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David gives Tris her mother Natalie 's journal detailing her life before Chicago: she was a refugee from Milwaukee who joined the Bureau and became a volunteer to stop Erudite's killing of Divergents; those rescued include Amar and Tori's brother, George.
Tris is skeptical of the plan, albeit jealous of Nita. Tris stops Nita's rampage by holding David hostage before wounding and arresting her. Tris is appointed a council member, and realizes that the Bureau supplied Erudite with the simulation serums that controlled Dauntless in the invasion of Abnegation. Security footage reveals that Marcus Eaton , banished by Evelyn, is working with Johanna to steal the factionless' weapons, which Evelyn will counter by releasing the death serum.
Tris learns that David intends to release serums capable of erasing memories on the population to save his experiment. She formulates a plan to release the memory serum on the Bureau while Tobias, Christina, and Peter, with Amar and George's help, return to Chicago with antiserums for Christina and Uriah's families.
Tobias, with his own plan to inject his mother with a memory serum, confronts her, asking her to avert the war in exchange for becoming his mother again. Evelyn agrees, and negotiates peace with Johanna and Marcus, exiling herself for two years while Marcus vows never to lead Chicago.
Tobias gives the memory serum to Peter, who intends to start anew. Caleb volunteers to expose the memory serum, a suicide mission, but Tris replaces him. She successfully repels the death serum, but is shot by David.
Dying, Tris sees visions of her mother embracing her, before succumbing to her wounds. In a deep depression, Tobias is about to drink the memory serum to erase his memories of Tris until Christina stops him.
Uriah's brother, Ezekiel "Zeke" , and his mother, Hana , are with Uriah as his life support is unplugged. Two and a half years later, Chicago is reopened and rebuilding, where people coexist regardless of gene purity.
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Tobias, now an assistant council member under Johanna, welcomes Evelyn back from her exile. Exploring him and his choices and his assumptions about the world was incredibly interesting to me.
I got flashes of the Four I loved, but he was so mired down in all of his weaknesses that reading his portions of the book was really hard. He is the one that was so mad at Tris in the last book for lying, and he is the one that told her at that he should trust her and not hide things from her.
But, what happens? He has Major Issues. However, I knew that about him already.
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We already watched this struggle with the need to do something to make the world better and also the need to protect Tris and be a good man in the face of incredibly difficult choices. We spent a book watching him deal with his feelings for his mother and father, even if we never watched him deal with those things from this point of view. It was wrenching, but it made him grow. This Four is broken. He has lost all of the defining elements that made him Four. He is weak and indecisive and insecure and, most surprisingly of all, irrational.
Here, his decision makes no sense. He barely knows Nita.
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Why is he not working with Cara and Christina and Tris? Why is he not asking that they be involved? It made no sense to me, even in context of losing his identity. And then, his actions and his part in this plan are ignored?
There are no consequences aside from the fact that Uriah is unconscious and ultimately dies. That entire plot point just seemed pointless. Tris is going to be plenty mad about Four being so stupid already; Four is going to feel plenty guilty about acting like a completely naive hayseed without Uriah having to eat it.
Then the issue became about Uriah instead of why on earth he made this ridiculous decision and what he was feeling. After this incredibly boneheaded and uncharacteristic decision? I did not understand his motivations. I did not understand the personality he suddenly exhibited. It felt like he was simply moving forward the plot instead of being Four.
Plus, he spends all of Allegiant being broken down and we never really see him built back up. The Plot This plot was repetitive.
In Insurgent, we have to overthrow the tyranny of Jeanine Mathews. In Allegiant, we have to overthrow the tyranny of Jeanine Mathews 2. It is the same struggle. Of course, on one level that makes sense. Tris is chasing this problem up the chain. I did appreciate that aspect. The pacing was an issue. It was slowed considerably by the excessive amount of info dumping and also the dual points of view. It also felt formulaic. And yet, even with the repetition and the predictability and the deus ex machina moments, this plot was a confused mess and most of it was completely unnecessary to where we went.
And good lord the ending of no sense. The holes in this plot were insane. Tris wants those people to know the truth and be free. Her grand solution? Wipe the memories of the bureau instead. Erase their memories of genetic prejudice.
We know there are antidotes to basically every serum, from the death serum to the truth serum. If they inoculate the people in Chiacago, then David and the Bureau can't wipe their memories.
At the very least, this seemingly obvious solution buys them time to figure out what the hell to do. The memory serum is intended to allow the two groups in Chicago to come to an agreement. How on earth does giving Marcus the serum help that goal?
Evelyn will still remember that he beat her. Evelyn will still remember that he beat Tobias. Marcus is just a power hungry dickwad, that's fundamental to him like knowing how to breathe. Of course, knowing this, we also know that Four is never going to give his mother the memory serum.
What is completely unbelievable in the end is that Evelyn - the same Evelyn who has proven herself to be a dictator and a tyrant, who abandoned Four, who lied to Four, who tried to push away the only person who has ever supported Four and believed in him in his entire life, the same person who has been motivated by nothing but hate of the factions with seemingly little thought to her son - is magically made reasonable by love of her son.
And, of course, they go out and shake hands with Johanna and Marcus gets his just desserts because everyone knows he is an evil scumbag bent on power and everything magically works out fine despite the fact that people were rioting in the first chapter and the rest of the factionless are just going to forget their anger because they love Tobias Meanwhile, back in the compound The Message? But still, I hoped I was wrong.
I wanted to be wrong. Every single book Tris goes off to do some sacrificial act to save the people she cares about.
That is basically all she does in Insurgent. And what is her lesson at the end of Insurgent? She wants to live. We know she is. I hated it. Oh, so Tris points a gun to your head to make you give you the backpack? And you believe her?I did not learn anything new about Cara, Christina, or Uriah.
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Page 23 This is clearly supposed to be far into the future - at least seven generations?