Allegiant  - Veronica Roth I did not like this book at all. It drives me crazy when authors kill of a bunch of characters in a series. I get killing off some of them. But out of all the kids Tris was friends with during the first book, only Christina survives. Will and Al die in the first book. Marlene and Lynn die in the second. Uriah dies in this. And what was the point of killing Tris? Caleb was a character that was perfect to take the risk. He screwed up and this was a way to make it up to his sister after everything he did. Why did she take it from him? It was pointless and ridiculous to end the series like that.
My main problem with the book though was not the all the character deaths. My main problem was most of the book seemed a lot like[b:The Death Cure|7864437|The Death Cure (Maze Runner, #3)|James Dashner|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1303997647s/7864437.jpg|11022464]. A good chunk of the book was too similar for me.
The parts of the story that were different were kinda ridiculous also. Four's mother abandoned him when he was a kid, with an abusive father. I have a hard time believing that all of a sudden, Four is her first priority. She already proved that she took care of her self above anyone else, it seemed contradictory to have her put him first now. Even in the second book, his mom was using him to reach her goals.
I really like the first two books and hate that it ended this way.