The third and final part of Veronica Roth’s Divergent series is Allegiant. As Tris and Four try desperately to escape the clutches of the Erudites, they must move beyond the protective wall that encloses Chicago. It will be the first time ever that either of them have left the confines of Chicago, the only city they have ever known, leaving behind the only family they have ever known, but it is a necessary trip, one they must make to find a peaceful solution to the unsettled city they leave behind.
Once they leave Chicago it becomes quickly apparent that there is a massive, larger than any of them, shocking truth that has been hidden from them their entire lives. Who can they trust? It is a risky decision to make, but they have to put their faith in someone as the world beyond the wall erupts into a battle that threatens the very fabric of humanity.
Now is the time for Tris to embrace her courage, to sacrifice for those she loves and decide where her allegiance lies.
Whilst the Divergent series is akin to The Hunger Games, Maze Runner and other titles that have captured the world’s attention of later, it would be more accurate to say that these books are more of a combination of everything good in the stories set in dystopian future. Roth’s expertly written tale leaves you turning page after page, connecting with the characters on a fundamental level, making you feel part of their world.