Blood Price (Review)

Of all the vampire books I’ve read, this is the only one I’ve seen so far that’s written by a Canadian. (I’m not counting Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series, because vampires only feature peripherally.) It was nice to read a story set in my own city, with landmarks and places that I recognized.

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Allegiant (Review)

Coming after the crazy events of Insurgent, it would be hard for this book to compare in terms of straight-out action. It simply cannot. Instead, Allegiant goes a step further in exploring the backstory behind the factions, and even more. Roth explores the mythology behind her dystopia in this book, and Tris and the others struggle to make sense of everything while trying to save the city – and the people – that they love.

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Divergent (Review)

I put off reading this book for a long time because it was so popular. I know, that’s weird, right? But I have this thing against reading series when they’re new and saturating the discussion. It just feels like they’re getting more than enough attention already, so why should I buy into the hype?

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