This was definitely my least favorite of the series. The two POV's were too similar (I actually switched to the audiobook to keep them straight, which was PERFECT). Before I switched to audio, I kept having to refer back to the beginning of the chapter to see who was talking. This doesn't happen very often to me when reading dual/multiple POV's. Also, I just didn't connect with this book like I did with Divergent. I think there was too much info (that wasn't that interesting) and not enough action/romance/interesting info. I mean, it was ok....but it wasn't the awesome I'd grown accustomed to. There was still a lot of bickering between Tobias and Tris, which I get, but it's kind of annoying to read.
The second half of the book got much more interesting and intense, however, and I found myself getting sucked back in. It's funny because everyone is upset about the ending, but to me, it fit. I don't think it HAD to happen like that, but I thought it was consistent with the character's established personalities, and frankly, I thought some of the characters were kind of dumb to NOT see it coming.
In the end, I feel kind of detached from it. I still love Divergent, and this didn't change that, but Allegiant, sadly, will not be a favorite. I can't wait to see what Veronica has in store for us next, though!