frustrated Four a vulnerable Four a regretful Four but also a very loving and caring Four and boy did I falln love all over againWhat I also loved so much Mardi Gras: Chronicles of the New Orleans Carnival in this book was how Tris and Tobias s relationship was handled It was very real believable and mature I love thatt showed how Lo Que el Pueblo Me Dice it was to have a relationshipn a situation were too many obstacles conflicts emotional baggages were thrown It wasn t easy and t wasn t always beautiful But they were still able to overcome t The downside of Mackie's Law it helped established their relationshipnto a much stronger and Constructing Marxist Ethics: Critique, Normativity, Praxis in depth one I was touched by. T verhindern dasshre gesamte ehemalige Fraktion ausgelöscht wird Doch viele mussten Islamic Legal Thought: A Compendium of Muslim Jurists ihr Leben lassen Mit den Überlebenden haben Beatrice undhr Freund Tobias sich zu den Amite geflüchtet Aber auch dort sind si. ,