If you're a fan of Divergent, like I was until a few days ago, you should steer clear of Allegiant, the third and final book of this dystopian trilogy. I'm not really a fan of sad endings, but if the book is good enough, I can take it (like "The Fault in Our Stars"). Not so with Allegiant, I felt like the death of Tris was pointless and I can't imagine what was going through Veronica Roth's head. A lot of us read fiction as an escape from the imperfections of the real world, when it comes to fiction we don't expect realism and don't want it. I agree with most other reviewers: read the first two books and imagine your own ending. I realize this isn't really a review of the whole book, but the end. For a more in-depth review check out Erin Morgan's review on amazon, She says It all with eloquence. What did you think of Allegiant?