I read Allegiant by Veronica Roth a year ago. However, tonight I was remembering my most memorable book experiences, and my memories with reading Allegiant stood out most in my head. I wanted to see if you all had the same reactions to what was going on in the books. If you can relate, please comment down below!
In the Beginning:
I read Insurgent about a year before Allegiant came out, and I totally forgot half the characters and what was happening. Saying I was lost is an understatement.
When This Completely Different Plot Than I Expected Started Emerging:
When Her Relationship With Four Was Going Downhill:
I was devastated! I loved their relationship in Divergent, and then Veronica Roth completely turned it around during this novel. But no matter how many issues the author imposed upon them, this ship is unsinkable.
When That Steamy Makeout Scene Between Four and Tris Began:
FINALLY! It’s about time!
When Uriah Died:
Why did they have to kill that person off? I LOVED HIM. HE WAS ONE OF MY FAVORITES. MY HEART IS A DELICATE THING, VERONICA ROTH.
When Caleb Was Decided to Die:
A part of me was like:
But, there was a part of me whose gut wrenched painfully when Tris decided to let him die. I know that he betrayed her several times, but he’s still her brother, right?
When Tris Takes Caleb’s Place:
WHY?! I feel bad for Caleb, but I care for Tris too much to want that to happen. I had grown to love Tris, and she became a role model for me. FOR ONCE, CAN YOU NOT TRY TO BE A HERO? FOR THE SAKE OF MY SANITY.
When She Survives the Death Serum:
Thank the heavens.
When She Gets Shot:
The author isn’t out of her mind. She wouldn’t kill Tris. She wouldn’t do that to her main character. She couldn’t….right?
When Tris Dies:
I was in denial after I finished reading that chapter. I convinced myself that didn’t happen, and it wasn’t until the next chapter that everything dawned on me and I was like:
I was in a sobbing mess, sitting on my bed as I tried to stop the tears. THIS IS WHERE I DRAW THE LINE.
When Four Tries to Erase His Memory:
You poor, poor thing. It physically hurt me to have to read about his pain. WHY?!
Well, I hope you enjoyed that. If you have any interesting experiences while reading or need to vent about all the emotions running through you because of a book, comment down below! Thank you for reading!