It certainly took me a while, but I finally finished the last book in the Divergent trilogy. In the beginning, it was somewhat boring,(Which is why I deducted 1/2 stars) but I knew since it's Divergent, it would get more interesting. And interesting it did get! I loved how they switched back and forth between Tris and Four's point of views, it really let you see into Four's mind and how he felt and what he thought about everything that was happening. It had about the same amount, if not more, of violence as Insurgent did. I was definitely not expecting a certain person who died in the end to die, and I think that's why some people didn't enjoy this last book. Some people just don't like surprises. But me? I love them when it comes to stories, and Allegiant certainly had the surprises. While I was reading it, the message that came across to me was this: No matter how much pain you endure in life, you can't let it control you and take over completely. You have to eventually learn to forgive and forget, and let go, and continue to live your life. To me, this was the best book in the whole trilogy, and I can't wait to see how they incorporate it into a movie.