"The truth is what I make it. I could set this world on fire and call it rain."
I was almost ready to give up on this one in the beginning. I felt like this story had been done so many times already - the dystopian world, the unprivilaged youth, being chosen for something greater that doesn't have the 'fairy-tale' ending that it was suppose to, the love triangles. After having just read The Selection, I didn't know it I would read the same story again. But, I kept reading and it started to grow on me. The characters seemed a lot more dynamic and I started to really enjoy the world that Aveyard had created. It was... different somehow. It wasn't perfect, but it definitely kept my interest and left me wanting to read more. A lot of the plot twists also really surprised me - which is always a plus!