So I read it. It was awesome.
When I got it, I couldn't wait to start reading it. It sounded like a book that I would like. I sat down and read it in two days.
I told you it was awesome.
Another thing I hate is when I finish a great book, and then I don't have the next one. Time for a trip to Barnes and Noble. We went to Barnes and Noble, and I got the next book, Insurgent, right away. I couldn't wait to start reading that, and I just finished it last night. At about 12:30.
Some people might say that if you've read one futuristic book, you've read all of them. I obviously don't believe that. Though some of them are very similar, there are lots of differences in them too. Especially in Divergent. And Insurgent. They were different. I thought it was really cool how they were based in Chicago, so when they said the names of streets or buildings, I knew where they were. I find it better to read a book when I can see where it takes place.
Like I said, I just finished Insurgent. It's obviously not the end of the series. Or at least I hope not. If you've read my other blog about reading, you'll know that I don't like when a series is unfinished. Now I have to wait for the next book to come out, and that leaves time to forget details, read other books, or mush the story with other books I've read and get confused. Then I might have to re-read the first two, which I really don't like. There's no fun in that. Even if it was a great book, there's no suspense in reading what you knew was going to happen.
My point is, I can't wait until the next book comes out. And I hope the next book is as good as the first two, because Divergent and Insurgent were awesome.