Book Review: Insurgent by Veronica 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 in their own hearts. You will never know them, but sometimes you decide to trust them.
One word to describe this book: HYPE.
Alright, why did I say hype? You’ll find out.
Divergent is practically one of the most coolest YA dystopian books that people loved last year. It was so highly credited and almost everyone is reading it mainly because the story is cool, and the plot and idea was so unique it made you realize and think that this concept of Veronica Roth is really cool. I must read it. You should.
To the huge success of this book, Insurgent was now one of the anticipated books next to Divergent. We are all itching to what the next chapters will imply, all the thrill, the romance and all the jam-packed action we’re all going to experience while we read it. For me, yes it was good. But here’s the thing; the ending was a killer.
Ok, the ending made me excite to read the next book. So its becoming frustrating. You can say that because you’ve been left hanging and it made you feel that you’ll miss half of your life if you haven’t read the next novel.
I must say I loved Divergent more than I love Insurgent, because in this book, I can feel all the tension and the story becoming more vivid and kinda empty at the next chapters, but once you get hooked, you’ll never put the book down.
You’ll feel the hype as Tris tries to break free and become who she really is and safe her factions and the world as well, while struggling to understand more as to why she is utterly a Divergent.
Read the book. 4 out of 5 stars.
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