Allegiant is the final book in the Divergent trilogy, and wraps up the events that occurred in the previous book. This is the slowest book in the trilogy, in my opinion, but the build up to the end is unexpected, and definitely leaves an impact on the reader. This book showcases a wide range of emotion from the characters, and is a rollercoaster to read about. The only thing that I'd criticize is the changes of point of view. POV changes can get confusing, and is something that isn't my cup of tea personally. This book was a good conclusion to the series, and overall, the trilogy was entertaining to read and experience. 
- @loona of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Allegiant is the last book of the Divergent series, ending all loose ends in Tris' life as well as the systematic restrictions of the faction system. The series itself had always been a favourite of mine, and it didn't disappoint. Allegiant was the most heart wrenching out of all three books (also the Four spinoffs, if included). While the book didn't come with its fair share of flaws, the overall writing and characters made me overlook it all. Throughout the book, you keep questioning the character's hard decisions as morally balanced, constantly putting yourself in their position to see what you would do. In my opinion, if a book can get you thinking and questioning, it's a good book. This is definitely a series you'll want to look into. 
- @Spectacles of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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