I was actually warned about reading this book. There were so many people who said I wouldn't like how it turned out. But, being the rebellious person I am, I decided to figure for myself whether or not I would like it...and guess what? It actually turned out to be my favorite in the entire series.
After my bad reaction toward Tris's actions in the second book, I was kind of hoping that she would redeem herself in my eyes with this one. And she did, but I found myself feeling badly toward Tobias this time around. He just annoyed me a little bit. It just seemed as if his insecurities began to get the best of him. I mean, he was always a bit insecure, but in this book it was magnified tenfold. Obviously I still really like him as a character, but it just rubbed me the wrong way how he just abandoned everything he was at the drop of a hat just because someone told him he wasn't "perfect".
All in all, I found this to be a bittersweet, yet perfect end to a series I must admit I almost didn't read almost two years ago. Many thanks to my Kindle for recommending it. And a HUGE round of applause to the author and her team for a wonderful job.