Divergent Series 3-Book Box Set: Divergent, Insurgent, Allegiant Hardcover – Box set, 22 October 2013
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All three books in the #1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy are available boxed together for the first time! Perfect for gift givers, collectors, and fans new to the series, the box set includes:
- A specially designed slipcase
- Hardcover editions of Divergent, Insurgent, and Divergent #3
- Bonus booklet! "The World of Veronica Roth's Divergent Series," a forty-eight-page booklet including Faction Manifestos, a Faction Quiz and Results, a Q&A with Veronica Roth, playlists, discussion questions, series inspirations, and much more!
Divergent: One choice can transform you. Veronica Roth's #1 New York Times bestselling debut is a gripping dystopian tale of electrifying choices, powerful consequences, unexpected romance, and a deeply flawed "perfect society."
Insurgent: One choice can destroy you. Veronica Roth's second #1 New York Times bestseller continues the dystopian thrill ride. As war surges in the factions all around her, Tris attempts to save those she loves—and herself—while grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love.
Divergent #3: The explosive conclusion to Veronica Roth's #1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy reveals the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of readers in Divergent and Insurgent.
About the Author
Veronica Roth lives near Chicago with her husband. Roth is the # 1 New York Times bestselling author of Divergent, Insurgent and Allegiant.
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- Publisher : Katherine Tegen Books; Box Pck Ha edition (22 October 2013)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 3 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0062278789
- Reading age : 12 years and up
- Item Weight : 1 kg 910 g
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 13.97 x 22.23 cm
- Country of Origin : USA
- Best Sellers Rank: #552,812 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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IT IS A MASTERPIECE!
THE WRITING STYLE IS ELEGANT.
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It does, admittedly, take a while before you fully grasp everything and wrap your head around the information you are and aren’t given.
The first few chapters are a little bit of a drag for many readers as the author talks about events and factions as if you already know what they are; but once the book gets going, boy do it get going!
Tris (Beatrice) Prior is a bit of an annoyance. Roth tries to write Tris’ character by adding selfishness or possible cowardice laced into the pages, but as many readers know, authors don’t write characters, the characters write themselves.
Having said that, this book is an amazing read and Roth has really outdone a lot of books out there on the market.
For me, Divergent is the beginning and ending of Tris and Four’s story.
The second book, ‘Insurgent’ suffers from second book syndrome, however, the self-pity and the feel you get of wanting to slap the protagonist in the face doesn’t last that long in the second book, it’s over pretty quickly and the book comes to life.
The third book, ‘Allegiant’ is a bit of a let-down, with the ending worse than that of the ‘Hunger Games’. This is my opinion. (No offence to anyone!)
It hurts me to say this about the Divergent Series because Divergent and Insurgent are both really great books and the third book had such potential to make one of the best trilogies I have ‘ever’ read. Sadly, the ending was the biggest let down.
However, Divergent is and always will be one of my favourite books.
Roth has written a book which has action, romance and that all great dystopian factor. This is one of the best books I’ve read this year, and the film is just as good. (I don’t say this about many books, but the film is as good – if not even slightly better than the book. But if you see the film, you have to read the book first, or you’ll be slightly lost).
This is defiantly a great book and I recommend this to anyone looking for a great read. If you love romance, action, twists and turns and a good dystopian read, then this is the book you need to get your hands on.
(And for those out there, who have no idea what I’m talking about when I say ‘dystopian’;
Dystopias are often part of a fictional universe. Dystopian novels are usually set in ‘caged’ settings – though not always – and the government or something close to an acting government are usually involved. The world we live in now, is usually no longer the same and there is most of the time a backstory. The backstory usually explains how the shift in control came to occur, with the end result being changed societal norms or a government now run by corporations, totalitarian dictatorships or bureaucracies.)
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I really enjoyed the first two books. The third book however, was hard to follow as it was written from Four's perspective as well as from Tris's perspective. I had to keep going back to see which was which... especially if I had to put the book down for a minute. (My husband thought the same). Also, I hated the ending of this series, which makes me understand why the third book was written the way it was, but still...
The films have been released and don't closely follow a lot of the main storyline and I can understand why having read the books following Divergent' s release to the cinema.
The characters are likable and you can relate to their adolescent thoughts and actions however, the child-like attitude towards their 'relationship' is tedious and could be avoided considering a lot of major details about the war and life outside the fence is being neglected as a result.
Tris's character was nothing but annoying in the second book due to the constant repetition that she just wanted 'to scream', 'and then scream', 'so I screamed'...in every single paragraph - we get it!
It's much more interesting than I have made it sound 😀, and if you enjoyed the Hunger Games, you will probably enjoy this, provided that you keep an open mind about them not being the same.
I wouldn't bother with the film though, pretty dire casting of both Tris and Four, which is a shame.